12 September 2016 Manish Deo Intel Programmable Solutions Group

Next Generation Memory Technology Needed for Developing Systems

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.

New memory technology for new systems
05 September 2016 Jonathan Borrill Anritsu EMEA Ltd

5G & IoT Specific Technologies to Handle High Device Numbers

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

5G and the Internet of Things IoT
29 August 2016 Mychal McCabe Wind River

Software-Defined Technology Wave

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.

Software defined technology
15 August 2016 Phil Ebbert Riedon

Thermal EMF Effect in Resistors

Resistors and in this case, precision resistors may be seen as simple straightforward devices, but their design and use is not always as straightforward as it may seem. Who knows about the Seebeck effect?

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01 August 2016 Viru Patel Tiny Green PC

Embedded PC Power Consumption: it's the software

Power consumption is a key issue in most items of electronic equipment and gadgetry - it needs to be kept to a minimum. There are ways of achieving this including the use of software.

embedded processor power saving
18 July 2016 Ian Poole Radio Electronics

Analysis of Big Data is the key to success

Big data analysis is one of the most important issues facing this new area of data collection and its analysis is often an afterthought

Analysis of Big Data is the key to success
04 July 2016 Mark Patrick Mouser Electronics

Farming 4.0 Gets Ready to Feed 9 Billion

Farming may not seem to have much to do with the latest electronic Internet of Things technology, but this could not be further from the truth as Smart Agriculture takes off.

farming 4.0 gets ready to feed 9 billion
27 June 2016 Dr Johan Kraft Percepio

Embedded systems debugging - overcoming inadvertent obstacles

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.

De-bugging embedded systems
20 June 2016 Assaf Aloni Cellmining

NFV - ready SON - making virtualization seamless

Network operators are increasing having to use network functions virtualisation to provide the flexibility and cost effectiveness required for current day networks.

Network Functions Virtualisation, NFV
13 June 2016 Mirko Bernacchi Mouser Electronics

It's Time for Haptic Technology to Catch Up with Touchscreen Advances

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.

haptic technology catchup with touchscreen
06 June 2016 Jonathan Bell OpenCloud

What's putting the brakes on VoLTE? The challenge of service parity

Operators globally are realising the opportunity of VoLTE. However, its success relies on the smooth transition of legacy services to the IMS network.

whats putting the breaks on VoLTE
30 May 2016 Joe Tillison Silicon Labs

Determining BLE Beacon Proximity is a Challenge. Here's How It's Done Today

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.

developing bluetooth BLE beacons
23 May 2016 Tim Bonnett Alpha Micro Components

How to Cost Effectively Protect Industrial Equipment from Wireless Hacking

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.

bluesnarfing unauthorised access to data on bluetooth enabled devices
16 May 2016 Armin Anders EnOcean

Smart networking in the cloud

The smart home and smart cities are now becoming a reality. For these networking is key, and the cloud is becoming a key part of this . . find out how.

smart networking in the cloud
09 May 2016 Huw Geddes Xmos

Will smart microphone voice capture see off chatbots in the IoT homes of the future?

High quality voice recognition interfaces will be key to enabling the success of tomorrow’s smart connected homes

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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.
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