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  • Keys to connectivity
     → 2012 Resource Guide
    Intelligent networking technologies advance the Internet of Things - Q&A with Tom Barber, Director of Marketing, Silicon Labs

    Intelligent networking technologies advance the Internet of Things - Q&A with Tom Barber, Director of Marketing, Silicon Labs

    Jennifer Hesse (Managing Editor)
    Tom Barber of Silicon Labs discusses the Internet of Things (IoT) and the wireless embedded technologies poised to deliver a truly connected world.

    WiMAX
     → January 2006

    Easy WiMAX designs with FPGAs

    Brian Jentz (Altera); Deepak Boppana (Altera)
    An FPGA-developed WiMAX system, using the new IEEE 802.16e standard, can provide mobility to the end user while meeting the manufacturer’s speed, flexibility, integration, and time-to-market challenges.

    NETWORKING: 6LoWPAN
     → Summer 2007

    Secure, low-power, IP-based connectivity with IEEE 802.15.4 wireless networks

    David Culler, PhD (Arch Rock)
    6LoWPAN has helped scale down IP sufficiently for use in wireless embedded networks.

    Networking
     → November 2008
    Is the gap still important?

    Is the gap still important?

    Don Dingee (Editorial Director)
    The difference between networking and not working is one letter and a gap left to close.

    Consortia
     → March 2009
    Smart standards for wireless technologies

    Smart standards for wireless technologies

    Staff (OpenSystems Media)
    Spotlight on the IPSO Alliance and the ZigBee Alliance

    Keys to connectivity
     → 2012 Resource Guide
    Enabling security and adaptability in industrial networking modules - Q&A with Shaye Shayegani, Senior Field Applications Engineer, Lantronix

    Enabling security and adaptability in industrial networking modules - Q&A with Shaye Shayegani, Senior Field Applications Engineer, Lantronix

    Jennifer Hesse (Managing Editor)
    Speaking with Industrial Embedded Systems, Shaye Shayegani of Lantronix explains why wireless technology and cloud environments necessitate device-side and user-side security considerations for industrial automation equipment.

    wireless power
     → Nov/Dec 2013
    Alleviating the battlefield battery burden with wireless power

    Alleviating the battlefield battery burden with wireless power

    Jeff Muhs (WiTricity Corporation)
    Wireless power, a new technology already poised to change the way we recharge everything from smart phones to electric vehicles, has the unique potential to transform war fighting of the future and alleviate the battlefield battery burden for both soldiers and manned and unmanned vehicles on land, ... [read more]

    FPGAs
     → November 2005

    FPGA technology fueling Software Defined Radio

    Deepak Boppana (Altera)
    With the proliferation of wireless standards, including wide area 3G, 2.5G, and local area 802.11 networks, future wireless devices will need to support multiple air-interfaces and modulation formats. Software Defined Radio (SDR) technology enables such functionality in wireless devices by using a r... [read more]

    Keys to connectivity
     → 2012 Resource Guide
    Future-proofing and technology selection: Maximizing the value of M2M for industrial applications

    Future-proofing and technology selection: Maximizing the value of M2M for industrial applications

    Mike Ueland (Telit Wireless Solutions)
    Deployed M2M applications have needs such as reliability, uptime, wide cellular coverage, and long lifecycles, that must be addressed during the design process.

    Smart Energy
     → August 2014
    Integrating wired and wireless outdoor lighting control in smart cities

    Integrating wired and wireless outdoor lighting control in smart cities

    Sanjay Manney (Echelon Corporation); Vijay Dhingra (Echelon Corporation)
    Outdoor lighting is a crucial part of any smart city implementation. In addition to fulfilling their primary purpose of casting light onto dark roadways, parking areas, and public spaces, modern commercial outdoor lighting systems also are expected to reduce energy consumption, improve safety for bo... [read more]

    Top Embedded Innovators
     → June 2014
    2014 Top Embedded Innovators: Jinwen Xiao, Design Engineering Director, Wireless Microcontroller Products, Silicon Labs

    2014 Top Embedded Innovators: Jinwen Xiao, Design Engineering Director, Wireless Microcontroller Products, Silicon Labs

    Monique DeVoe (Managing Editor)
    Jinwen Xiao is the engineering director for microcontroller (MCU) and wireless products at Silicon Labs where she leads the circuit design team developing the next generation of energy-friendly, ARM-based 32-bit MCUs, wireless transceivers, and wireless SoC devices for Internet of Things application... [read more]

    Market projections
     → Winter 2006

    Wireless in industrial systems: Cautious enthusiasm

    John Morse (IMS Research)
    One to two years ago, Ethernet grabbed most headlines in industrial networking, but that appears to be a done deal. Wireless is now the next big thing – or is it?

    Consortia
     → February 2009

    Wireless networking technology expansion

    Staff (OpenSystems Media)
    Spotlight on the RF4CE Consortium and WiMAX Forum

    Wireless
     → April 2015
    White paper: The Next Generation Wireless Data Acquisition Solution with TSMP Technology

    White paper: The Next Generation Wireless Data Acquisition Solution with TSMP Technology

    Staff (Advantech Corporation)
    Wireless Data Acquisition solution with Time Synchronized Mesh Protocol (TSMP) technology, a networking protocol that forms the basis of reliable, ultra-low-power wireless sensor networking, for commercial, industrial and medical applications.

