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  1. John Donovan Digi-Key With more and more consumer, medical, and industrial devices communicating wirelessly, the so-called Internet of Things (IoT) is set to explode over the next several years. Many, if not most, of these devices will be ...
    27-05-2014
  2. Lou Frenzel Electronic Design Part 1 WirelessHD WirelessHD is based on the 60-GHz technology originally developed by SiBEAM, which Silicon Image acquired in 2011. The original specification became WirelessHD. It is maintained and promoted by the ...
    23-03-2014
  3. Lou Frenzel Electronic Design Technology finally makes millimeter waves practical to use, enabling the continued growth of wireless communications before we run out of spectrum. Millimeter waves occupy the frequency spectrum from 30 GHz to 300 GHz. ...
    17-03-2014
  4. Part 1 NFC Applications NFC has many potential uses. However, the primary target application is mobile payments. Instead of using a credit card, customers at stores and other venues will use their NFC-embedded smart phone as the payment device. ...
    08-02-2014
  5. Lou Frenzel Electronic Design Soon, smart phones will include near-field communications (NFC) wireless technology so they can be used like keys or credit cards. Users simply wave their phone near an NFC reader, or tap it, and the devices exchange ...
    06-01-2014
  6. Stephen Evanczuk, Electronic Products Digi-Key A tire-pressure-monitoring system (TPMS) provides early warning of abnormal tire pressure or failure. Used separately or in conjunction with other vehicle electronic systems, a TPMS serves an essential ...
    11-07-2013
  7. Stephen Evanczuk EDN Don’t throw out your mouse or abandon your touchpad just yet, but traditional human-machine interface devices that rely on two-dimensional, x-y positional information could soon share your desktop or phone with a coming ...
    19-06-2013
  8. With a sub-2.3ms latency, Dutch developer Systec Designs claims its 'stageClix' wireless guitar jack which employs Nordic RF technology is the lowest latency digital wireless audio adapter of its kind available in the world and is actually superior ...
    Audio · Wireless » Systec Designs » stageClix, stageClix Pack
    09-01-2013
  9. While most people don’t give much thought about how goods are tracked and end up on store shelves in places like Walmart, a senior electrical engineering student at NDSU has been doing just that in his undergraduate research experience. Fargo ...
    01-11-2012
  10. Stephanie Overhoff, Maxim Integrated Products Today’s communication systems like wireless base stations make strong demands on receiver sensitivity and large- signal performance. This article focuses on mixers, and describes key mixer ...
    RF · Wireless » Maxim » MAX2029
    02-11-2011
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