MORNSUN has announced the TDx21D485x, TDx21DCANx and TDx22DCAN compact CAN and RS485 transceivers, which assist fast signal response in power grid industries, industrial control and instrumentation.
Sequans Communications and STMicroelectronics have introduced CLOE, an LTE-connected tracker platform. CLOE combines the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies of both companies into one comprehensive platform that simplifies the development of LTE-based IoT tracker devices for the full range of vertical markets, including logistics, consumer electronics and automotive.
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.