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Monitoring Indoor Air Quality: Environmental Sensors Use Case Ronan Cooney
Environmental sensing technology has enabled indoor air-quality monitoring solutions that track contaminants such as CO2, PM, and VOCs. Designing these systems requires the correct choice of sensor and other considerations to balance the tradeoff between power consumption and performance.

New Tech Tuesdays: Breaking Through the Congestion with Wi-Fi 6E Rudy Ramos
Wi-Fi 6E's support for the 6GHz frequency band improves internet speeds, efficiency, and wireless connectivity to unprecedented levels, making it a game-changer for personal and business use alike.

P2P Centimeter Accuracy Position and Tracking with UWB JJ DeLisle
UWB has recently received yet another facelift. This time it comes with significantly enhanced distance/ranging/location sensing technology and enhanced communications. It is now in a league to compete with other everyday wireless communication and sensing technologies. How does it compare?

Logistics and Material Handling with Robots JJ DeLisle
Autonomous systems are growing in adoption to safely and efficiently handle the increased volume and complexity of logistic center fulfillment. Here, we break down the technological anatomy of AMRs and how they will continue to impact the logistics supply chain

Bluetooth® LE Promises Higher Quality Wireless Audio Steven Keeping
Bluetooth® audio is big business, but battery life is short and sound quality less than perfect. But by switching from classic Bluetooth to Bluetooth LE and introducing a new codec, the Bluetooth SIG says the “next generation of wireless audio is just around the corner.”

Voyager 3: Wireless Vibration Monitoring Platform for CbM Paul Golata
Learn how good it is to pick up vibrations with Analog Devices’ Voyager 3 Platform. A system evaluation solution for a wireless signal chain for MEMS-accelerometer-based vibration monitoring enables condition-based monitoring (CbM).

Self-Powered Wireless Sensor Nodes with Energy Harvesting Rafik Mitry
Wireless sensor nodes are emerging quickly in countless applications. Powering them is becoming a challenge, as these are usually battery-operated devices. Batteries have a definite lifetime, after which it needs to be replaced. Learn how energy harvesting could extend the battery life of a WSN.

Precise Position Tracking Using Ultra-Wideband Jon Gabay
GPS technology changed the world. So too will UWB position-tracking capabilities for accurately tracking and combining data in personal, public space, and industrial applications.

Extend Range, Throughput Using BAW Filters Jon Gabay
As more airwaves get filled with data, it becomes critical that the use of the spectrum is maximized. This means noise immunity from other sources, as well as adjacent bands, must assure sharp band slope edges. With 40 bands to filter expected soon, Bulk Acoustic Wave technology is the answer.

Remote Work More Than an Experiment Now Adam Kimmel
When COVID-19 turned the world on its head, companies finally had the excuse they needed to try the remote working experiment. Remote work requires a few key components: security, data transmission, and reliability of technology. Here, we will discuss these remote working requirements.

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