Archive | Wi-Fi

Game of IoT Communication Protocols: LoRa, Sigfox, NB-IoT, Wi-Fi- Will There be a Sole Ruler?

As the Internet of Things (IoT) develops and evolves across the globe, the competition between communication protocols grows increasingly heated. Instead of signs of consolidation towards one solution; companies, organizations and interest groups are inventing and refining more and more ways to tackle the challenge. This is no coincidence. The IoT is a huge domain […]

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Wi-Fi for IoT: Overcoming Connectivity Standard Fragmentation Using a Software-Defined Modem

The number of devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly increasing, and showing no signs of slowing down. Of the many different communication standards used for IoT connectivity, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are by far the most dominant. By 2020, These two technologies are forecast to connect 30 billion devices, with Wi-Fi taking […]

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RivieraWaves Surf IP platform gets Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac status, Celeno deploys CEVA-XC in latest 802.11ac Wave 2 4×4 Products

ABI Research predicts that more than 13.5 billion Wi-Fi enabled devices will have shipped by 2020, making Wi-Fi along with Bluetooth the two most broadly adopted wireless technologies worldwide. At CEVA, we continue to invest in and advance our connectivity offerings to meet the growing demand for connectivity IP. Since we acquired RivieraWaves in July […]

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Download: RivieraWaves Wi-Fi Stream 802.11ac Wave 3 software-defined modem (SDM) White Paper

The RivieraWaves Wi-Fi IP family offers a comprehensive suite of platforms for embedding Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac into SoCs/ASSPs. Optimized implementations are available targeting a broad range of connected devices, including smartphones, wearables, consumer electronics, smart home, gateway, industrial and automotive applications. Each of the RivieraWaves Wi-Fi platforms incorporates the Upper MAC (UMAC), Lower MAC (LMAC) and […]

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WiFi Three Ways from CEVA

Designers planning to integrate Wi-Fi capability into an SoC are now faced with a number of choices. In a recent blog post in Electronic Engineering Journal, Editor Bryon Moyer discussed the options available depending on the priorities for data throughput rates, power consumption levels and numbers of supported users. He illustrated this with reference to […]

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CEVA’s Bluetooth Smart 4.2 IP is Now Fully Qualified by the Bluetooth SIG!

­­ Today we have announced the qualification of our RivieraWaves Bluetooth Smart 4.2 IP. This is the 3rd generation of this very successful Bluetooth Smart product line which is already shipping in tens of millions of devices. It can be found in a variety of ultra-low power connected applications including wearables, health and fitness sensors, sport, […]

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Thoughts About IoT Connectivity

Nowadays, when technology buffs talk about Wi-Fi, they (we..) are generally referring to the 802.11ac standard found in our latest smartphones and home routers, or possibly 802.11p in the automotive space. However, recently more of these conversations have centered around an older Wi-Fi standard that, thanks to the Internet of Things, is making a resurgence […]

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Download Linley’s new report: “CEVA Makes Waves in Wearables”

2 weeks after CEVA unveiled its new Wi-Fi IP Platforms that enable a broad range of connected devices, the Linley Group has published a review of  the new products called: “CEVA Makes Waves in Wearables”. For the full article in Linley’s Mobile Chip report click here. To quote from the report: “CEVA has collaborated with two suppliers of RF/analog-front-end […]

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