• Bluetooth Low Energy Smart Applications with Bluetooth Mesh

    Bluetooth Low Energy Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) was originally introduced in 2004. It was introduced in the Bluetooth 4.0 spectrum as a replacement for Bluetooth Classic. Its adoption has largely been driven by IoT. Like Bluetooth Classic, BLE utilizes frequency hopping wireless technology in the 2.44 GHz radio band to ...
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    Type A Locking USB Connector

    USB connector Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectors have become ubiquitous to modern society. They can be found in one or more devices that we interact with daily. Their popularity has not been limited to homes and offices only. USB connectors have become very popular in the industrial setup too. However, ...
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    How to Future-Proof Your IoT Infrastructure

    The dilemma Buyers are often concerned that what they buy today may become technologically obsolete tomorrow. This worry is further heightened by the fact that IoT solutions have high initial cost and is disruptive. IoT solutions as they are today are still immature point solutions and addresses emerging use cases ...
  • Understanding Linear Regulator and its Benefits

    Linear regulator Linear regulators form the basic building block of power supplies used in many electronics today. Despite DC/DC converters being efficient linear regulators are a preferred choice for many designers. Linear regulators are low cost, demand few external components and there is no switching to generate noise. Linear regulator ...
  • Secure IoT Device Communications with a Single Chip

    IoT Security The IoT landscape is increasingly becoming aware of the need for security, IoT developers are facing increased demands for tighter security. IoT security is more than just secure sessions underlying secret keys and secure messaging. However, an intact security chain is complex to design and implement more so ...
  • Different Types Of Motors And Their Use

    Motor Motors impact almost every aspect of our lives. They are found in smartphones, microwaves, washing machines computers and lifts among multitudes of other devices and appliances. Motors are electromechanical devices that convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. They convert electrical energy into rotational energy. Principle of operation When a ...
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    Wireless Sensor Networking Products

    Wireless Sensor Networks A wireless sensor network (WSN) is a group of specialized transducers which use sensors placed in diverse locations to monitor physical conditions. A WSN system is composed of multiple sensor nodes that are small and light hence portable. Each system is a has a gateway that provides ...
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    How to Combine High and Low Voltages

    Voltage Combination Low voltage is often preferred in many applications but there are applications that require high voltages of up to hundreds of volts. This includes applications like haptic devices, print head drivers, scientific instruments, specialized sensors and piezoelectric motors. This makes the combination of low and high voltages inevitable. ...
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    Nector M Power System from TE Connectivity

    Making Buildings Smarter Buildings are getting smarter by the day. They intelligence to sense, anticipate, illuminate and react is getting better every passing day. The increased urbanized and rising environmental concerns are pushing the demand for state-of-the-art buildings that are able to provide total comfort, convenience, and control. NECTOR M ...
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    How to Quickly Implement Standard Wireless Charging System

    Wireless charging Wireless charging has certainly been a huge sensation in the mobile industry despite the hits and misses witnessed since inception. Its recent incorporation in the iPhone 8 and iPhone X gave it a fresh lease of life and brought this technology back to the attention of engineers and ...