Internet of things (IOT) Applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

Internet_of_Things_Applications

 

 

 

Microcontroller_Smartphone

Microcontroller in IoT devices

Microcontrollers are a central component of every IoT system. In devices for IOT, there are numerous MCUs that take on simple control tasks as well as complex computing tasks. Learn more about programming, measuring and testing microcontrollers in the IoT.

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Mobile_Speicher_Applikationen

Storage technologies for the IoT

Conventional flash memories are still used in IoT applications around GPS / navigation as well as in consumer products such as smartwatches due to their low cost, high storage density, operation in large temperature ranges and architecture. The storage technologies offer high flexibility and, above all, reliability.

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Automotive Ethernet

Automotive Ethernet is a powerful part of an automobile's communication architecture that enables the connection between vehicle electronics and the Internet, with the vehicle being part of a typical Internet of Things (IoT) application.

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AWS IoT Greengrass

One of the most comprehensive cloud-based IoT services available is IoT Greengrass from Amazon Web Services (AWS). TySOM is a family of development boards for embedded applications that is enhanced with numerous cloud functions when used with the AWS IOT Greengrass Core.

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RF_Front_End_Smartphone

RF Front-End Control Interface

RFFE is a radio interface that is a core component of every radio technology. The current version, MIPI RFFE v3.0, is designed to provide the more accurate timing precision and reduced latencies required to drive the global adoption of 5G. Learn more about RFFE and IoT designs below.

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Power_Management_System_Mobile

System Power Management Interface

SPMI is a power management interface that is used between application processors and peripheral components in mobile and IoT devices. The advantages of the interface are low pin count, high speed, low latency, and the ability to support multiple processing devices on the same bus. Learn more about testing SPMI designs below.

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Microcontroller_Smartphone

Microcontroller in IoT devices

Microcontrollers are a central component of every IoT system. In devices for IOT, there are numerous MCUs that take on simple control tasks as well as complex computing tasks. Learn more about programming, measuring and testing microcontrollers in the IoT.

Mobile_Speicher_Applikationen

Storage technologies for the IoT

Conventional flash memories are still used in IoT applications around GPS / navigation as well as in consumer products such as smartwatches due to their low cost, high storage density, operation in large temperature ranges and architecture. The storage technologies offer high flexibility and, above all, reliability.

I3C_Sensorsystem_Smartphone

Automotive Ethernet

Automotive Ethernet is a powerful part of an automobile's communication architecture that enables the connection between vehicle electronics and the Internet, with the vehicle being part of a typical Internet of Things (IoT) application.

Microcontroller_Smartphone

AWS IoT Greengrass

One of the most comprehensive cloud-based IoT services available is IoT Greengrass from Amazon Web Services (AWS). TySOM is a family of development boards for embedded applications that is enhanced with numerous cloud functions when used with the AWS IOT Greengrass Core.

RF_Front_End_Smartphone

RF Front-End Control Interface

RFFE is a radio interface that is a core component of every radio technology. The current version, MIPI RFFE v3.0, is designed to provide the more accurate timing precision and reduced latencies required to drive the global adoption of 5G. Learn more about RFFE and IoT designs below.

Power_Management_System_Mobile

System Power Management Interface

SPMI is a power management interface that is used between application processors and peripheral components in mobile and IoT devices. The advantages of the interface are low pin count, high speed, low latency, and the ability to support multiple processing devices on the same bus. Learn more about testing SPMI designs below.