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The Future of IoT M. Tim Jones
Bringing internet connectivity to devices has swung the pendulum back from centralized computing to decentralization. IoT and edge computing continue to evolve. Its momentum is changing the world around us. Explore some of the key ideas behind the future of IoT.

Qorvo Underpins 5G Infrastructure Robert Huntley
5G heralds a new era in cellular communications. The stakes are high in the fast-moving world of deploying the new infrastructure to make 5G a reality. Find out why Qorvo is well-positioned to be your component supplier of choice for everything RF related.

Bluetooth® Heads in New Direction Steven Keeping
An upgrade to the Bluetooth® Core Specification, Bluetooth 5.1, adds direction finding capabilities. The enhancement promises much for applications such as indoor navigation, but implementation is challenging even for the experienced RF engineer.

5G Enters an Arena All Its Own: AT&T to bring 5G to AT&T Stadium Paul Golata
Taking center stage in 2019 at billionaire Jerry Jones’s AT&T Stadium isn’t simply the world-famous Dallas Cowboys or Country Music Hall of Famer Garth Brooks with his bigger-than-life concert. It’s the arrival of 5G—the fifth-generation of mobile network and wireless system connectivity.

Use the Renesas AE-CLOUD2 to Send GPS Data to the Google Cloud IoT Greg Toth
Use this kit to prototype sensor and location tracking applications that connect to the Google Cloud IoT via Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or LTE Cat-M1/Cat-NM1/EGPRS LTE cellular networks. Create applications that read sensors, connect to the Internet, and communicate real-time sensor data to the Google Cloud.

EV Wireless Charging David Talbott
Proponents of wireless charging see it as a simpler, more convenient way to charge EVs because it eliminates the hassle of handling charging cables and offers a new way to charge vehicles at rest or in motion. But, is wireless charging practical, or is it just fantasy?

Connecting to the Google Cloud IoT with the AVR-IoT WG Eval Board Greg Toth
The Microchip AC164160 AVR-IoT WG Evaluation Board allows you to prototype sensor applications using a secure-element cryptographic coprocessor and low-power microcontroller to securely connect to the Google Cloud IoT.

Integrating the STM32L4 Discovery Kit IoT Node with the Google Cloud Platform Using Wi-Fi Greg Toth
The STMicroelectronics STM32L4 Discovery Kit for IoT Node Discovery Kit is an Internet of Things (IoT) development kit that is ideal for prototyping sensor applications with wireless connectivity to the Google Cloud IoT.

Router Security Vulnerabilities Could Compromise the IoT Steven Keeping
Wi-Fi routers offer a cheap, convenient gateway to connect IoT sensors to the Cloud, but tests reveal the devices have weak security. As the IoT grows, they could prove even more enticing targets for hackers. New developments bring more protection, but other technologies could prove a better option.

Li-Fi: Wireless Connections Without Radios Charles Byers
The emerging technologies of Visible Light Communication, Free-Space Optical Networking, and Li-Fi offer many of the advantages of wireless technologies like Wi-Fi, but without the problems associated with RF spectrum use. We will explore some of the associated tradeoffs and recent advancements.

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