How will WiGig, HaLow, White-Fi, and the other new technologies transform our wireless world?
Over 2,700 exhibitors from 50-plus countries around the world will participate in the massive electronics-technology spectacle this November in Munich.
Kwikset's Smartcode Door Lock communicates with other household devices using Z-Wave. (Image courtesy of Kwikset).The company responsible for drafting the Z-Wave home networking standard has made certain parts of the technology publicly available...
Designers face growing demands for power-saving, more ergonomic medical and consumer wearables that maintain high-precision location capability.
From the Internet of Things to 5G and LTE, we look at current wireless trends and what the future holds.
5G technology will bring ultra-low-latency, ultra-fast data rate, and massive connections that will make applications such as tactile internet a reality. (Image courtesy of ITU-T)
Procedures put forth by 3GPP in Release 9 regarding wireless E911 emergency calls involves the use of VoLTE and IMS networks, which will require new test platforms.
Though sprinkled with some high spots during 2015, the electronics industry as a whole mirrored 2014 in terms of relatively flat revenue and growth.