A discussion of the basic link budget model, key antenna specifications impacting link budget, and examples that can optimize link budgets.
How to use compact SMDs passive components to build smaller and lighter antenna arrays while simultaneously enhancing gain and beam forming capabilities.
Specifying a passive radio frequency identification (RFID) asset tracking system is complex with uncontrolled conditions to consider during transport/storage.
Commercial vehicle parameters need to be monitored to prevent failures of such vehicles and extend the life of the vehicle.
How to simplify and future-proof multiband wireless designs using antennas spanning 600 to 6000 MHz to support 3G, 4G, and 5G links.
Use the platform and projects from the InnovateFPGA Design Contest 2021-22 as inspiration for how to connect the edge toward a sustainable future.
How to quickly and simply prototype IoT connected devices using the B-L4S5I-IOT01A Discovery IoT Node from STMicroelectronics.
Use multi-constellation GNSS receivers in position-based applications to provide better availability of PNT signals to increase accuracy and reliability.
How to simplify the execution of IoT OTA firmware updates on Espressif Systems’ ESP32 microcontroller and associated modules and ESP-IDF.
How to apply an extensible development kit and software ecosystem to dramatically simplify rapid prototyping of battery- powered Bluetooth IoT designs.
Use Microchip Technology’s EV15R70A kit to quickly and securely connect Wi-Fi enabled IoT nodes to AWS for control, monitoring and data analysis.
Wireless technologies that support Industry 4.0 are based on cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and IEEE 802.15.4 standards and protocols.
Modeling communication structures and identifying the right protocol for a particular application can be daunting.
Using professional debugging tools and techniques for IoT devices, designers and hobbyists alike can greatly reduce development time.
IoT connects physical devices, allowing them to interact, collect and exchange data. There are many ways these devices can communicate wirelessly.
Remote microcontroller debuggers connected over Wi-Fi can greatly simplify programming and firmware debugging for multiple industrial SBCs.
A specialized processor and software library offer a simpler, safer alternative for face-based authentication.
Digi-Key Electronics takes great pride in having one of the industry’s largest varieties of parts in-stock and ready for shipment on the day an order is placed.
Voltage controlled oscillators vary their output frequency proportional to an input voltage and find use in PLLs, radar, communications, and electronic music.
With an understanding of their purpose, designers can make good use of coaxial adapters, a very useful component with broad applicability.