The latest ranges of Alaska Ethernet transceivers are now available from Marvell Semiconductor.
Unex's SOM-301 V2X system-on-module has been integrataed on STMicroelectronics' Telemaco3P Modular Telematics Platform (TC3P-MTP).
IoTize's line of TapNLink products for Bluetooth and NFC communication allow the user to take an existing MCU application that does not have wireless connectivity and add it using only two GPIO pins and without modifying the application's original firmware.
A new electronics development platform that uses the internet to allow programming to be done directly onto a microchip is simplifying the creation of IoT and AI applications.
NetComm has revealed its 5G Fixed Wireless Self-Install technology for global network operators, designed to remove the expense of sending an engineer to the customer's premises to install an external reception antenna to receive the 5G signal.
Korean researchers have developed technology capable of sending packets of digital information at 25 Gbps — 10 times faster than currently available speeds.
MORNSUN has announced the TDx22D485H-A series two-channel 485 isolation transceiver module, to assist fast signal response in industries including power grid, industrial control, transportation and instrumentation.
Researchers have found a way to give RFID tags the ability to sense their environment, in a huge step towards mass-manufacturing smart devices that do not use batteries or require charging.
The MAXM22511 2.5 kV isolated RS-485/RS-422 module transceiver, from Maxim Integrated Products, offers the high efficiency and robustness necessary to support performance in typically noisy industrial environments.
STMicroelectronics and TomTom have announced a package of development tools in the STM32 Open Development Environment that connect directly to TomTom Maps APIs for location, tracking and mapping data services.
Have you ever noticed that the GPS location on your smartphone isn't all that smart? New research conducted at the University of Otago is about to change that.
u-blox has announced the UBX‑P3 chip for vehicle-to-everything (V2X) wireless communication based on the 802.11p standard, designed in accordance with the stringent demands of the automotive industry.
u-blox is joining forces with positioning service provider Qianxun Spatial Intelligence to deliver high-precision positioning solutions to the Chinese market.