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5G Is Not Just Good for Consumers, the IoT Will Benefit Too Steven Keeping
5G is the first generation of cellular mobile technology that was designed from the outset to support not only traditional mobile telecoms, but up-and-coming “new radio” wireless technologies for the IoT.

Traffic Management and IoT in the Smart City Poornima Apte
Increasing population in cities coupled with growing demands to meet sustainability goals are leading cities to reevaluate traffic management as part of their overall transportation strategies. IoT can help.

The IoT Machine Authentication Dilemma Jon Gabay
There are more machine-to-machine communications today than person-to-person. Securing the exponentially growing number of IoT devices is no simple task. Can a device authenticate who it is talking to? If everything can be accessed from anywhere, is anything truly safe?

New Tech Tuesdays: Secure, Reliable Gateway Products to Keep Designers Busy Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at new gateway products from MultiTech, ORing, and Taoglas.

The Need for High-Speed Connectivity Harwin
As demands for higher speed data rates increases, it’s not just wireless systems that must respond. High-speed connections are vital inside IoT nodes, edge computing processors, and embedded systems. These connections must support the surrounding conditions, whether that’s the factory floor or remote locations.

New Tech Tuesdays: Three Development Boards for Quick Sensor Evaluation Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at sensor evaluation kits from Texas Instruments, TDK InvenSense, and STMicroelectronics.

Making Sense of New Sensors for HVAC Amphenol Corporation
Older techniques for HVAC monitoring and control are giving way to digital solutions that incorporate newer state-of-the-art mixed-signal sensing solutions. Design engineers can take advantage of these to provide more accurate monitoring and control.

New Tech Tuesdays: These Devices Can Give Remote Health Monitoring a Healthy Reading Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at new products from Bourns, Microchip Technology, and Kyocera that are crucial in developing remote health monitoring solutions.

Hybrid Energy Storage Device as Backup to Solar Cells Vishay Intertechnology Inc.
The movement toward more sustainable solutions motivates design engineers to move beyond finite energy sources toward a fully renewable solution: solar cells. However, design engineers must overcome several challenges to realize this approach in the IoT.

New Tech Tuesdays: Cybersecurity Solutions for a Secure Smart Home Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at turnkey solutions from Infineon Technologies and NXP Semiconductors and a key storage device from Microchip Technology.

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