A look at sensors and sensor technologies that help create self-piloting abilities and safety features like collision avoidance in self-driving vehicles.
Miniaturization of key components and systems will allow next-generation wireless designers to provide smaller, more efficient radios and radio subsystems.
The challenges of using position location technology indoors and what can be done to overcome some of those challenges.
GPS solutions that use less power, smaller in size, and are more highly accurate and dependable from suppliers including Taoglas, Parallax, Skyworks, and more.
This article looks at the options for getting started with a GPS design for industrial applications, from the transceivers to modules and the evaluation boards available as well as the antenna issues to consider.
GPS functionality has emerged as an essential requirement for personal mobile devices.
Today, just about every mobile device has at least one internal antenna, with many devices sporting three or more to provide wireless communications for functions.
Location-based applications have emerged as a basic requirement of most consumer devices and many commercial ones as well.
As familiar as GPS is to the general public, it is still a technology waiting to be discovered by many design engineers.
The designer of portable tracking devices is trapped in a space with three types of boundaries: physics, cost, and available technology
The design of antennas for small user equipment has for many years relied on the use of unbalanced designs.