Researchers have found a way to implement visible light communication in a practical lighting system — by reducing interference with a novel light source.
The modules are tailored for integrated and concurrent positioning and wireless communication needs.
The sensor projects a wide square field of view of 45° x 45° (65° diagonal) and receives reflected light to calculate the distance of objects up to 400 cm away.
The CHA8612-QDB is a gallium nitride on silicon carbide, radio frequency power amplifier operating between 7.9 and 11 GHz.
The product has been designed to be compact and is useful for E-band ground station applications where performance is critical.
Purpose-built for service providers and network builders delivering mission-critical services, the scale and capabilities of the routers make them suitable for smaller/distributed IP edge locations.
A new collaborative project is aiming to provide the earliest possible warning and accurate location of lightning strikes at the greatest risk of starting a fire.
The product contains a power-efficient, multiprotocol radio suitable for long-range communication using licence-free frequency bands reserved globally for industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) applications.
Cybersecurity company Forescout has released an analysis of 21 newly discovered vulnerabilities within OT/IoT routers and open-source software components.
Telecom company Spark has announced a milestone of one million IoT connections for Bluecurrent's (formerly Vector Metering) smart electricity meter network.