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.

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.

The Future Of The Smart Home: Your Home's Operating System & The Artificial Intelligence To Power It

Andrew Weinreich for Forbes: I'll analyze the race between tech giants to develop an operating system and artificial intelligence for the smart home.

Roomba to Rule the Smart Home

Elizabeth Woyke for MIT Technology Review: iRobot CEO Colin Angle says mapping data generated by the company's robotic cleaners will finally make our homes intelligent.

Visual Display Resolution - a New Metric based Contrast Modulation and Structural Similarity

Determining the resolution of an image used to be easy. In flat panel displays you counted the number of full-color pixels composed of RGB sub-pixels. In projectors, the count of the imager elements determined resolution.

Where Is Wi-Fi Heading?

The best for Wi-Fi is yet to come, but it is important to look at the broader context to understand the relevance and the timing of all its new varieties.

Wireless Charging for Electronics

Wireless charging for electronics delivers a number of benefits over traditional cable connectors-some of which aren't immediately obvious but will become so in the near future.

Nanosys Details the Future of Quantum Dots

In all, the take away is that quantum dots hold great promise to provide a range of new innovations for displays in the coming years.

Using DNA to Store Movies

Once the DNA strands are fabricated, many copies can be made. The DNA containing the movie will be smaller than a speck of dust.

Can your smart home be used against you in court?

Brian Heater for TechCrunch:  On a November, 2015 morning in Bentonville, Arkansas, first responders discovered a corpse floating in a hot tub. The home’s resident, James Andrew Bates, told authorities he’d found the body of Victor Collins dead that morning. He’d gone to bed at 1 AM, while Collins and another friend stayed up drinking. This past December, The Information reported that authorities had subpoenaed Amazon over the case. The police were considering Bates a suspect in what they suspected was a murder after signs of a struggle were found at the scene. They hoped his Echo might hold some insights into what happened the night before. Amazon initially pushed back against the request, citing First Amendment protections, but ultimately conceded when Bates agreed to allow the information to be handed over to police. While Amazon’s fight has been rendered moot, this case lays groundwork for some tough and important conversations to come, raising a slew of fascinating questions around the technologies.   Cont'd...

Sound Advancement in Mobile Devices

When it comes to music we care a great deal more about sound quality than mobile phone manufacturers do, but with the advent of Hi-Res Audio (HRA), which is now on the cusp of taking the mobile world by storm, we are hearing audio capable of reproducing the full range of sound from recordings that have been mastered from high quality music sources.

Quantum Dots will Power Display Products to the Next Level

Quantum dot technology is now fueling a range of LCD displays, offering a WCG that can be larger than that offered by OLED displays and other LCD technologies. When coupled with HDR, quantum dot displays offer some of the best picture performance on the market.

Visual Resolution of Display Screens

The paper explains and illustrates the meaning of luminance modulation of visual display screens as basis for the perception of presented visual information and as basis for objective visual performance evaluation and rating of display screens.

A Jedi's Guide to Audio Signal Flow & A/V Receiver Setup.

In this article we will go over each individual section of your receiver. We'll keep it simple and break down one fragment at a time. We'll also discuss some of the highlights and why you might consider using a particular input or output.

Share Audio With The Dante Audio Protocol

In summary, you can route audio independently between software applications and/or hardware devices on or connected to your computer; and you can share your audio with other users and devices on the Dante network.

Records 1 to 15 of 158

Next | Last

Featured Product

GreenPeak’s GP565 – ZigBee for smart Remote Controls

GreenPeak's GP565 - ZigBee for smart Remote Controls

The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection