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How 5G will Impact IoT and Mass Connectivity
Date: May 29, 2019
Location: Webinar
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The future of the Internet of Things means billions of devices must communicate with servers on the internet, and with each other. Security and connectivity will be paramount. Explore our resources to stay up to date with security and connectivity trends and technology.
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Finding the Best Wireless Option for Your IoT Design
March 6, 2017
The Internet of Things (IoT) relies on a facile communications framework able to move data easily between embedded "things" and systems located at higher levels of the IoT hierarchy. For designers, a diverse set of wireless connectivity options provi
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6 reasons why startups choose Bluetooth for their projects
October 29, 2019
See the pros and cons of the current Bluetooth protocol (Bluetooth 5.0) and determine if it’s the best for your current implementation.
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How wireless communication protocols make or break designs
November 11, 2018
The design process includes many critical decisions for engineers, such as which wireless communications protocol to use.
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How the Deaf Experience Music—Then and Now
November 8, 2018
When you think of experiencing music, what comes to mind? The sound. But sound is vibrations—and the key to how Avnet created a wearable to allow deaf and hard of hearing people to listen to live music.
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3 Lessons for Hardware Creators from a Desert Music Festival
September 25, 2018
When a creator has a big idea, they often need a big partner to help them make it happen. Music: Not Impossible was no exception.
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Meeting Next-Generation Automotive Design Challenges
April 2, 2018
As the automotive industry advances toward Level 5 fully autonomous vehicles, automotive engineers will have to continue driving more functionality out of vehicle subsystems that deliver safety, infotainment, and other features.
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Key Design Considerations for Selecting the Right RF Antenna
March 16, 2018
Know when to choose standard, when to go custom.
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VGAs Manage, Optimize RF Signal-Chain Ranging
December 18, 2017
The variable-gain amplifier (VGA) is a critical part of the RF receiver signal chain. Its function is to solve the problem of received RF signals having more dynamic range than the analog-input circuitry can accommodate.
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3 levels of Qi testing
November 14, 2017
See how the Qi Sniffer and Qi Certified Product Testers can help you test and certify your Qi products.
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Will HaLow Open the Door for More Intelligent Systems?
March 7, 2017
Reporting on the recent announcement of the “long-awaited Wi-Fi HaLow standard for products incorporating IEEE 802.11ah wireless networking technology,” Jim Hunter of Tech Crunch explains why this new standard may pave the way for more connected
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