The new Fifth-Generation (5G) wireless infrastructure provides a platform for improved and innovative applications, writes Tim Jones for Mouser Electronics. Not only will the new Fifth- Generation (5G) wireless infrastructure open the door to new applications, but it will greatly improve the applications that exist today for 4G and earlier wireless generations. With the 5G … Continue reading 5G infrastructure enables new and radical applications
The roll-out of 5G across Australia is an opportunity for companies to adopt the technology ahead of their competition. However, to fully take advantage of 5G, particularly for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications, electronic components will need to be be part of the solution. Mouser Electronics, a global distributor of semiconductor and electronic components, … Continue reading 5G: What is the current potential for Australian businesses?
Mouser Electronics, Inc. is now stocking the SAM R30 sub-GHz module from Microchip Technology. The industry’s smallest IEEE 802.15.4-compliant module, the SAM R30 combines an ultra-low-power microcontroller with a sub-GHZ radio in a 12.7 × 11 mm package, enabling long-lasting battery life in space-constrained designs like wireless-networked sensors and controls in home automation, smart city, … Continue reading Microchip’s SAM R30 sub-GHz module for ultra-low-power WPAN designs
Star of the MythBusters series and Netflix show White Rabbit Project, Grant Imahara, will continue his science and engineering engagement work with Mouser Electronics, explaining the next big ideas in engineering. Imahara will lead the Empowering Innovation Together series: Engineering Big Ideas. In the series, Imahara breaks down a big idea, in this case, the … Continue reading TV scientist explains engineering’s big ideas
Bob Martin explains Mouser Electronics’ role in improving manufacturing processes. The number of technology makers – that is, people using basic electromechanical components to build something new – is increasing, and that increase influences professional electrical design engineers. These innovators are now incorporating products an amateur maker might use, such as a single-board computer or … Continue reading Taking up technology trends
A 2018 PwC report, Australia’s IoT Opportunity: Driving Future Growth, stated that across five industries assessed, which represent 25 per cent of Australia’s GDP, the Internet of Things (IoT) can achieve potential annual benefits of $194-$308 billion over a period of 8-18 years. This impact translates into average productivity improvements of about 2 per cent … Continue reading IoT solutions that improve sustainability processes