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Connecting Board-to-Board: From Bobcats to Lynx Paul Golata
Engineers are constantly needing to connect printed circuit boards (PCBs) together. Learn how Amphenol ICC Lynx™ and Lynx™ Quad Differential (QD) Mezzanine Connectors provide performance, flexibility, and fast time-to-market for a wide variety of applications.

Use Osquery to Track System Inventory Data Jeff Fellinge
Knowing what you have is a critical first step to securing it. Explore osquery, an open-source package that provides endpoint visibility and is supported by an active open-source community. Osquery captures details of your inventory from operating system to processor and disk.

How Bluetooth® Tracks Vital Assets Augustine Nguyen
Bluetooth 5.1’s precise location tracking presents a breakthrough in Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) and is optimal for use in healthcare, manufacturing, transportation, and more. Find out how Bluetooth 5.1 is changing the way our world is tracking important assets.

How Wearables Will Facilitate Healthcare Stephen Evanczuk
The importance of timely healthcare data has gained special recognition during the COVID-19 pandemic, but better data will be needed well after the pandemic fades. Healthcare wearables offer an effective, long-term solution for delivering essential patient data required by healthcare workers.

How NTC Thermistors and RTDs Differ Littelfuse Inc.
Selecting the best sensor for temperature measurement can be a daunting task. Learn more about NTC thermistors and RTDs, their differences, and how they are best suited to deliver temperature measurement accuracy in a wide range of designs.

Remote Work More Than an Experiment Now Adam Kimmel
When COVID-19 turned the world on its head, companies finally had the excuse they needed to try the remote working experiment. Remote work requires a few key components: security, data transmission, and reliability of technology. Here, we will discuss these remote working requirements.

How Buyers Benefit From Using a Distributor Tommy Cummings
Buyers and purchasing agents for companies want choices, control, and convenience to be big players in the supply chain. Distributors offer that edge.

Try These STEM-Style ’Bot Kits for Kids Tommy Cummings
Here are four suggestions for a robotic kit that takes a STEM approach while offering new technologies such as artificial intelligence platforms, Wi-Fi, sensors, and more.

How IoT Developers Can Build Users' Trust M. Tim Jones
The Internet of Things could represent a technology that benefits us in enumerable ways or it could evolve into a dystopian future that we would fear. Here, we'll look at how IoT can be our worst fear and what IoT developers can do to build users' trust.

An Introduction to Nanoelectronics Liam Critchley
As components need to get smaller to accommodate consumer needs, manufacturers need a way of doing this. Nanoelectronics is the creation of electrical components using nanomaterials that can not only reduce the size of the device, but also provide the same, if not better, performance.

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