As electronic systems are advancing and functionality and sophistication increasing, there is a growing need for revolutionary next generation memory technologies, especially for applications requiring Big Data.
Jonathan Borrill of Anritsu looks at why LTE can’t handle the high number of devices for IoT, and why 5G and IoT specific new technologies can
Software has enabled far higher levels of functionality to be achieved in many areas. One area that is becoming more common is software defined technology: software defined radios, software defined networks. Find out more about software defined technology.
Debugging embedded systems running a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) is made simpler by the use of software tracing, which allows software events to be traced in order to monitor and better understand the code’s execution. This can be useful during debugging and optimisation.
Haptic techniques are being increasingly investigated and used as the next means of interfacing with technology - find out more about this fascinating topic and its applications.
Operators globally are realising the opportunity of VoLTE. However, its success relies on the smooth transition of legacy services to the IMS network.
Bluetooth is an ideal wireless technology. It has developed over the years and as a result it is being used in many applications, although in some cases it presents some interesting challenges.
With more systems being controlled wirelessly and over the Internet of Things, security is a key issue. A number of techniques are being used by attackers, but are the security experts ahead of the game. Find out about some solutions.
High quality voice recognition interfaces will be key to enabling the success of tomorrow’s smart connected homes
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