Power, price, security, and easy deployment could lead IoT companies to adopt iSIM over eSIM and plastic SIM cards.
The RW612 and K32W148 from NXP add processors to bring application processing on-chip, reducing complexity through fewer parts and using less board space in smart home devices.
Targeted at IoT applications, the reduced-capability in 5G will support a wide range of devices and applications that don’t need high speed, but do need low latency and high-reliability. 5G’s real promise comes not from mobile phones, but from industrial and business applications where network operators hope to recover the huge investments they’ve made in…
Benetel’s RAN650 operates in the n77u band, which covers CBRS and other private network frequencies. It’s compliant with O-RAN fronthaul specifications.
Have you ever had to transition someone from a flip phone to a smartphone? Things you instinctively know how to do become obstacles. Fortunately, you can talk to a smartphone rather than just talking through it. With 3G heading into sunset, some cellphone users will need to upgrade to LTE or 5G before their phones…
The LENA-R8 and LARA-R6 modules from u-blox connect devices to LTE networks, helping to minimize the impact of 2G and 3G shutdowns.
The Calliope 2 GC02S1 module from Sequans lets you take advantage of wide coverages for IoT devices with data rates to 10 Mb/sec. Sequans Communications series of Cat 1 IoT modules based on its second generation, LTE Cat 1bis chip, Calliope 2, are now available. The Calliope 2 GC02S1 low-cost, low-power, IoT-optimized modules that support…
The SC-RF2-5Gn78 from CommAgility combines 5G PHY and protocol stacks with the hardware and I/O you need to develop an indoor 5G small cell.
Engineers must consider these design tradeoffs when choosing data storage for embedded, IoT, and network equipment. 5G’s higher data rates adds another factor to the mix.
Pasternack’s PE15S70xx variable-gain RF amplifiers bring output power up to 48 dB, depending on model.