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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics

New Tech Tuesdays: Wi-Fi 7: A Leap in Fast and Reliable Wireless Connectivity Rudy Ramos
The Wi-Fi Alliance® introduced Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 7™ on January 8, 2024, bringing powerful new features to boost Wi-Fi performance. These gains are yet to be fully realized, though, as the actual Wi-Fi 7 specification is still in development and is expected to be finalized sometime in 2024.

The Evolving Edge: Transformation Is Now NXP
Microcontroller evolution is keeping pace with the needs of embedded system designers, focusing on IoT, edge processing, industrial automation, and more. Integrating a multi-core design, on-chip accelerators, and an eIQ Neutron NPI gives designers the horsepower needed to advance state-of-the-art innovations.

New Tech Tuesdays: Voice-Controlled Comfort in the Smart Home Rudy Ramos
Smart home gadgets have turned regular houses into places full of intelligent, connected devices that offer both ease and safety. Aided by a variety of IoT technologies, this significant change in how homes function has made life more convenient and secure.

Future-proofing TMS Design with Cloud-Based Software Poornima Apte
Cloud-based TMS solutions enable enterprises to efficiently manage and optimize their supply chain operations in real-time. Their scalability, accessibility, and integration with advanced technologies provide a robust framework for the ever-evolving demands of commerce.

Data Center Evolution Driven By 5G Expansion JJ DeLisle
Traditional centralized data centers are being challenged by the connectivity revolution, including 5G, IoT, and AR/VR technologies. This is prompting a shift towards edge computing and micro data centers to meet the ultra-reliable, low latency, and high bandwidth demands of modern applications.

New Tech Tuesdays: Edge Computing: The Future of Distributed Data Processing Rudy Ramos
Edge computing is a distributed computing paradigm that brings computation and data storage closer to the location where it is needed, aiming to improve response times and save bandwidth, but not without challenges.

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.

Edge Computing Hardware Evolves to Meet IoT Demands Brian Santo
The edge is getting smarter as IoT devices take on more complex tasks and become less dependent on a central cloud, instead processing data locally using AI inference without compromising security or privacy.

Making Sense of Smell Sensors David Pike
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are increasingly used for complex decision-making, with sensors vital in providing necessary information. Olfactory sensors, for example, can detect odors from hidden or obscured objects, making them unique and versatile.

New Tech Tuesdays: From Blueprint to Reality: Smart and Efficient Net-Zero Carbon Home Building Rudy Ramos
Net-zero carbon home building has emerged as a revolutionary approach that combines sustainability, energy efficiency, and smart technologies. From integrating renewable energy systems to leveraging data analytics for energy optimization, the advancements in this field are reshaping how we conceive and construct homes.

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