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.

First network interface for Car2x/V2X communication

Vector is presenting the VN4610 network interface – its first special solution for IEEE-802.11p and CAN-(FD) based applications. As an interface to the CANoe.Car2x test tool, the interface advances 802.11p-based ECUs to production readiness quickly.

Panasonic Industry Europe and OpenSynergy cooperate

At this year's electronica, Panasonic Industry Europe (PIDEU) and the software company OpenSynergy announced that they will be working closely together. The first result of this co-operation is the Bluetooth WLAN evaluation platform PAN 9026 ETU.

Proximity sensor features range up to 20cm

Vishay Intertechnology has introduced a fully integrated proximity sensor combining a high power vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL), a photodiode, a signal processing IC, and a 12-bit ADC in a single package.

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