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Smart Monitoring Counters VOC Concerns Steven Keeping
Volatile organic compound (VOC) pollution is on the rise. Certain illnesses and cognitive impairments reveal a link to these chemicals, and modern energy-efficient buildings are making the problem worse. Miniaturized sensors offer a solution by indicating when concentrations breach safety levels.

Happy Birthday, Nikola Tesla! Mouser Staff
Nikola Tesla: Genius or charlatan? Maybe a little bit of both, but there is no disputing that Nikola Tesla, who would 162 years old on July 10th if he were alive today, had a flair for showmanship and a major impact on the advancement of applied electrical technologies. But what if Tesla were still alive today at a time when many of his inventions and ideas have been developed beyond even his wildest imagination? We decided to find out what electrical engineers thought....

IoT World 2018: Executive Keynote Highlights Paul Golata
IoT World 2018! According to executive keynote speakers, crucial industries to watch include energy, smart grid, agriculture, healthcare, transportation safety, smart cities and homes, and autonomous vehicles. Key technologies supporting advances in these areas include sensors, edge computing, data security, digital twinning, open source, RF wireless, AI, data management, and more. Here’s a look at the keynote presentations, as told by your favorite Mouser Electronics engineer.

Cellular for IoT: Industry Goals and Technology Roadmap Barry Manz
The cellular industry has a solid strategy for making its technologies better suited than LPWANS for IoT. The industry’s goals are many, including low-power consumption, enhanced and increased coverage, enhanced security, and scalability, among others. Three wireless technologies are slated to help meet these goals: LTE-M, EC-GSM-IoT, and NB-IoT.

5G Is So Near-Future: A Look Ahead to 6G and 7G Sylvie Barak
5G may be the buzzword of the moment, but it’s so near-future. We should be future-forward, thinking of near “sci-fi like possibilities” of 6G and 7G that may arise just a decade or two from now, with wireless speeds up to 11Gbps enabling things like mind-to-mind communication, home ATM machines, space roaming, and so much more!

Robots in the Spotlight at 2018 Winter Olympics Barry Manz
The Olympic Games have become as much a showcase for a country’s high-tech capabilities as they are for the sporting events, but this year’s Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea takes this trend to a whole new level.

Tech Scores a TD at Super Bowl LII Barry Manz
Super Bowl LII fans in the stands will expect flawless cellular and Wi-Fi performance, and viewers at home will expect multi-view, action-packed, real-time coverage. The mammoth technology infrastructure supporting Super Bowl LII should deliver on both.

The Origin and Need for Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) Barry Manz
If you’re fortunate enough to have multiple choices for providing broadband considers yourself lucky. Millions of people living in rural areas have only one option: Wireless Internet Service Providers, which serve fixed locations (rather than mobile devices) and transmit to and receive from multiple locations. A little history of this arcane industry reveals why WISPs continue to fill a need.

The Mysterious Case Of The Missing Mobile Wallet Barry Manz
Near-field communications (NFC) is one of the world’s most useful wireless technologies and is extremely well suited for mobile payment processing. Despite it having all the ingredients for success, it remains woefully under used, with retailers opting for retailer-specific apps.

Bluetooth Takes a Hit. Design Engineers to the Rescue? Barry Manz
Bluetooth BlueBorne is just one of many security issues making the news headlines. Hardening security in embedded systems is a tall order, yes, but paramount. For designers of Bluetooth-enabled components, subsystems, and systems, BlueBorne poses the question of how to harden Bluetooth in future products against such threats.

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