December 20, 2022

    Whether inspired by finding lost car keys, increasing the speed of your Wi-Fi hot spot or ensuring your BMW is still talking—even after you've steered it into a guardrail—Qorvo Blog visitors have really slurped up the connectivity content during 2022. In fact, of the five most read articles posted on the Qorvo Blog in '22, three focused on the continued evolution of Wi-Fi and emergence of the Matter standard. The other two would have helped you discover your car keys under the couch cushion using Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology and tackle the antenna challenges of automotive e-Calls to ensure that “help is on the way.” Here are the Top Five blogs of 2022.

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    #1 How Does Ultra-Wideband Work? Learn from Qorvo Experts

    Imagine being able to design your application with pinpoint accuracy—down to a few centimeters. Meet ultra-wideband (UWB) and the exciting applications it's enabling. Read More.

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    #2 Connectivity Q&A: What's Next for Wi-Fi 6 & 6E in the European Union?

    Wi-Fi is an international standard—but rollouts differ by region. How different is the Wi-Fi rollout in Europe? David Schnaufer explores the European Union's Wi-Fi deployment to help engineers navigate their way through the complexities. Read More.

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    #3 Beyond the Mobile Phone: Designing Wi-Fi FEMs into AR/VR and IIOT

    Wi-Fi Front-End Modules (FEMS) are now enabling new and exciting applications beyond traditional mobile devices. Because of the latest advancements in Wi-Fi technology, we are experiencing an explosion of innovative wireless ecosystems like gaming, military and industrial applications. Here's what you need to know. Read More.

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    #4 Wi-Fi 7 & Matter Ratification: What You Need to Know

    Wi-Fi 7 is on the horizon. Now's the time to start talking about what it will offer and enable. Its capabilities combined with Matter—the industry-unifying standard for connected things—will open doors to new designs and new solutions to current design challenges. Here's what you need to know. Read More.

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    #5 What Engineers Need to Know to Achieve an Enhanced eCall Automotive Design

    Much of emergency calling (eCall) RF front-end design resides around the antenna, switch, and circuit loss due to either components or matching. This blog post explores these challenges and provides straightforward approaches to fully optimize your design. Read More.


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