Posts Tagged ‘Wireless’

Wi-Fi HaLow Announced at CES

Wi-Fi HaLow was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show this week. Wi-Fi HaLow is a long-Range, low-Power Wi-Fi for IoT devices. The Wi-Fi Alliance has this overview of the new standard: With industry momentum mounting around a low power Wi-Fi® solution, Wi-Fi Alliance® has introduced Wi-Fi HaLow™ as the designation for products incorporating IEEE 802.11ah…

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Verizon LTE Available for IoT Devices

Computerworld revealed that Verizon has announced the U.S. availability of chipsets for Internet of Things (IoT) devices that can connect to its LTE network at speeds up to 10Mbps. “The carrier also said it began a pilot two weeks ago with drone partnerPrecisionHawk to monitor a grape crop at the Hahn Estate winery in Soledad, CA.…

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Bluetooth to be IoT Ready in 2016

Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) just announced developments of key features that will be essential for the IoT, which will be available in 2016. This includes longer range, higher speeds and mesh networking. Mark Powell, executive director, Bluetooth SIG, said, “Bluetooth has been adopted by countless developers and manufacturers as their connectivity solution of choice for…

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