The IRIS-W1 module from u-blox lets IoT devices connect over Wi-Fi an Bluetooth while supporting Thread and Matter protocols.
NXP’s EdgeLock SE051H SoC combines security protocols with the Matter Standard, which lets engineers build security into consumer devices.
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.
The IW612 from NXP lets you add three radios to IoT devices. Support for Matter provides a universal API.
Multi-chip module integrates GaN on top of LDMOS to improve power amplifier energy efficiency.
The WLAN7205C from NXP reduces the number of components in the Wi-Fi RF signal chain.
The CW641 from NXP supports the latest version of Wi-Fi while still supporting legacy versions.
CES isn’t just about the latest consumer gadgets, there’s something for engineers, too.
NXP’s Chandler, Ariz. fab produces GaN devices used in power amplifiers scross 5G frequencies, from low-band to mmWave. In this video 5G Technology Word spoke with NXP’s Paul Hart.
The decades-old technology takes on a new life by providing location precision to 10 cm, and it operates indoors.