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Articles Tagged with ''connectivity''

TI's new Sub-1 GHz solution spans 20 km on a coin cell

Texas Instruments (TI) announced the availability of the next device in the SimpleLink™ ultra-low power platform, designed to help customers easily add ultra-low power, long-range connectivity to their IoT designs. The new SimpleLink Sub-1 GHz CC1310 wireless microcontrollers (MCUs) offers up to 20 years of battery life for building and factory automation, alarm and security, smart grid and wireless sensor network applications.


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Qorvo's newest 802.11p solutions drive wireless car connectivity

Qorvo® Inc. announced two new 802.11p solutions optimized for high-performance networking in the connected car. Qorvo's 801.11p power amplifier (PA) enhances car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication, analysis and data exchange, helping manufacturers to develop 802.11 systems and applications that enhance automotive safety and improve the driving experience.


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ViaSat receives first Supplemental Type Certificate for in-cabin distribution system

ViaSat Inc., a global broadband services and technology company, has received its first Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the FAA for its in-cabin distribution system. This is the first of two significant STCs ViaSat expects to obtain with respect to in-flight entertainment and connectivity, with the second STC anticipated in Q1 2016 for its hybrid Ku/Ka-band antenna system.


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Gore and Kontron collaborate on next-gen airborne digital networks

 As the passenger demand for quick and easy access to in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) increases, aircraft IFEC systems need to provide faster data transmission over longer distances. W. L. Gore & Associates and Kontron – a global manufacturer of embedded computer modules, boards and systems – are working together to successfully meet these growing demands. 


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Ericsson, Sony Mobile and SK Telecom trial IoT wearables over LTE

 The Internet of Things, or IoT, is driving new use cases for wearables, including lifestyle and wellness apps, requiring more diverse device support on mobile networks. With cellular networks already covering 90 percent of the world's population, consumers expect their wearables to benefit from the same ubiquitous connectivity as their feature phones and smartphones. To address growing consumer demand and the proliferation of such new IoT applications, EricssonSony Mobile and SK Telecom are testing and trialing new device and network innovations to support secure and ubiquitous LTE network connectivity for new lower cost, lower power IoT devices. 


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