The Fibocom FM160-NA adds 5G, 4G, and 3G wireless connectivity to IoT devices.
The latest symposium took a turn toward business use cases at the expense of the usual technical talks, with speakers saying that use cases should drive the technology. Through most of 5G’s development, conference topics generally focused on the technologies such as the radio and network technologies. With much of that settled, talk moved to…
Technologies such as gate-all-around FETs and neuromorphic analog memory will increase speed and reduce power consumption in the chiplets that control artificial intelligence of things devices and systems. While 5G provides improved speed to consumers, it’s the industrial, automotive, infrastructure, and IoT applications that make 5G stand out. These applications will need IoT devices that…
LTE and 5G private networks are not yet plug-and-play. They still need the engineering touch to solve business problems, said Cradlepoint’s Todd Krautkremer and Donna Johnson.
As more industries rely on wireless devices, sensors, and artificial intelligence to connect people and machines, private networks bring the potential to enable more advanced IoT applications while increasing security, bandwidth and speed.
At the 2021 (virtual) IEEE Microwave Symposium, the industry looked at where wireless is going and how it will get beyond 5G.
The AirLink XR90 router from Sierra Wireless lets tablets and equipment connect to the cloud through cellular or Wi-Fi networks.
Two conferences, held at the same time, covered mostly the same topics.
IoT devices with low data rates can use LTE bands around 450 MHz to get long range even when installed inside buildings with the u-Blox SARA-R540S module.
The 5G mid-band spectrum offers a compelling balance of capacity and coverage necessary for new applications and use cases.