Communications Technology

Connectivity is a key feature of modern embedded products. There’s a wide range of communications modes that can be used, but which is the best for your design? Should you use a wireless technology such as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and, if so, which one should that be? Or would wired communication, such as Ethernet, be the best way forward?

In this section, New Electronics reviews the latest communications technologies and brings visitors to the website information on how these technologies are being applied.

RX310 rugged SDR from Pixus features TwinRX option

Pixus Technologies has developed ruggedised versions of commercial software defined radios. The latest in the series is the RX310-2 that features standard commercially available TwinRX daughtercards from Ettus Research, a National Instruments brand.

TE unveils new thermal bridge solution

TE Connectivity (TE) is introducing its thermal bridge technology that can provide up to two times better thermal resistance over traditional thermal technologies such as gap pads or thermal pads.

OMC launches Mouldshare moulded backlight series

OMC has launched the Mouldshare series of moulded backlights using innovative sliding-gate injection moulding techniques developed by the company which significantly reduce the usual set up costs and MOQs associated with producing a backlight to a customer’s desired shape and size.

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