    Wireless
     → Summer 2006

    Software-Defined Radio architecture for communications test

    Spencer Stock (National Instruments)
    It seems that a new wireless or communications standard is introduced each day. Although this is not true, the list of wireless and communications standards is rapidly growing. In this article, Spencer and Ron explain the advantages of devices that support multiple communications standards, and wher... [read more]

    Market projections
     → March 2001

    Market horizon expands for mobile wireless services

    Wireless products and services, and wireless location-sensitive services that combine new wireless and Internet protocol (IP) technologies seems poised for rapid expansion into both the consumer and business markets.

    Wireless
     → December 2009
    White Paper: High performance PSK demodulator in FPGA for wireless communication receivers

    White Paper: High performance PSK demodulator in FPGA for wireless communication receivers

    Dr. Chun-Mei Kang (Innovative Integration)
    Innovative Integration has developed a high performance baseband B/Q/8PSK demodulator that works at symbol rate up to 1.4MSPS and locks within 50 msec.

    Unit Under Test
     → May 2008

    Real-world Certified Wireless USB testing

    Onno Harms (LitePoint Corporation)
    Before designers break out the champagne, they must weigh the realities of wireless USB pricing versus the costs of calibration and testing.

    High availability
     → December 2010

    Demand for open source service availability solutions elevates

    John Fryer (SA Forum)
    Telecom equipment manufacturers including Ericsson are adopting implementations of the SA Forum AIS to streamline development, speed time to market, and cut expenses.

    Wireless
     → Spring 2005

    Safe and mobile? Adding mobility to your wireless device without sacrificing security

    Roger Boden (Interpeak)
    In this article Roger offers a general overview of security in the wireless arena, commonly known as Wi-Fi security. He begins with Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP) and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA). Scalability issues that confront Wi-Fi security will be examined. The mechanics of today’s advanced... [read more]

    Software
     → May 2006

    Enabling security in industrial wireless sensor networks

    Mitch Blaser (Certicom)
    Public-key, Elliptic-Curve Cryptography promises to aid in securing wireless sensor networks.

    Wireless
     → July 2002

    Integrated fault and performance management helps WSPs to the next generation of wireless services

    Matt Standish (Concord Communications, Inc.)
    Wireless Service Providers (WSPs) need to stay ahead of problems that can cripple third-generation wireless networks. To do so, they should deploy integrated fault and performance management software.

    NETWORKING: ZigBee
     → May 2005

    Industrial-strength security for ZigBee: The case for public-key cryptography

    Mitch Blaser (Certicom)
    While the popular image of wireless networking usually features cell phones, PDAs, and laptop computers, there are all manner of other devices for which wireless networking presents great advantages. These devices are programmed to perform specific tasks or provide specific information accurately an... [read more]

    Wireless
     → Winter 2006

    Monitoring industrial conditions with long-range wireless technology

    Christophe Dugas (Coronis)
    Advanced sensor and wireless technologies enable manufacturers to perform preventive maintenance and reduce repair-related downtime.

    Wireless
     → Fall 2004

    An optimized security platform for wireless handhelds

    Roy Pereira (Certicom)
    Wireless technology has become a critical communications tool for many organizations where it is used to handle private and often sensitive information. Obviously, that information has to be protected, making security an essential requirement for wireless and other resource-constrained devices. T... [read more]

    Wireless
     → Summer 2003

    West Point cadets go wireless

    Sean Keohane (SMC Networks)
    This article discusses the West Point cadets going wireless academy-wide.

    Wireless
     → May 2009 HyperMag

    IP-based networks level the playing field

    Geoff Mulligan (IPSO Alliance)
    Using IP as the communications protocol simplifies the design and testing of a wireless sensor network.

    Wireless
     → Winter 2006

    Managing wireless across the industrial enterprise

    Ian McPherson (Apprion)
    Manufacturers today need an overarching, enterprise-wide framework to manage and optimize multiple wireless systems.

    Wireless
     → November 2006

    Mobile cellular communication: not just for people

    Peter Fowler (Siemens)
    Mobile M2M communications via wireless modules open numerous opportunities for greater connectivity.

    Security
     → July 2007

    Safeguarding wireless devices

    John Asahina (Silex Technology America)
    Wireless embedded computing devices are actually small computer systems, so they are potentially as vulnerable to security threats as Windows PCs.

    Wireless
     → June 2005

    Using remote upgrades to increase revenue and decrease costs in wireless base stations

    David Gamba (Xilinx)
    The 3G rollout is now in full force and will be driving new data service requirements that will enable wireless operators to stem their ARPU decline. David argues that base station designs will need to offer more flexibility to meet the increasingly technically complex requirements for delivering ne... [read more]

    SCA
     → October 2014
    Wireless Innovation Forum contributions to SCA 4.1

    Wireless Innovation Forum contributions to SCA 4.1

    Lee Pucker (Wireless Innovation Forum)
    Successful deployment of Software Communications Architecture version 2.2.2 (SCA 2.2.2)-based software defined radios has identified improvements to be made to advance the technology further. The Wireless Innovation Forum is working in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense Joint Tactical... [read more]

    Data logging
     → Resource Guide 2008
    Wireless loggers self-adjust temperature monitoring data

    Wireless loggers self-adjust temperature monitoring data

    Ana Carmona-Rodriguez (Gemina Data Loggers)
    Many different data logging technology providers are stepping up their efforts to ensure that temperature and humidity monitoring is as flexible as possible in every application.

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