Resolving Interference in a Crowded Wi-Fi Environment Using BAW Filters (Part 2)

In a connected world with more and more devices and wireless standards, coexistence and interference issues will not go away. To make use of every bit of spectrum available, Wi-Fi designs with high-Q BAW filters can improve the performance of Wi-Fi access points.

Army Sergeant First Class Wade Mitcheltree Receives ELAN-Controlled Custom Smart Home from the Gary Sinise Foundation

Even if Wade is on the second floor, he can have full control over the whole house using any of the touch panels or his own iPad

Facebook to launch smart home speakers in July: Report

Zee Business: "The Aloha model, to be marketed under the official name Portal, will use voice commands but will also feature facial recognition to identify users for accessing Facebook via a wide-angle lens on the front of the device," the report added.

Lonely Toys: If Toys Are Getting Smarter, Maybe Parents Should Too

Consumer advocacy groups claim toy manufacturers aren't doing enough to protect children's information or advise parents what they're doing in collecting and using the stalking information. But it's really up to parents to do their own research for the toys

With Blink's camera chip and a few AA batteries, Amazon goes low-energy

Valentina Palladino for Ars Technica: On the flip side, Blink's cameras are powered by AA batteries, and its embedded, energy-efficient chip allows those batteries to last up to two years at a time.

How Not to Run Hot: Overcoming Thermal Challenges in Wi-Fi Front-End Designs (Part 1)

This is the first of a two-part series that looks at the design challenges for Wi-Fi front-end designs.

Costone - a Smart Home Ecosystem

By eliminating the need for multiple systems and apps, we're saving the customer both time and money and creating a smart experience that is much more integrated and easier to control.

Alphabet rolls its Nest smart home unit back into Google

Jillian D'Onfro for CNBC: The company writes that by bringing Nest back into Google, it can "supercharge Nest's mission." Nest's current CEO, Marwan Fawaz, will now report to Google hardware chief Rick Osterloh.

Mozilla Offers a Slick New Way to Control Your Smart Home

Lee Mathews for Liliputing: Mozilla announced a major upgrade to Things Gateway. With the new version come a number of features that put it more in line with its retail competition.

The Smart Home is Creating Frustrated Consumers: More than 1 in 3 US Adults Experience Issues Setting up or Operating a Connected Device

On average, consumers report spending 2.5 hours between self-help and customer support and speak with 3 different people to resolve an issue; 22 percent give up and return the product for a refund.

ELAN Dealer's Mobile Showroom Brings the Smart Home Experience to the Client's Front Door

Sioux Falls, South Dakota integrator converted an RV into a high-end, high tech mobile showroom featuring ELAN control and SpeakerCraft audio.

The Aperion Guide to Home Theater Speaker Types

The latest development in home theater technology on the audio side are the new surround formats such as Dolby Atmos and DTS: X that utilize height channels, that is speakers that project sound above the listener.

Case Study: 'Dumb' Horse Stable Birth Alarm at Painted H Miniature Ranch is Made 'Smart' with ELAN

Customized ELAN system with SpeakerCraft audio redefines the monitoring experience for one miniature horse stable owner.

Nissan moves into home solar energy storage

Nick Lavars for New Atlas: Nissan reckons its solar energy system can save UK homeowners up to 66 percent on their energy bills

Alexa for Business is a Business Boom for Properly Staffed AV Systems Integrators

Alexa for Business will work with built-in features customized for an office setting, including the ability to make calls and check security camera feeds.

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