The SX128x half-duplex radio frequency (RF) transceivers are able to withstand heavy interference and transmit over long ranges. The 2.4 GHz transceivers integrate time-of-flight functionality for a broad range of RF and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Designers of Industry 4.0 applications can now achieve robust communications and reduce power dissipation with the MAX14819 dual-channel, IO-Link master transceiver from Maxim Integrated Products.
Bosch, Geo++, Mitsubishi Electric and u-blox have announced the creation of Sapcorda Services, a joint venture that will bring high-precision GNSS positioning services to mass market applications.
The WHILL Model C wheelchair features cloud connectivity based on a 3G cellular module from u-blox.
KlikR is a simple and small Bluetooth tile that turns any iOS or Android smartphone or tablet into a remote control for nearly all home infrared-controlled devices, such as TVs, DVD players, cable boxes and even air conditioners.
The Mornsun TD3(5)01MCANFD series CAN transceiver modules promote data transmission rate to 5 Mbps with isolation of 2500 VDC.
The hardware on Microsemi Corporation's TimeProvider 5000 IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) grandmaster clock has been updated to support Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and multi-Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) constellation to ensure better reception and higher security in a wide variety of telecommunications network applications.
NI has announced a series of 28 GHz radio heads for the mmWave Transceiver System. The combination is said to create the first commercially available full transceiver of its kind that can transmit and/or receive wide-bandwidth signals of up to 2 GHz of bandwidth in real time, covering spectrum from 27.5 to 29.5 GHz.
Motion-sensing and data-processing chips from STMicroelectronics are helping to increase family safety in the Snowfox trackerphone, a two-way portable communication device with locating capabilities that is designed for children and seniors.
The u-blox UBX‑M8230‑CT global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver chip cuts power consumption to 20 mW at one position update every second.