Wireless & M2M News
Vectron Introduces its Smallest Crystal Oscillator     September 25, 2007

New VCS3 is 77% smaller than today's standard 7x5 packaging, meets customer demand for reduced space requirements and allows for increased performance and functionality.More>>

Ember, Computime Team Up, Offer ZigBee Platform for OEMs     September 24, 2007

Computime will build low-cost plug-and-play ZigBee modules based on Ember's ZigBee chipsets and software, allowing OEMs to more easily and cheaply integrated low-power wireless mesh networking into their products.More>>

Cymbet Launches Thin-Film Batteries     September 21, 2007

The new rechargeable, lead-free, component-class thin-film batteries contain no hazardous materials and are designed for embedded systems.More>>

ABI Research Examines M2M Market Data     September 20, 2007

Cellular M2M ARPU holding firm despite lower data costs, according to ABI Research.More>>

InSync Releases Edgeware 3.2 for RFID Deployments     September 19, 2007

InSync Software's Edgeware 3.2 application platform allows you to integrate data streams from RFID and sensor systems to create a real-world aware software application for enterprise systems.More>>

TI Introduces New Wireless MCU Development System     September 19, 2007

The new USB stick tool allows you to develop low-power wireless systems based on TI's MSP430 microcontrollers with wireless communications.More>>

U.S. Army Awards Augusta Systems $1.18M Task Order     September 19, 2007

Army's prototype RFID and sensor systems combine to automate round counting and monitoring wear-and-tear on vehicle gun barrels, mortar systems, and other weapons on military vehicles; Augusta Systems software provides the data processing, correlation, and communication of the data from the sensor...More>>

SiTime Unveils Industry's Thinnest Programmable Oscillator     September 18, 2007

The SiT8002UT MEMS-based oscillator has a max. thickness of 400 microns and provides a highly stable clock reference in height-restricted applications.More>>

Database Examines U.S. Science, Engineering Labor Force     September 18, 2007

New database from the Population Reference Bureau reveals state variations in the size and characteristics of the science and engineering labor force in U.S.More>>

Arch Rock Joins IPv6 Forum     September 18, 2007

Company was first to use IPv6 protocol-the latest, most scalable version of Internet Protocol-in IEEE 802.15.4 low-power wireless sensor networks.More>>










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