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Skyworks to acquire smart interface innovator Avnera

Skyworks to acquire smart interface innovator Avnera
Skyworks Solutions has announced it signed a definitive agreement to purchase Avnera, a leading developer of analogue System on Chips (ASoCs). Acquisition of Avnera, a private fabless semiconductor supplier, augments Skyworks’ leadership in wireless connectivity by adding ultra-low power analogue circuits to enable smart interfaces via acoustic signal processing, sensors and integrated software.
8th August 2018

Smart single fibre fusion splicer launched

Smart single fibre fusion splicer launched
Connectivity and splicing technology company, Fujikura Europe, has announced the launch of its latest single fibre active cladding alignment fusion splicer. Designed for FTTX applications, the next-gen smart 41S splicer boasts innovative features in a compact and robust package.
7th August 2018

Smart single fibre fusion splicer launched

Smart single fibre fusion splicer launched
Connectivity and splicing technology company, Fujikura Europe, has announced the launch of its latest single fibre active cladding alignment fusion splicer. Designed for FTTX applications, the next-gen smart 41S splicer boasts innovative features in a compact and robust package.
7th August 2018


2G cellular module offers an easy upgrade path to LPWA

2G cellular module offers an easy upgrade path to LPWA
u‑blox has announced the SARA-G450, a cost-optimised 2G cellular module for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications, such as utility metering and tracking systems. Provided in the industry-proven SARA form factor, the SARA‑G450 quad-band GSM/GPRS module lets product developers easily migrate their products to 3G, LTE, or LPWA technology to meet a broad range of environmental and technological requirements.
27th July 2018

Molecular clock could improve smartphone navigation

Molecular clock could improve smartphone navigation
MIT researchers have developed the first molecular clock on a chip, which uses the constant, measurable rotation of molecules — when exposed to a certain frequency of electromagnetic radiation — to keep time. The chip could one day significantly improve the accuracy and performance of navigation on smartphones and other consumer devices. Today’s most accurate time-keepers are atomic clocks.
23rd July 2018

VPN routers turn into multi-protocol gateways

VPN routers turn into multi-protocol gateways
The latest version of the icom Data Suite, the software solution of INSYS icom for digitalisation in industrial communication, takes the protocols IEC 60870-5-104/-101 as well as Modbus Slave to the routers of INSYS icom. The professional devices do not only offer a secure connection with this, but allow also cost-optimised solutions as multi-protocol gateways between local applications and cloud or SCADA systems.
23rd July 2018

Innovative solutions enabling Smart Homes

Innovative solutions enabling Smart Homes
  It has been announced that Conrad Business Supplies is expanding its range of innovative solutions for intelligent building technology with brennenstuhl’s new smart home product line Brematic PRO.
19th July 2018

Companion specification simplifies information transfer

Companion specification simplifies information transfer
It has been announced by CC-Link Partner Association (CLPA) that they have completed a companion specification with the OPC Foundation (OPCF), to simplify the tasks of information transfer between plant systems and to provide high connectivity and interoperability. This is based on the CLPA’s “CSP+ for Machine” technology.
18th July 2018

Wireless MBUS modules targeting the Middle East Market

Wireless MBUS modules targeting the Middle East Market
Wireless communication systems based on Wireless M-Bus have proven their efficiency in terms of low power for battery operation, low operational cost and ease of installation and use. The European Standard EN13757-4, Wireless M-Bus, was developed for reading battery operated meters, such as water, gas and heat meters.
17th July 2018

Enabling connected smart homes

Enabling connected smart homes
A distributed WiFi indoor infrastructure could change our vision of how we consider the smart home and its connections to the Internet of Things (IoT). In this article, Qorvo has explained distributed WiFi, some of its design challenges and how a Pod in Every Room architecture can bring the connected smart home to life.
12th July 2018


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