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Redpine Bets on 802.11p Over LTE-V

by Bryon Moyer

Redpine Signals is placing a bet. It might have been less of a bet a year or two ago, but things change, and the future isn’t as obvious as it once might have seemed.

See, they’re betting that IEEE 802.11p will rule the roadways in the coming time when our cars will carry on intense conversations with each other and with the things around them. Folks have been working on that standard for a while, and it appeared to be the default nominee for the job. Then along came a less-expected candidate, and the odds have changed.  Read More


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Editors' Blog

Meet You in Brussels?

posted by Dick Selwood

the imec Technology Forum is in Brussels in May (20-Apr)

A More Secure Time Server

posted by Bryon Moyer

Time servers allow us to track multiple events from different systems and networks with a consistent time base. But an evildoer can flood such servers with requests, causing crashes. Microsemi has released a new time server that addresses this vulnerability. (13-Jan)

Fancy walking around with urine in your socks?

posted by Dick Selwood

A team at the University of the West of England has used urine driven microbial fuel cells in socks to generate enough current to send wireless signals. (11-Dec)

Securing the core

posted by Dick Selwood

A Franco-German announcement brings improved security to SoCs for the IoT (17-Nov)

Four weeks of argument over a second

posted by Dick Selwood

The ITU is arguing over whether we need a leap second (2-Nov)

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Flash for IoT, Automotive, and Mobile

Posted on 08/22/16 at 10:12 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
What do you think of Micron's IoT and Mobile memory announcements?

Big Data Moves to “Electronics”

Posted on 08/18/16 at 9:57 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
What do you think of Optimal+'s big data approach to board and system manufacturing?

Next Door to Genius

Posted on 08/17/16 at 10:57 AM by josyb

josyb
I remember the 'Pip command' written in the concrete in the parking lot.

Custom Silicon for Makers

Posted on 08/16/16 at 2:09 AM by Kev

Kev
There isn't much wrong with this other than it's just another RISC processor, which is rather old technology and RISC-V doesn't appear to be doing much new.

It's a general problem with "open-source" solutions that they tend to focus on "cheap" rather t…

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