u-blox has introduced a service that offloads the position calculation from IoT devices into the cloud, enabling positioning of even the simplest IoT devices with the most constrained computing, communications and energy resources.
Galileo has developed the OSNMA anti-spoofing service, which allows secure end-to-end transmission from Galileo satellites to OSNMA-enabled GNSS receivers.
The ZED-F9T-10B and LEA-F9T-10B timing modules are designed to deliver the nanosecond-level timing accuracies required to synchronise cellular network base stations and smart power grids.
Researchers employed terahertz waves from the 300 GHz band as an information carrier that allows for the wireless transmission of uncompressed, 8K UHD video.
Renesas Electronics has introduced a 60 W wireless power receiver, the P9418, to deliver fast wireless charging experiences for smartphones, laptops and notebook devices in a high power-density solution.
Avalue Technology has launched the RENITY ARTEMIS indoor positioning system for real-time tracking and tracing analysis.
The u-blox M10 is an integrated GNSS platform for ultralow-power, high-performance positioning applications such as sport watches or asset and livestock trackers — all in a compact format and with a long battery life.
Available on both the u-blox SARA-R4 and SARA-R5 series of LTE-M cellular IoT modules, the service makes it simple to protect data from malicious third parties, both on the device and during transmission from the device to the cloud.
Designers requiring longer uptime for industrial automation applications can accelerate troubleshooting and communicate across large networks with the MAX33012E controller area network (CAN) bus transceiver and the MAX33072E RS-485 half-duplex transceiver from Maxim Integrated Products.
The 15 W wireless power receiver enables smartphones, power banks and portable industrial and medical equipment to wirelessly charge other mobile devices and accessories that also have wireless charging capabilities.