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Designing a Wearable Body Camera with a Wireless Connector

Posted 02/20/2018 by Ehren Achee, CTO at SecuraShot Technologies

We knew what we wanted, but didn’t know how to get to a solution. We wanted to offer police officers a fully connector-less, robust body camera that could be worn throughout an entire work shift and still operate. The issue was that the camera would be capturing a lot of data throughout the day, so getting this information out without a mechanical connector had us scratching our heads. That is, until we learned about Lattice’s Snap short range wireless link technology.

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Video Quality

Everything You Ever Needed to Know About Video Quality

Posted 06/06/2017 by Peiju Chiang

When it comes to viewing a video, how do you decide which quality is best? Thanks to relentless marketing, most people would probably think that 8K is the way to go. After all, when it comes to video quality, the higher the resolution the better quality, right? Actually, that is not always the case. While resolution certainly does matter, video quality is actually the combination of a number of factors. Everything from the refresh rate of the screen to the compression applied, all will affect the final quality of the video.

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NDS’s ZeroWire® Addresses Medical Industry Challenges

Posted 01/31/2017 by Greg W. Hartman - NDS Director of Global Sales, ZeroWire

Technology is rapidly changing the environment and practice in the medical industry, including the surgical theatre commonly known as the Operating Room (OR). ORs are transitioning from a traditional model, where radiology imaging equipment resides in a separate room of the hospital, to a new Hybrid or Integrated OR model, where advanced diagnostic imaging equipment becomes an integral part of the surgical suite.

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Projecting the Future of Wireless

Projecting the Future of Wireless

Posted 09/27/2016 by Peiju Chiang

Across the consumer electronics landscape, wires have fallen out of fashion. Cellular coverage and Wi-Fi are everywhere. Wireless headphones are not only gaining popularity amongst audio brands, but also smartphone manufacturers. Wireless power has started to penetrate the mainstream as well, with international companies from Samsung to Starbucks offering wireless phone charging stations. Another area where wires are being removed is in audio & video (AV) links. Technology like WirelessHD t...

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When Wireless Technologies and Drones Soar

When Wireless Technologies and Drones Soar

Posted 08/02/2016 by Peiju Chiang

When I walked the show floor at CES 2016, I knew right then and there that drones would become one of the hottest technologies of 2016. I could not go a few steps without seeing one hovering in the air. There were drones as small as the size of your palm and drones that aimed to carry a person in flight. Even the heavy-weights like Intel, Qualcomm, and NVIDIA, had joined the fray.

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60 GHz Wireless for Industrial Applications

60 GHz Wireless for Industrial Applications

Posted 06/21/2016 by Peiju Chiang

We live in a world where we heavily rely on wireless. From high-speed data to conduct business transactions to streaming video onto mobile devices, wireless is everywhere. The growth of mobile phones and laptops have put the existing wireless spectrums under strain. And as technology and our personal needs evolve, wireless connectivity needs to keep pace with the growing demand.

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5 Reasons to Go Connector Free

5 Reasons to Go Connector Free

Posted 06/29/2015 by Bill Huang

In a world ripe with new and ever-advancing technology, our mobile devices have become an integral part of our everyday lives. Maintaining connection and organization in a busy and technologically advanced environment is made exponentially easier through mobile products. However, these handy little devices, while useful, are rather high maintenance.

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60 GHz – Breaking Through the Barriers

Posted 05/28/2015 by David Kuo

Market research estimates that the number of internet-connected devices will reach 25 billion units by 2020. That is three times the global population as estimated by the UN. Between smartphones and connected home appliances streaming 4K video or sending simple temperature settings, the world will be more connected and sooner than everyone of us expects.

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