Category: Telecommunication

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Blockchain Applications in Telecommunication

Piotr Jurowiec on Oct 26, 2018 New blockchain applications emerge every day. Many companies are now looking into implementing it and utilize all the usefulness that it brings. Blockchain is one of the new technologies that deal with peer to peer data connection and gives an open, decentralized network to use. Powered by consensus algorithms…
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Tiny, fast, accurate technology on the radar

APRIL 18, 2019 by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology A tiny, portable radar device could allow visually impaired people, or unmanned moving devices to detect objects in real time. Radar technology has been used for decades in aviation, defense and speed-camera technology. Now, a team at KAUST, in collaboration with scientists at the…
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Millimeter-Wave Sensors Enhance Factory Safety

Lou Frenzel on Apr 02, 2019An unexpected single-chip device finds a new application, offering intelligent object detection to provide high-accuracy occupancy data and collision avoidance in industrial settings. When you think of a sensor, you probably don’t think of millimeter-wave (mmWave) radar. Now, though, you can add mmWave radar chips to your mental archive along…
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Wi-Fi 6 vs. 5G: Why Trying to Pick a Winner is Missing the Point

Cees Links on Apr 02, 2019 Will 5G push Wi-Fi into obscurity? Wi-Fi pioneer Cees Links looks at the shifting landscape as these technologies advance, and declares who should be the ultimate winner. It seems that with every new cellular phone standard, the buzzards start circling over Wi-Fi. 3G was going to make Wi-Fi (802.11b)…
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New PAN4620 Series IEEE® & Bluetooth® Module

February 28, 2019 PAN4620 Series IEEE® 802.15.4 and Bluetooth® Low Energy Module—Panasonic’s New Internet Of Things, Dual Mode Mesh Networking RF Module! Introducing Panasonic’s NEW PAN4620 Series RF Module! The PAN4620 Series is Panasonic’s Internet of Things Dual Mode RF Module comprising NXP’s Kinetis KW41Z SoC – a 2.4 GHz 802.15.4 and Bluetooth® Low Energy wireless…
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PAN1762 Series Bluetooth® 5.0 Low Energy RF Module

October 18, 2018 Panasonic’s New Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy RF Module Based On The Toshiba TC35680 Single-Chip Controller Introducing Panasonic’s new PAN1762 Series RF Module, the PAN1762 Series is Panasonic’s Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy RF Module based on the Toshiba TC35680 single-chip controller The new Bluetooth 5.0 features with the PAN1762 Series enable a higher symbol rate…
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Qualcomm brightens 5G future with modem, antenna module news

FEBRUARY 20, 2019 by Nancy Cohen, Tech Xplore Good timing. Just ahead of Mobile World Congress (Feb. 25 to Feb. 28), Qualcomm on Tuesday announced its next-gen 5G modem and a new mmwave antenna module. They said the modem “extends the company’s 5G and 4G leadership with comprehensive modem-to-antenna solution. “This next-gen modem is dubbed…
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Galaxy S10 Plus-bound? Samsung officially reveals 1TB storage chip for smartphones

By David Lumb on Jan 31, 2019 Samsung has officially introduced a 1TB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) – in other words, the first terabyte-sized native storage solution that’ll likely make its way to mainstream phones. Presumably, this will include the company’s upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship device, which will be unveiled in less than a month. More…
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A new low-latency congestion control for cellular networks

January 21, 2019, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Heavy traffic on narrow roads could be one of the leading causes of traffic congestion, which also applies to communication networks. If more data is collected than the allowed data capacity can accommodate, communication latency results. This has a devastating effect on 5G-based internet services…
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Improving industrial network communications

by MICHAEL BOWNE on JANUARY 5, 2019 Selecting a Profinet interface may enhance industrial network communication for devices. Courtesy: PI North America Integrating an industrial communication interface into an automation device begins with gathering information to determine the industrial network’s functionality along with familiarization about the task at hand. Development tends to be faster for…
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