Every chip and OEM device manufacturer now building components and solutions for the Internet of Things, especially wearable and battery-powered devices, faces a performance and power paradox challenge that is driving the need for a new type of low-power processor.
Every chip and OEM device manufacturer now building components and solutions for the Internet of Things, especially wearable and battery-powered devices, faces a performance and power paradox challenge that is driving the need for a new type of low-power processor....More
The desire to further increase data rates in cellular networks is one of the biggest motivations behind today’s ongoing 5G research. Deployment of 5G networks will likely occur well into the future (think 2020), but engineers are researching 5G technologies today....More
Well-established principles, appropriate protocols and ciphers, and the randomness inherent in the physics of thermal noise add up to fortify systems to ensure they are both secure and efficient....More
Today’s medical, alternative energy, and defense markets continue to drive innovation. Government and private research institutions at home and abroad all are developing new technologies that promise to revolutionize these fields and perhaps contribute to your own design work.
Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions’ Parvus DuraMAR 5915 rugged IP router will find homes in IP networking and networking technology refresh and situational-awareness applications in naval/civil vehicle/aircraft installations....More
Lockheed Martin Advance Technology Center (ATC) and NASA are developing SPHERES robots for the International Space Station. The robots will be controlled by astronauts in space and operators on the ground....More
Within the general thrust of implementing small-cell outdoor cellular networks, backhaul is seen as one of the technical and economic barriers to deployment. Wireless backhaul technologies seemingly have the capabilities to cost-effectively overcome this barrier....More
Texas Instruments’ SimpleLink CC2592 range extender provides up to a 7x improvement in range when paired with the company’s 2.4-GHz low-power RF solutions for ZigBee, 802.15.4, 6LoWPAN, and Bluetooth low energy....More