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Low-Power-Cellular | NB1 and M1: Cellular technologies for the Internet of Things

Created by Sarah Brucker, Product Sales Manager Wireless |   Knowledge

The LTE categories NB1 and M1 are becoming increasingly popular. Each year, the number of devices with low power cellular standards is growing by an average of over 100 million devices, claims market research company Berg Insight AB in its latest report Cellular and LPWAN IoT Device Ecosystems. Cellular standards with new embedded SIM solutions are experiencing an additional upturn in demand.

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JAE Once Again Names Rutronik “EMEA Distributor of the Year”

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As a result of Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH’s “Persuasive Performance,” the distributor earned the title of “EMEA Distributor of the Year” from JAE, the Japanese manufacturer of connectors and cable assemblies, for the second year in a row.

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Stanley's infrared LED, ultraviolet LED and light receiving device solutions

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Our LED devices have been developed mainly in the visible light spectrum for various applications represented by automotive headlamps. By making use of various high reliability and high efficiency technologies centering on LEDs for the automotive lamps, as well as various packaging technologies accumulated through our long history of being pioneer LED manufacturers, we are now focusing on infrared LEDs,...

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Process or control? Microprocessors, microcontrollers and their periphery

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Every new application design requires a microcontroller or microprocessor. And when making a decision between the two, there are a few factors to consider. An overview of the microprocessor and the microcontroller, and heterogeneous architectures. When deciding between a microprocessor (MPU) and a microcontroller (MCU), the type of application is often a critical factor. The final selection, on the other...

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NLM0011 - First NFC configuration IC with integrated CLO - Solves LED current setting challenges, and increases LED driver market value

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To illuminate a light-emitting diode (LED) at a certain brightness level, an electrical circuit - the LED driver - must ensure sufficient current supply. At the same time having to avoid that the flowing current exceeds the maximum rating what would cause overheating and potentially destroy the LED. Considering that the voltage drop across an LED is approximately constant over a wide range of operating...

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