Research institute Fraunhofer HHI who pioneered the development of LiFi has announced the successful completion of the BMBF-funded OWICELLS project, with a...
Wolfspeed has added LDMOS and GaN HEMT product offerings that enable smaller systems with greater reliability and efficiency. The company's recent...
Samsung NEXT, the group helping to transform Samsung by working with entrepreneurs and innovators to build, grow and scale software and services, launched the...
Sharp Japan revealed it has developed a transparent NFC antenna that can be built into a device's display, turning any display into a payment and...
Mouser Electronics, Inc., is now stocking the nRF52840 multi-protocol system-on-chip (SoC) from Nordic Semiconductor.
Silicon Labs has released new software options for its Wireless Gecko portfolio, enabling simultaneous sub-GHz and 2.4 GHz Bluetooth Low Energy (LE)...
Intel (Santa Clara, CA) says its researchers have begun testing a new "spin qubit" chip - said to be the company's smallest yet - for quantum...
Researchers at MIT (Cambridge, MA) have developed a wireless smart-home system that can monitor a person's movements from the other side of a wall.
Rogers Corporation has introduced MAGTREX™ 555 laminates, the first product in a new platform of high impedance laminates featuring a high permeability and...
Arm has acquired Glasgow-based Stream Technologies, a leading connectivity management technology provider, for an undisclosed sum.
In this Q&A, Lance Uyehara, Senior Director of Product Management at Dali Wireless discusses the issues and challenges facing 5G networks.
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