Designing with wired or wireless networks for M2M and other embedded designs and the protocols to use.


Dynamic Routing Mechanisms in Wireless Sensor Networks

A dynamic routing strategy that uses an improved collection tree protocol to make wireless HART work as an effective mechanism for industrial Read More


The IEEE 802.11ah Wi-Fi Approach to M2M Communications

An evaluation of the IEEE 802.11ah amendment and its feasibility as a Wi-Fi based wireless machine-to-machine protocol in many wireless sensor Read More


Addressing MIPI M-PHY connectivity challenges for more efficient testing

As the industry moves to adopt the MIPI Alliance’s M-PHY standard, designers are encountering some significant challenges related to oscilloscope Read More


Partitioning and its impact on network and storage systems: Part 2 - Upgrading bare metal network designs

In the second in a two-part series on network and storage system partitioning, Scott Geng of Egenera delves into the value that partitioning brings Read More


Partitioning and its impact on network and storage systems: Part 1 - When technology breaks up

In the first in a two-part series Scott Geng of Egenera outlines the various approaches to network and storage system partitioning in building server Read More


Rapid SDR-prototyping of IEEE 802.11ah wireless M2M networks

The use of a software defined radio platform to build a MIMO based WLAN to test prototypes of an IEEE 802.11ah wireless local area network configured Read More


An adaptive user-guided tool for power management of mobile devices

BatteryExtender, a user-guided power management tool that enables the reconfiguration of the device’s resources based on the workload requirement, Read More


Assessing 8-bit MCU communication interfaces for the Internet of Things

In this Product How-To article Tom David of Silicon Labs assesses the small footprint communications protocols such as SPI and I2C in 8-bit Internet Read More


Designing optimal wireless base station MIMO antennae: Part 2 – A maximum likelihood receiver

In this second of a two-part series, the authors describe the design choices necessary to build a maximum likelihood receiver for a multiple input, Read More


What is the Internet of Things?

GeorgiaTech’s Alain Louchez makes an effort to come up with a useful definition and structure for the amorphous collection of wireless sensor Read More


Scalable Cloud Services for the Internet of Things through CoAP

A new IoT architecture based on the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) for resource-constrained devices that takes advantage of the HTML Read More


Optimal design for symbiotic wearable wireless sensors

The health and safety requirements of wearable sensors embedded in jewelry, piercings or contact lenses are non-intuitive and may involve Read More


Home automation system design: the basics

The basics of selecting a home automation system architecture and how the use of a programmable system-on-chip approach can simplify implementation Read More


Pre-compliance testing for WLAN transmitters

An important element in adding wireless Internet-of-Things capabilities to your embedded design is going through the rigorous compliance testing the Read More


An OSGI middleware for using IoT sensor networks as a service paradigm

An OSGi-based middleware, called Sensor Node Plug-in System (SNPS), where sensors are no longer low-level devices producing raw measurement data, but Read More


Design and implementation of XMPP on IPv6-based Wireless Sensor Networks

Extending XMPP to wireless sensor networks based in IPv6, using a lightweight XMPP client protocol software optimized for sensor nodes with UDP Read More


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Meeting the USB IP Requirements of SoC Designs from 180-nm to 14/16-nm FinFET

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