An Introduction to the Symmetry Exclusive Wireless Add-on Board (WAB1) for Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth Smart) and Cellular Technologies
Jul 29, 2015
Symmetry has created an exclusive Wireless Add-On Board (WAB1) is designed to provide a bridge between Silicon Labs' Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth Smart) and Telit’s cellular technologies. We discuss the features of the WAB1 here.
The Silicon Labs DKWT32I-A WT32i Bluetooth Audio Development Kit is the ideal tool to evaluate the WT32i family of audio specific Bluetooth 3.0 modules. We take a look at what's in the box.
Symmetry Electronics was a Diamond Sponsor at ESC Silicon Valley Technical Conference 2015. Here, we recap the demos on display by Symmetry and partners Lantronix, Lattice Semiconductor, Multitech, RF Digital, Silicon Motion, Silvertel, and Telit.
Jul 22, 2015
Find out about RF Digital’s groundbreaking Simblee Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module. Symmetry Electronics is now accepting pre-orders for Simblee.
Jul 17, 2015
As homes become more connected through the Internet of Things, the networks over which they communicate need to be more secure, reliable, and inter-operable than ever. Here we look at Thread, a mesh networking protocol developed specifically for homes.
Symmetry Electronics, a Diamond Sponsor of ESC Silicon Valley, will be exhibiting with partners Lantronix, Lattice Semiconductor, Multitech, RF Digital, Silicon Motion, Silvertel, and Telit in Santa Clara, CA from July 20-22.
The Silicon Labs BLED112 Bluetooth Smart Dongle simplifies Bluetooth Smart development, enabling Bluetooth low energy connectivity for PC’s and other devices having a USB port. Find out more here.
Jul 6, 2015
LoRa (Long Range) Technology is being incorporated into more and more wireless devices. Why? It offers the longest range with robust links and low power usage to extend battery life. Find out more about LoRa here.
Wondering what the difference is between a System-on-Chip and a Single-Board Computer? Which one is better for your design? We explain the pros and cons of each.
Jun 29, 2015
New M2M applications are being developed at an increasing rate. This trend, coupled with the upcoming AT&T 2G network sunset, means many customers are looking for the most viable connectivity option. Here, we look at the future of LTE for M2M.
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