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The automotive cabin is undergoing technological renaissance—driven by consumer demands for aesthetics and safety. However, the smart surface, inspired by the smartphone, face challenges in adapting to the digital age. Learn how the auto industry has embraced force-sensing solutions to hone in-vehicle controls.
UWB technology has revolutionized location and communication capabilities, surpassing previous technologies in terms of accuracy. It is responsible for micro-location services, where radio anchors accurately pinpoint tags within a few centimeters. This blog post profiles a real-life UWB case study where a manufacturer used UWB to transform and modernize its operations and embrace digitalization.
Radar technology has been around for almost 100 years and has undergone substantial advancements during that time. Contemporary technologies have allowed for more precision, to consume less power, and to occupy less space—giving way to commercial uses like weather detection, air traffic control and automotive applications. And with new advancements come new challenges. This blog post provides the basics of next-gen X-band radar designs and integration.
We all use TWS ear buds for conversations, meetings, and entertainment. These small devices present challenges for multi-function buttons due to their size and power requirements and manufacturability and reliability. Qorvo’s MEMS force sensors give designers more choices on how to integrate functionality while eliminating the challenges of mechanical and capacitive controls.
Learn about the power of Wi-Fi 6E/7 tri-band that provides an extra 1200 MHz of bandwidth for gateways that can achieve gigabit speeds. But beware, navigating this expanded spectrum calls for advanced coexistence measures in environments where licensed operational fixed, common carrier, and television services already thrive.