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IoT spans from consumer apps such as smart homes, connected cars and wearables, to industrial apps covering energy systems, agriculture, mining, transportation, healthcare and more. This complimentary poster maps the …

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aricent internet of things

Managing the communication needs of IoT devices is a work in progress. There are a number of short-range and long-range wireless network protocols — Bluetooth, BLE, Zigbee and LoRaWAN, to …

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This white paper explains how Sequans’ Single-SKU technology works through a design technique that eliminates the need for surface acoustic wave (SAW) filters in the radio front-end architecture of an …

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  Security issues around IoT edge devices are rarely mentioned in literature, however, the projected billions of IoT edge devices out in the wild makes for a vast attack surface. …

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The news provides a stream of reports that factory workers will be replaced by robots due to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).  But actually, IIoT is transforming the way …

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Keysight Technologies

Accurate modeling of NB-IoT design is vital to understand the complex analog and digital components of the communication system and the overall device behavior. Now you can explore RF transceiver, …

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While Linux is becoming the preferred platform for embedded solutions, a key challenge for developers is to balance the pressures of shorter development sprints without compromising security.  Learn how SUSE …

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The benefits for enterprises in deploying successful Internet of Things solutions are potentially huge: cost savings, new income streams, efficient business processes and happier customers. However, when it comes to …

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Current IoT communication solutions on cellular systems require too much power and cost for many of IoT’s applications. Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) offers lower cost and lower power consumption for a …

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To address our rapidly approaching, hyper-connected future and the unprecedented demand on current 4G wireless networks, researchers at the University of Bristol and Lund University set out to test the feasibility of massive …

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