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Posts tagged "Cellular"
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Introduction to LTE-M Cellular Technology
June 09, 2017
TE-M (also referred to as LTE Cat-M or Cat-M1) is a new mobile data standard for the growing LPWA, or Low-Power Wide-Area market. Its part of the latest Release (13) from the 3GPP cellular standards organization.
Digi XBee Cellular Supports MicroPython Programmability
May 24, 2017
MicroPython is an open-source programming language based on Python 3, and has been optimized to fit on small devices with limited hardware resources, such as micro-controllers.
Security in the IoT: Digi XBee Cellular Featuring Digi TrustFence
May 18, 2017
Embedded security is a critical requirement for a growing number of connected IoT applications and devices. Evolving technology and network connectivity expose device manufacturers to significant new security risks and engineering challenges.
Cellular, Zigbee, Wi-Fi, and More: What Does It Mean To Deliver True Compatibility Regardless of Technology?
May 12, 2017
True compatibility is a combination of common hardware and software interfaces that are future-proof and provide design flexibility.
Design for LPWA with LTE Cat 1 Today. Ready for LTE-M and NB-IoT Networks Tomorrow.
May 08, 2017
LTE Cat 1 is a critical cellular technology for low-power, low-bandwidth IoT deployments. While it supports data rates of 10Mbps Downlink / 5Mbps Uplink, its not optimal for higher bandwidth applications that require streaming data or large file transfers.
Bring Your Own Cellular Network
March 21, 2017
Connecting to an on-premise network for retail terminals in third party environments may seem like a great idea. Its probably free to use and easy to set up. That is until something goes wrong.
What are the Differences Between LTE-M and NB-IoT Cellular Protocols?
March 08, 2017
New cellular protocols are set to roll out in 2017 to provide low power and low cost cellular connectivity for industrial Internet of Things applications.
Carrier Certification Testing: Avoid Last-Minute Delays and First-Test Failures
February 21, 2017
Here are four recommendations to stay ahead of cellular carrier requirements and passing initial carrier certifications the first time.
4 Top Questions About the Future of Cellular Networks in IoT
February 17, 2017
Recently, two of our product managers sat down with M2M Zone for an in-depth discussion about connectivity types in the IoT space, next-generation cellular networks, and what it all means for your IoT/M2M applications.
3 Reasons Wireless Is a Great Solution for Demanding Conditions
February 10, 2017
Industrial ecosystems can be unpredictable and are often built in challenging locations. Digi's wireless solutions help keep industrial applications connected and communicating in the most demanding conditions.
Selecting the Right Technology for Your Internet of Things Application
December 15, 2016
Developing a successful Internet of Things (IoT) application starts with selecting the right technology for your product or project. The two videos below were created to get you in the know and on the right path in less than a few minutes each.
Accelerated 4G Router Deployments Overcome Costly Broadband Breakdowns for Car Dealer
November 21, 2016
Melbourne car dealership Essendon Renault is claiming to have saved thousands of dollars a year by deploying accelerated 4G routers to avoid broadband breakdowns that it says can bring the business to a standstill.
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