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.
The B-L462E-CELL1 Discovery kit from STMicroelectronics lets you add cellular connectivity to your IoT device before committing to designing in the modem. When adding cellular connectivity to an IoT device, you’d like first to demonstrate the ability to connect to a cellular network and transmit data. With the B-L462E-CELL1 Discovery Kit from STMicroelectronics, you can…
5G Technology World interviews Harald Remmert of Digi International on connecting IoT devices over cellular networks. See the video.
5G extends its scope beyond consumer to many new vertical and enterprise markets. Thanks to its flexibility and improved performance, 5G opens the door to many industrial applications.
The SiT5008 from SiTime goes to 60 MHz, draws 3.5 mA, and features a standby mode.