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Imagination announces new iEB110 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) v5.2 IP

iEB110, a complete BLE v5.2 solution is aimed at developers of the next generation of audio applications Imagination Technologies has announced its Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) IP, supporting the latest Bluetooth SIG version 5.2 specification. iEB110 is apparently a...

Altran and 5TONIC to Innovate the Future of Mobility Using 5G

Altran is sharing its intelligent edge computing platform and research to improve the reliability and performance of advanced driver assistance systemsAltran, an engineering and R&D services company, and 5TONIC, an open research and innovation laboratory of which...

MWC closes – Anritsu opens web exhibition

MWC Closes - Anritsu opens web exhibitionWith MWC Barcelona 2020 cancelled to help prevent the spread of the Corona virus, Anritsu Corporation launch its own Anritsu Web Exhibition on February 25, 2020. Found at...

Semtech Releases LoRa Edge for IoT Applications

Semtech platform integrates GNSS, Wi-Fi scanning into an ultra-low power LoRa TransceiverSemtech Corporation has announced LoRa Edge, a low power software defined LoRa-based platform that will enable a portfolio of applications for indoor and outdoor asset management,...

Naming Bluetooth

The full story of how Bluetooth got it's name, by Jim Kardach. First I would like to thank my buddy Vince Holton for allowing me to update this article for publication in the very last Incisor magazine issue (thanks Vince).  Vince was there from the start, and about...

Testing WLAN radio modules with 2×2 MIMO

The R&S CMW500 wideband radio communication tester from Rohde & Schwarz is suitable for diverse WLAN tests in production and development. This includes comprehensive measurements of MIMO transmissions up to IEEE 802.11ax as well as coexistence tests with radio...

DECT and the Future of Healthcare

DECT and the Future of Healthcare. DECT Forum consultant Stephen Berger writes about the potential role for DECT in the changing healthcare delivery systems.   In its “2019 US and Global Health Care Industry Outlook”[1] Deloitte observes that the US healthcare...

Dr Mike Foley: “The magazine with the funny name”

The magazine with a funny name about a technology with a funny name By Dr Mike FoleyThe publication with the funny name, just like the technology which was its original focus, is coming to an end as a monthly publication. After twenty years the Incisor magazine is...

Ellisys Ready on Day One of Highly Anticipated Bluetooth® 5.2 Roll-Out

Company’s Qualification and Analysis Platforms Enabling Development of Next-Generation Bluetooth Audio Ellisys, a leading worldwide provider of test and analysis solutions for Bluetooth, Wi-Fi®, Universal Serial Bus (USB), and other wired and wireless communications...

Putting energy harvesting in the spotlight

Evolving building performance regulation puts energy harvesting in the spotlight  The latest EU EPBD building directive’s emphasis on building automation underscores the need for smart implementation of smart buildings  By Graham Martin, Chairman, EnOcean...

Man who controlled house while walking dog

UPDATE FROM MAN WHO CONTROLLED HOUSE WHILE WALKING DOG IN 1999!*By Risto Linturi: When 20 years ago my ideas first appeared on these pages, I was not a professional futurist. I was an executive catalyst trying to push broadband communication services forward.  I...

The Evolution of Incisor

Incisor was created to track Bluetooth and the industry around itVince Holton tells the Incisor story It's 21 years since I sat down and created the first ever issue of Incisor. Yes, we first published the mag in December 1998. Our goal was to help the world...

Ellisys Ready on Day One of Highly Anticipated Bluetooth® 5.2 Roll-Out

Company’s Qualification and Analysis Platforms Enabling Development of Next-Generation Bluetooth Audio Ellisys, a leading worldwide provider of test and analysis solutions for Bluetooth, Wi-Fi®, Universal Serial Bus (USB), and other wired and wireless communications...

Putting energy harvesting in the spotlight

Evolving building performance regulation puts energy harvesting in the spotlight  The latest EU EPBD building directive’s emphasis on building automation underscores the need for smart implementation of smart buildings  By Graham Martin, Chairman, EnOcean...

Man who controlled house while walking dog

UPDATE FROM MAN WHO CONTROLLED HOUSE WHILE WALKING DOG IN 1999!*By Risto Linturi: When 20 years ago my ideas first appeared on these pages, I was not a professional futurist. I was an executive catalyst trying to push broadband communication services forward.  I...

The Evolution of Incisor

Incisor was created to track Bluetooth and the industry around itVince Holton tells the Incisor story It's 21 years since I sat down and created the first ever issue of Incisor. Yes, we first published the mag in December 1998. Our goal was to help the world...

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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