Listen to Jay Lent, our solutions director and consumer electronics industry veteran, on the RIoT podcast. Jay shares innovations in IoT and voice, as well as how the technologies are moving toward inclusivity.
From conference rooms and control systems to stage band applications, this post discusses numerous potential new use cases for Analog Device’s Automotive Audio Bus® (A2B) digital audio bus technology that extend the technology beyond use in automotive applications.
Delving into how the A2B audio bus technology works, this post highlights the technology’s advantages and its use in automotive applications.
Have you ever wanted to turn your lights on/off using either a physical switch running Zigbee or by a BLE application on a smartphone? Read more to discover how you can build a device to do precisely that.
Exploring Silicon Lab’s BLE/Zigbee multiprotocol implementation using their development kit based on EFR32xG21 SoCs, this post details how the protocol reduces the hardware cost as you only need one radio to support two protocols.
Josh Datko is founder of Cryptotronix, co-founder of Keylabs, Inc. and a panelist on our July 15th end-to-end product security webinar. Get to know Josh and register to hear advice for building security into every aspect of an embedded device.
Even the simplest connected device provides a broad range of attack surfaces. Weak security can result in a compromised product, exposed data, downtime and significant damage to a company’s reputation.
Wireless connectivity is cheap enough to use in disposable products opening up countless applications for our customers. So, is disposable Bluetooth something less robust than regular Bluetooth? What makes it disposable?
Voice assistants make our lives easier and streamline our relationship with technology. Much of that evolution can be credited to the developments in neural network software and new hardware that allow the use of voice technologies in low-power applications.
In this blog, we describe how to set up and work with a LoRa GPS-tracker node device. These devices, among other functions, typically keep track of their location via GPS and send their data through gateways onto the LoRaWAN network.