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This paper discusses some use cases related to the adoption of cellular connectivity technology in alarm panels and connected buildings, and how manufacturers of such devices can improve their time to market, enrich the feature set, and enhance the added values of their applications when adopting cellular and short range connectivity modules.
29 September 2017
Super-E in wearables
Find the best balance of size and performance in GNSS solutions for portable applications with Super-E.
13 September 2017
How to find the best balance between size and performance in GNSS patch antenna designs?
22 May 2017
wireless medical devices
With the advent of wireless technology in medical applications, new possibilities open up for medical diagnostic and monitoring equipment in a hospital, health care facility, or for care in the home environment.
15 September 2016
In this white paper, u‑blox shows how inexpensive patch antennas can be used to achieve centimeter‑level accuracies using the u‑blox NEO‑M8P receiver.
21 July 2016
UDR is Dead Reckoning without the need for an electrical connection to the car.
01 February 2016
This paper discusses the topic of the “last 100 meters connectivity” in systems where small devices (such as various sensors) are connected to services on a wide‑area Internet network.
09 February 2015
Bluetooth low energy
With yearly shipments of more than 10 billion microcontrollers that all can exchange information locally or through the Internet, a huge variety of so called “intelligent devices” are enabled. All these devices can be accessed over the Internet and this evolution is commonly referred to as Internet of Things (IoT)
05 December 2014
As more and more products and devices integrate global positioning as a standard feature, a performance optimized “GNSS antenna module” which combines both satellite receiver chip and antenna on the same module can be a good solution.
01 April 2014
Precision timing based on GNSS satellites is a low‑cost, reliable, and ubiquitously available reference time derived from satellite‑hosted atomic clocks.
01 December 2013
Service providers around the world are spending billions of dollars rolling out new LTE infrastructure.
01 November 2013
With the imminent deployment of European eCall in 2018, development of In‑vehicle eCall Systems (IVS) is in full swing.
01 October 2013
LTE is the latest generation mobile network technology, and the fastest growing standard in telecoms history.
01 June 2013
2013 was the year when machine‑to‑machine (M2M) communications exceeded human‑to‑human communications for the first time in history, with even more machines connected to the Internet than people.
01 March 2013
Focus on compatibility and upgradeability: In today’s electronics industry, particularly for industrial machine‑to‑machine (M2M) applications such as fleet and asset management systems, product cycles are short, typically 9 months to a year for each product upgrade cycle, with overall product life‑span lasting up to 10 years.
01 November 2012
The combination of mobile communications with global positioning, Internet and multimedia services in small, portable devices has become an accelerating industry trend, particularly for mobile resource management systems, connected automotive navigation systems and handheld consumer products.
01 February 2012
Although GPS is a widespread technology, GPS positioning is not always possible, particularly in shielded environments such as indoors and enclosed park houses, or when a GPS jamming signal is present.
01 July 2011
Increasingly dense urban environments pose a significant problem to navigation systems based on the reception of extremely weak GPS satellite signals.
01 August 2010