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The wireless microcontrollers by NXP Semiconductors integrate multiprotocol mesh networking Completes IoT wireless portfolio that includes Bluetooth LE, Thread, Zigbee and WI-FI communications NXP Semiconductors has introduced a new family of ultra-low power, multiprotocol wireless microcontrollers (MCUs), the...
Consumes low-power and robust Its wide voltage supply range allows implementation for a various battery-powered IoT applications Skyworks Solutions’ SKY66404-11 is a high-performance 2.4 GHz front-end module (FEM) that has been designed for Zigbee, Thread and Bluetooth (including Low...
In this video, the presenter will be having a look at the buzzing/noise problem that a cheap Bluetooth music receiver can create. He will be dealing with why a buzzing problem can occur and how we can fix it. Courtesy: GreatScott!
A VR glove that can be used in conjunction with a VR headset, has been created which promises to deliver a better workforce training and skillset development  It is always a good practice to prepare oneself before carrying out...
This password protected bluetooth based remote control operating at 2.4GHz frequency can be used to control robots, home appliances, machines, etc. Here we have used the secure remote to control a war robot that has three motors, one of...
Thalwil, Switzerland – October 3, 2017 – u‑blox is announcing the launch of its full Bluetooth 5 compliant NINA-B3 wireless MCU (microcontroller unit) module. Featuring Bluetooth low energy long range connectivity, high data transfer rates and supporting Bluetooth mesh...
HONG KONG, CHINA - Media OutReach - Oct 3, 2017 - Southco Asia Ltd., a subsidiary of Southco Inc., a leading global provider of engineered access solutions such as locks, latches, captive fasteners, electronic access solutions and hinges/ positioning...
Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard invented by Ericsson in 1994 for exchanging data over short distances using short-wavelength UHF radio waves (Range: 2.4 to 2.485 GHz) from fixed and mobile devices. This is in the globally unlicensed (but not unregulated)...
Ever since Bluetooth 5 was made official last year, the IoT community in India has been buzzing with the new wireless connectivity trend. However, the technology is still yet to catch-up in India. Now, in a bid to expose to...
Conventional Bluetooth is well past universal applicability. Remarkably though, a dash of smartness may transform the way we use the technology. Back in its time, Bluetooth was a pioneering technology that showcased the possibility of connected devices. Yet it struggled...