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White Papers : Aerospace
Applications and the Evolution of EMP/HEMP Filter Technologies Designed to Mitigate Naturally Occurring EMI and Intentional EMI Threats

A new age of electronic warfare and terrorism has already begun, as some of the most vulnerable targets of a rival nation or organization are their energy infrastructure, communications, and networking systems....

White Papers : Communications
Evaluation of LTE-M towards 5G IoT Requirements

LTE-M, a machine-focused variant of the 3GPP LTE standard, is designed to meet the high-coverage, low-cost, and low-power consumption requirements of the Internet of Things (IoT). In January 2017, a group of more than a dozen industry players evaluated LTE-M's coverage performance, and published a...

White Papers : Medical
Printed Electronics Primer: an Introduction to the Basics of Printed Electronics

This white paper provides an overview of how printed electronics (PE) can help you fit more functionality into smaller spaces, while maximizing cost efficiency. You will learn the basic terminology and gain an understanding of today’s PE industry, including...

White Papers : Automotive
The Reality of Application Security: Scare Tactics or Genuine Threat?

Guardians of application security have perhaps become slightly immune to the fearful messages of cybersecurity vendors. The combination of ‘Big Data’ with an exponentially growing Internet of Things (IoT) would seem to provide the perfect storm conditions for the...

White Papers : Electronics & Computers
Testing eCall: How Developers Can Use an eCall Simulator to Optimize IVS Designs

The complexities of the modern cars continue to increase with more and more technology being added to support new communications applications and safety features.

White Papers : Electronics & Computers
Enabling Small-Form-Factor, High-Capacity Small-Cell Platforms

There are about eight billion people who use cellphones to communicate, access social media, and upload and download videos and other content. This insatiable demand for connectivity and data will continue to increase. By 2020, and beyond, there could be a 1,000x increase in mobile...

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