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Nordic backs next generation of cellular IoT pioneers

Smart IoT Product Challenge asks start-ups to demonstrate ideas using the nRF9160 SiP-powered Tributech OEM module Nordic Semiconductor tells Incisor.tv that it is helping to uncover the next generation of cellular IoT innovators by providing its sponsorship and...

Defining the future of wireless audio

73 percent of smartphone users say listening to music has a positive effect on their wellbeing Qualcomm believes that sound is more important than ever, as it’s at the heart of so many of our technology interactions – like making calls, playing games, listening to our...

First, all-in-one, Z-Wave dimmer switch in North America

First in new illumino range of smart switches and dimmers It was near-on a decade ago that Aeotec released its first in-wall switches. Building upon that engineering know-how and experience, the Z-Wave specialist has released the first successor to its Micro and Nano...

Bluetooth technology enhances healthcare operations and patient care

Bluetooth SIG seeing increased member focus on enhanced treatment solutions and smarter healthcare facilities    Beyond the release of the public exposure notification system (ENS) and a concentration on safe return solutions, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group...

Bluetooth SIG announces Auracast broadcast audio

New Bluetooth capability to deliver innovative audio experiences The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced a new consumer brand for an upcoming audio broadcasting capability based on Bluetooth technology. This new capability, previously known as Audio...

NR+ – the World’s first non-cellular 5G standard

"NR+ will not replace DECT but will be a partner technology bringing new capabilities" The DECT forum has announced DECT NR+, an entirely new wireless technology emerging from the DECT lineage that started almost 30 years ago. This new radio is not an adaptation of...

NXP: Bring out the best in your Wi-Fi 6/6E mobile devices

The numbers for 2021 are in, and there’s no doubt about the role Wi-Fi plays in modern lifeWi-Fi 6/6E is Transformative Technology It’s easy enough to understand why Wi-Fi 6 is taking off. Increased overall performance – with faster top speeds and better management of...

Managing co-existence when wireless devices are everywhere!

By Chuck Trefts, North America General Manager, Ellisys.  On a recent sunny day, I decided I’d try to enjoy the afternoon in my backyard with a cold beverage and a little music.  I connected my phone to my AV receiver over Bluetooth and began to stream my favorite...

EnOcean: not religious about radios and protocols.

Incisor.TV talks with Raoul Wijgergangs, CEO EnOcean GmbH For many years, Incisor.TV has tracked EnOcean, the EnOcean Alliance and the eco-system based on the wireless EnOcean radio standard. We will readily admit that we’ve been a believer in the EnOcean energy...

Ellisys rolls out Advanced Bluetooth 5.2 LE Audio Capture and Analysis features

Multiple innovations solve difficult challenges for Bluetooth LE audio developers Ellisys, the provider of test and analysis solutions for Bluetooth®, Wi-Fi®, Universal Serial Bus (USB), and other wireless and wired communications technologies, has released a broad...

For optimized Wi-Fi 6/6E performance, look beyond the module

This feature from Awanish Mistra, Director of Business Development at NXP looks at the sixth generation of Wi-Fi, known as 802.11ax or simply Wi-Fi 6. This is gaining momentum, building on its combination of high speed, low latency and high device density. Add to that...

Smart home wireless networks: to mesh or not to mesh?

Why ULE’s star topology renders mesh unnecessary.   This article, by Avi Barel, Business Development Director, ULE Alliance, looks at the different approaches for smart home wireless networks, and considers the benefits and challenges of different topologies. The...

NXP: With Project CHIP, the future of Smart Home is getting a lot brighter

Project CHIP was officially announced in December 2019 and has since garnered broad-based support Sujata Neidig is currently Director of Marketing for Wireless Connectivity MCUs at NXP, focused on the Smart Home & Building market. This blog looks at the challenges...

TÜV SÜD joins Incisor.TV

Two companies combine experience across multiple tech sectorsIncisorTV is delighted to announce a new partnership with TÜV SÜD, a global provider of technical services in key areas including testing, certification, verification and knowledge transfer. In the UK, the...

EnOcean: not religious about radios and protocols.

Incisor.TV talks with Raoul Wijgergangs, CEO EnOcean GmbH For many years, Incisor.TV has tracked EnOcean, the EnOcean Alliance and the eco-system based on the wireless EnOcean radio standard. We will readily admit that we’ve been a believer in the EnOcean energy...

For optimized Wi-Fi 6/6E performance, look beyond the module

This feature from Awanish Mistra, Director of Business Development at NXP looks at the sixth generation of Wi-Fi, known as 802.11ax or simply Wi-Fi 6. This is gaining momentum, building on its combination of high speed, low latency and high device density. Add to that...

Smart home wireless networks: to mesh or not to mesh?

Why ULE’s star topology renders mesh unnecessary.   This article, by Avi Barel, Business Development Director, ULE Alliance, looks at the different approaches for smart home wireless networks, and considers the benefits and challenges of different topologies. The...

Creating and shaping the industry...

“Incisor and Vince Holton were important for the short-range wireless industry from the onset. While others clearly did, twenty years ago when I first got involved in the short-range wireless industry I didn’t realize the importance of a publication such as Incisor. However, over time I was able to see the influence Incisor had in the industry. It was read by such a wide variety of people shaping the industry that it was an important tool to reach those folks.

 

Incisor was early to publish facts supporting the fact that one technology can’t provide the optimal solution for all scenarios. Providing information on many technologies, Incisor became an important publication in the short-range wireless industry and not just the Bluetooth portion of that industry. This shift reflected the industry itself. Clearly created by Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, there is more to the short-range wireless industry than those two leaders, and this has been reflected in the pages of Incisor.

 

During the most important single event for Bluetooth technology, Vince and Incisor were there. When the agreement was signed bringing what became Bluetooth Low Energy into the SIG, Incisor covered the event, making a video and publishing articles about this momentous event which shaped the future of Bluetooth wireless technology.

 

I’d like to extend a personal “thank you” to Vince for the time and energy he put into creating and shaping the short-range wireless industry.”

 

Dr. Michael W. Foley, Wireless and IoT Consultant / Executive Director, Bluetooth Special interest Group, 2004-2012 / Wireless Architect, Microsoft, 1999-2004

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