The market for automotive chips is an increasingly crowded field. And most major chip manufacturers, including Intel and Qualcomm, are trying to translate their success in personal computers and smartphones into car electronics...
According to the United Nations, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050, leading many—from engineers to political leaders—to concentrate on developing smart-city initiatives.
Multiple standards cover the range of requirements for the myriad applications targeting the burgeoning Internet of Things.
Part 3 talks about new features in BLE v4.2 that increase data bandwidth, reduce power consumption, and enhance privacy and security, and how they impact performance.
Oct 20, 2016
Sponsored by: Texas Instruments
A huge opportunity exists for wireless charging in the highly automated connected factory of the future, as battery power becomes a key factor in many related applications
The spectrum shortage has service providers, government agencies, and even wireless designers scrambling to come up with workable solutions.
In the second part of this article series on Bluetooth Low Energy 4.2, we talk about privacy and security features and how they impact system performance.
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