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posted in June 2013
Wearable Computing: Let's Get It On
6/28/2013   28 comments
Today's smartphones will lead to a generation of wearables, but developers, including those behind Google's Project Glass, face plenty of challenges first.
Intel joins A4WP wireless charging group
News & Analysis  
6/24/2013   4 comments
Intel joins Qualcomm- and Samsung-backed A4WP consortium and gets a seat on the board of directors.
Qualcomm plugs wireless charging into cars, desks
News & Analysis  
6/21/2013   19 comments
Qualcomm licensed Gill to sell its wireless charging technology based on the A4WP spec into products for cars and office equipment.
NFC transponder hardware simplifies Bluetooth and Wi-Fi pairing
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6/20/2013   Post a comment
TI's kit brings a secure, simplified pairing process for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections to products, such as printers, speakers, headsets, and remote controls, as well as computer peripherals.
Sensor network designs win IoT contest
News & Analysis  
6/7/2013   3 comments
A wireless door lock sensor, a universal LED driver for streetlights and an energy-harvesting current sensor won an Internet of Things contest.
IMS 2013: 5 hurdles in high-speed and microwave
6/7/2013   Post a comment
From cross talk to power integrity--high-speed and microwave designers air shared challenges in IMS workshop.
Reference design: One volt Bluetooth Low Energy advertise-only beacon
Design How-To  
6/5/2013   1 comment
Communicate one way. Bluetooth Low Energy advertise-only mode is used here in low-cost a beacon device.
Peregrine Semiconductor PE42520 and PE42521 CMOS RF switches
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6/5/2013   Post a comment
Peregrine has set new standards of performance for high-frequency CMOS RF switches with the launch of its latest SPDT devices.
Maxim’s CEO on analog, Intel, Samsung and more
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6/4/2013   4 comments
Maxim chief executive Tunc Doluca talks about his new 90nm analog process, his integration strategy, Intel, Samsung and China. Parts Search

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What are the engineering and design challenges in creating successful IoT devices? These devices are usually small, resource-constrained electronics designed to sense, collect, send, and/or interpret data. Some of the devices need to be smart enough to act upon data in real time, 24/7. Specifically the guests will discuss sensors, security, and lessons from IoT deployments.

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