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AC/DC power supplies deliver 15W or 20W of power

AC/DC power supplies deliver 15W or 20W of power
15W and 20W AC/DC power supplies from RECOM are designed for low power IoT and household applications. Based on the footprint of the compact RAC10-K modules, these new modules feature high-efficiency over a wide load range and minimal standby power consumption. They are available now at www.Rutronik24.com. 
16th August 2018

POE+ powered device targets high wattage IoT applications

The Si3406x Power Over Ethernet Plus (POE+) Powered Device (PD) family from Silicon Labs is available at Mouser Electronics. Integrating all necessary high voltage discrete components on a single PD chip, the Si3406x family devices reduce time to market and system cost for a variety of high-efficiency, high-power POE+ PD applications.
14th August 2018

Practical tips for 5G, blockchain and industrial analytics

Practical tips for 5G, blockchain and industrial analytics
The Internet of Things (IoT) provides companies with valuable data relating to machines, products and transportation, which can be used to gain fresh (product) insights, devise business models, and boost efficiency. The IoT has facilitated the use of technologies such as Robotics and 5G, and helped the digital transformation become a reality. 
13th August 2018


One module suits global 4G networks

One module suits global 4G networks
A 4G/LTE embedded cellular module from Sierra Wireless is available from Richardson RFPD with full design support capabilities. The EM7565 offers global 4G/LTE coverage on 24 LTE bands. It provides uplink speeds up to 150Mbps, downlink speeds up to 600Mbps, and support for carrier aggregation and 256 QAM.
2nd August 2018

Bringing the IoT community together

Bringing the IoT community together
Hardware Pioneers, a community of over 10,000 builders of IoT products, recently held its annual showcase in London, bringing together makers, entrepreneurs and startups together with some of the major technology providers in the electronics market. Electronic Specifier spoke to some of the key exhibitors.
1st August 2018

Startup develops IoT tech for remote forest monitoring

Startup develops IoT tech for remote forest monitoring
Connecting forests to the internet. This was the purpose with which Treevia was born, as one of a new generation of startups that specialise in developing digital solutions for agribusiness, known as 'agritechs'. Since its creation in 2016, the firm has been developing a remote forest monitoring system with the support of FAPESP’s Innovative Research in Small Business Program (PIPE).
30th July 2018

IoT security and privacy: Three questions to consider

IoT security and privacy: Three questions to consider
There are many questions these days surrounding IoT security and privacy, as well as to the internet overall. When we ask ourselves whether it will all be secure, the honest answer might be ‘it depends’, in the same way that life and the internet are never really fully secure. The same thing goes with privacy. By Cees Links, GM of Qorvo Wireless Connectivity BU
27th July 2018

Complete operating system for all IoT and non-IoT systems

Complete operating system for all IoT and non-IoT systems
SEGGER has introduced emPack, the complete operating system for IoT devices and embedded systems. It is delivered in source code for all 8-/16-/32-bit microcontrollers and microprocessors. emPack is optimised for high performance, and small memory footprint and easily fits onto typical microcontrollers without requiring expensive external memory, keeping the cost of the embedded computing system to a minimum.
26th July 2018

Front-end module for ISM and metering applications

Front-end module for ISM and metering applications
It has been announced that Skyworks is pleased to introduce the SKY66119-11, a high performance transmit/receive front-end module (FEM) that provides range extension for Internet of Things (IoT) applications including smart metering and Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) systems.
26th July 2018

MCUs offer security and connectivity for IoT

MCUs offer security and connectivity for IoT
The Renesas S3A1 microcontroller group, now available from Rutronik UK, is suited for all applications that require a high level of security and IoT device-to-cloud connectivity. The MCUs have been released alongside the v.1.4.0 version update for the Synergy Software Package (SSP). S3A1 devices provide a host of analogue and security features to realise a variety of embedded systems and IoT designs at a competitive price point.
25th July 2018


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IoT Solutions World Congress 2018
16th October 2018
Spain Barcelona
The Security Event 2019
9th April 2019
United Kingdom NEC, Birmingham