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P2P Centimeter Accuracy Position and Tracking with UWB Jean-Jacques 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?

An Airport Pioneers Fast Data Connections David Freedman
By enlisting a little-used spectrum and new technology, a Dallas airport has pioneered ways for crowded venues to keep everyone online. As such approaches become commonplace, people will see blazing new connection speed.

Gateway Implementations with RISC-V Alex Pluemer
The Industrial Internet of Things and its use cases that implement gateways and routers expands every day. The Terasic T-Core FPGA MAX 10 Development Board can be a catalyst for that expansion.

Electrical Connection Technology for Energy Storage Systems Phoenix Contact
Modular in design from utility storage to residential, Battery Management Systems are at the heart of renewable energy storage. A well-designed BMS using data to control power input and output is key to maximizing efficiency, safety, and cost.

Distributed Analytics Beyond the Cloud Charles Byers
Analytics, AI, and ML are typically implemented as centralized functions in networks, often residing in the cloud. There is a growing trend to distribute these learning and inference functions between cloud, edge, and endpoint computer capabilities. Here, we’ll look at some of the tradeoffs involved.

Why the Edge Is Central to IoT Success Stephen Evanczuk
The nature of the IoT drives the need for edge devices to support functionality beyond basic connectivity. As IoT applications evolve, edge devices will play a pivotal role in meeting more complex requirements for effective IoT solutions.

6 Key Aspects of the 3GPP 5G Release 16 Steve Taranovich
5G New Radio (NR) reached a milestone on July 3, 2020, with Release 16 of the 5G standard. We’ll explore the six key aspects of the release, including sidelinking, multi-TRP, the unlicensed spectrum, and time-sensitive networking (TSN).

New Tech Tuesdays: Single-Pair Ethernet Networking Proves Less Is More Tommy Cummings
Single-pair Ethernet uses one pair of wires rather than two or four pairs to transmit power and data easily from sensors to the cloud. These product lines feature SPE connectivity.

Power over Ethernet Pushes Forward Jon Gabay
Wired Ethernet provides a more secure connection and will not bog down wireless networks for data hogs like high-definition streaming video. 802.3bt now adds up to 90W of power over Ethernet to each device, eliminating the need to run power. Self-power sensors and IoT devices can now thrive.

New Tech Tuesdays: 2 Cards That Accelerate FPGA Computing Tommy Cummings
High-bandwidth compute applications and diverse workloads are driving the adoption of FPGA chips in accelerator cards, which are their own systems of software, memory, ports, power, etc. New Tech Tuesdays examine two of these cards and their functions.

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