Power Profiler Kit II brings greater insight to wireless power consumption

By Pål Kastnes May 19, 2021

The PPK2 enables accurate instantaneous and average power consumption measurements for low-power embedded applications. It is also inexpensive and portable enough to be on every engineer's desk.

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Topics: power consumption

Micromobility solves 'last mile' problem and delivers whole new industry

By Alf Helge Omre May 12, 2021

Wireless-enhanced personal transport solutions are changing post-pandemic citywide transport and creating new business opportunities.

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Topics: micromobility, transport

Taking full advantage of Bluetooth 5 capabilities in Smartphones

By Get Connected Blog May 5, 2021

With Bluetooth 5 specifications containing many optional features, smartphone manufacturers can choose to support these features or not. Still, they may claim that their smartphones are Bluetooth 5 compatible.

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Topics: bluetooth5

How IoT-enabled predictive maintenance can support smart city infrastructure

By Lorenzo Amicucci April 28, 2021

Wireless technologies will help make critical equipment like elevators and transit systems more reliable as they endure increased strain post-COVID-19.

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Topics: predictive maintenance

The Importance of Product Certification

By Get Connected Blog April 20, 2021

Quality electronic devices for smart home and industrial applications include marks and labels indicating that they have passed a variety of important tests. With the rise of the maker movement, certification has never been more important.

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Topics: certification

How cellular IoT is transforming the dated water cooler

By Bjørn Kvaale April 16, 2021

Traditional water coolers using large plastic water containers are found everywhere, from offices to dentists to hairdressing salons. But they’re notoriously prone to relying on fixed vehicle delivery schedules that don’t match actual customer demand leading to routine over– and under-stocking.

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Topics: cellular IoT

‘State-of-the-heart’ wireless solutions improve cardiac health monitoring

By Thomas Søderholm April 14, 2021

Low power wireless technology is pumping up the potential of next-generation cardiac monitoring solutions to diagnose and treat heart conditions. These connected healthcare devices will provide hope for millions of coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease, and congestive heart failure patients around the world.

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Topics: healthcare

First nRF5340 modules eliminate processor trade-off for developers

By Alf Helge Omre March 31, 2021

Single processor solutions will inevitably have to trade-off the processor's computational power against its efficiency. When that trade-off becomes too great, developers look towards dual-core solutions.

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Topics: nRF5340, dual-core processors

Finding your way with Bluetooth

By Get Connected Blog March 24, 2021

Bluetooth Direction Finding feature brings the possibility of absolute positioning of products and things in three-dimensional space to the world of low-power wireless connectivity.

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Topics: Direction finding

Direction Finding solutions now ready for developers

By Pål Kastnes March 17, 2021

New frequency- and protocol-agnostic technology consisting of proprietary software, hardware, and antennas make it easier for developers to incorporate RF-based location finding into their latest products.

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Topics: Direction finding

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