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Choosing RF protocols for industrial, scientific and medical applications

David Beck, Director of Technical Marketing, Symmetry Electronics

The RF protocols that developers use for industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) applications must meet exacting requirements for robustness, reliability, and connectivity. Today, developers can choose among several good options. Read more →

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Top 6 Considerations in OEM Cellular Design - Telit Newsletter Article - September 2012

Madhura Dhamne, Technical Marketing Engineer

Before starting your cellular design choose the cellular network provider you are going to work with or in simple words think about which SIM cards your customers will use. Read more →

If you need an antenna for your design, we have those too.

Antenova EAD RF Digital CAEN RFID
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Cellular Adds Complexity to the RF Design Process

David Beck, Director of Technical Marketing, Symmetry Electronics

A major difference between a cellular M2M and an RF design, is working with network providers that offer different coverage areas and rate plans. Read more →

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