IoT Design

Friday 10/30

Obviously your IoT devices need to be secure. Unfortunately, there are many ways to do that, so you need to pick the one (or ones) that best suit your needs. One of those methods is by using SRAM PUF, or physical unclonable function. Such a solution hails from Intrinsic-ID.
Silicon Labs has expanded its portfolio of pre-certified wireless modules for IoT application development. The expansion is compiled of four new modules including the xGM210PB, BGM220, MGM220, and BGX220 Xpress.
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The NGM Alliance has provided guidance for 4G and 5G, which supports global alignment and ensures next-gen mobile networks meet ecosystem requirements.
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The R&S FSVA3000 was developed to support the production of 5G NR base stations, mobile phones, and components, specifically in the 28 GHz and 39 GHz bands.
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Internet of things (IoT) devices have become the largest driver of semiconductor revenue, with wireless communication, automotive, and artificial intelligence products following in short order. This broad array of devices will bring far more variation to the industry, but optimizing manufacturing for such a diverse range of products will become an even greater hurdle.
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