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Improving the security and performance of cloud connected devices

Improving the security and performance of cloud connected devices
Hardware-based trust anchors are key for connected applications and smart services, whether for a robotic arm in the smart factory or automated air conditioning in a private home. The new OPTIGA Trust M solution from Infineon Technologies helps manufacturers to enhance the security of their devices while at the same time improving overall system performance. 
20th August 2019

The relationship between marine electronics and WiFi

The relationship between marine electronics and WiFi
Here, Phil Whitehurst, CEO of Actisense, has offered his insights on the relationship between marine electronics and WiFi, drawing on over 30 years’ experience. WiFi is becoming more prominent throughout marine electronics. Its uses range from allowing the leisure boat user to access internet-based entertainment, through to enabling commercial ship operators to monitor navigational data away from the ship. 
20th August 2019

Energy harvesting frequencies and protocols

Energy harvesting frequencies and protocols
Due to the rising connectivity of mobile devices, industrial applications, smart home applications and vehicles, the importance of wireless technology for data communication increases continuously. Nearly every innovative and smart application benefits from wireless technology which is continuously improved and optimised. 
13th August 2019


New front-end module for WLAN and LAA

New front-end module for WLAN and LAA
Skyworks has introduced the SKY85774-11, a highly integrated 5 GHz front-end module (FEM) that supports simultaneous WLAN and licensed assisted access (LAA) protocols for mobile smartphones and tablets. This advanced module incorporates a power amplifier, low-noise amplifier with bypass, and an SPDT transmit/receive switch.
6th August 2019

Plug-and-play dongle for Android

Plug-and-play dongle for Android
RF Solutions has announced the launch of the new product, the ‘LoRaLyser’. The LoRaLyser is a plug and play dongle, which plugs into an Android smartphone/ tablet (running an-droid) and provides various graphical displays and information on RF Signals.
31st July 2019

LoRa simplifies integration into long-range enterprise IoT networks

LoRa simplifies integration into long-range enterprise IoT networks
The massive network of connected devices and sensors known as the Internet of Things (IoT) is growing at an increasingly swifter rate as new technologies provide unprecedented connectivity to more and more devices. By Jonathan Kaye Senior Director, Product Management at Laird Connectivity
31st July 2019

FirstNet ready wireless router for public safety

FirstNet ready wireless router for public safety
Digi International has announced that its Digi WR54, an extremely reliable, secure, high-performance wireless router for complex mobile and industrial environments, is now tested and approved for use on the FirstNet communications platform.
29th July 2019

Peltier cooling for refrigerated centrifuges

Peltier cooling for refrigerated centrifuges
Centrifugation is a process that separates mixtures through centrifugal force. Centrifuges are commonly used in food processing and medical research for protein, genetic and cellular analysis. In medical laboratory settings, centrifugation involves spinning medical samples at a fast rate to filter or concentrate substances based on differing densities. Dense components migrate away from the centre axis, while less dense components migrate towards the axis.
24th July 2019

Family of console access servers for comprehensive management

Family of console access servers for comprehensive management
Digi International has announced its family of Digi Connect IT serial consoles: Digi Connect IT Mini, Digi Connect IT 4, Digi Connect IT 16 and Digi Connect IT 48. These infrastructure management solutions are suitable to connect remote IT devices in the data center or to connect customer premises equipment, like routers, in a branch office with options from a single device to fully populated racks.
22nd July 2019

New 60GHz mmWave unlicensed band for gigabit fixed wireless access

New 60GHz mmWave unlicensed band for gigabit fixed wireless access
Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) has welcomed the latest recommendations by The European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations Electronic Communications Committee (CEPT ECC), which open up the 60GHz mmWave unlicensed band for Gigabit Fixed Wireless Access in Europe and pave the way for ubiquitous deployment of unlicensed 60GHz technology.
22nd July 2019


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European Microwave Week 2019
29th September 2019
France Porte De Versailles Paris
Connected World Summit 2019
22nd October 2019
United Kingdom The Business Design Centre, London
IoT Solutions World Congress 2019
29th October 2019
Spain Barcelona