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Usrp B205mini-i Software-defined Radio Platform

Usrp B205mini-i Software-defined Radio Platform

A wide frequency range (70 MHz to 6 GHz) and a user-programmable transceiver The USRP B205mini-i is a flexible and compact platform that is ideal for both hobbyist and OEM applications. It is designed by Ettus Research™ and provides a wide frequency range (70 MHz to 6 GHz) and a user-programmable, industrial-grade Xilinx Spartan-6 XC6SLX150 FPGA. USRPs are transceivers, meaning that […]

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Ti’s Cc3230x Simplelink Mcus Offer Ble and Wi-fi Radio Coexistence

Ti’s Cc3230x Simplelink Mcus Offer Ble and Wi-fi Radio Coexistence

One interesting feature the Raspberry Pi has gotten us used to is having Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on the same board, and it has proven extremely useful for IoT projects that require such connectivity. But sometimes, those power hungry boards can become a burden when you need to make a device that relies on batteries as

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Single Layer Graphene getting heated by Microwave

GRAPHENE INFUSED MOST SENSITIVE MICROWAVE SENSOR

A new microwave radiation sensor with the sensitivity of up to 1 single photon, has been developed by research funded by the US Army and various pristine universities. This sensor is a microwave bolometer that can improve thermal imaging, radio communications, and RADAR by 100,000 times. The Army, in part, funded the work to fabricate this bolometer by taking advantage of

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Ultra-small Medical Implant Radio Features 2-m Comm Range

Ultra-small Medical Implant Radio Features 2-m Comm Range

Murata Electronics today announced the availability of the Type 1RM ultra-small Medical Implant Communication System (MICS) band radio module. The LBAA0PC1RMH298 is designed for use in devices with data-intensive wireless capabilities that are used to diagnose, monitor, report, and provide warnings in support of human life. Typical applications include insulin, drug, and baclofen pumps as well as arrhythmia

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A Lorawan Theft Recovery System for Stolen Bikes Using a Low-cost Dragino Lgt-92

A Lorawan Theft Recovery System for Stolen Bikes Using a Low-cost Dragino Lgt-92

Simon Kemper has published a guide for making use of the low-cost Dragino LGT-92 LoRaWAN asset tracking system to help track a bike when it’s stolen for easy recovery, while running for years on a single battery. Dragino LGT-92 is built for asset tracking across a LoRaWAN connection (a long-range low-power radio standard). The Dragino LGT-92 integrates a LoRaWAN radio with GPS-based location tracking. For

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Ts-7100 – Feature Dense Embedded Solution With Optional 2.8″ Touch Screen

A full featured, compact embedded computer with optional 2.8″ touch LCD and DIN-mountable enclosure that measures 2.4″ by 3.6″ by 1.7″. It packs in industry standard interfaces including Ethernet, USB, RS-232, RS-485, and CAN, and bunch of I/0. Make It Smaller Time and again at customer visits, Technologic Systems heard the same thing, “We love

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Next Generation Aim-tti Tgr2050 Series Rf Signal Generators Now Available

Next Generation Aim-tti Tgr2050 Series Rf Signal Generators Now Available

The TGR2050 Series provides exceptional performance with new touch screen operation for improved functionality to support research and development, test and service functions Farnell, the Development Distributor, announced the availability of the TGR2050 series of next generation Radio Frequency (RF) signal generators from Aim-TTi. Electronic design and test engineers will benefit from the small footprint and lightweight design of the

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Sozu Monitoring System Harvests Activity Energy & Runs Without Batteries

Sozu Monitoring System Harvests Activity Energy & Runs Without Batteries

A team of Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s Future Interfaces Group have developed self-powered radio tags called Sozu, which enables building-scale activity sensing, without the need for line-of-sight and at a very low cost. They claim a 99 percent detection rate and “almost no false positives.” The team of researchers includes Yang Zhang, Yasha Iravantchi, Haojian Jin, Swarun Kumar, and Chris Harrison. Sozu

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