Tag Archives | LTE Cat-M

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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Machine to Machine – A Flexible Implementation for a Solid Future

Machine to Machine (M2M) communication spans over a wide range of communication techniques and scenarios. From wired communication like PLC to wireless communication like IEEE 802.15.4 wireless standard. From Personal Area Network (PAN) like Bluetooth to Local Area Network like WiFi to Wide Area Network (WAN) standards like cellular standard to Low Power Wide Area […]

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CEVA’s New Dragonfly Platform Speeds Time to Market for Machine-to-Machine System Design

GSMA Intelligence recently reported that there could be as many as 2 billion cellular machine-to-machine connections by 2020. Many of these connections will utilize emerging low data rate LTE standards such as LTE Cat-0 and LTE Cat-M, specifically designed to facilitate the mass-adoption of cellular connectivity in a range of IoT and M2M applications. Moreover, […]

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CEVA’s New Communication DSPs Bring Lower Power, Lower Cost to Multimode Multimode and M2M Devices

Today we announced two new DSP vector processors to address precisely these challenges – the CEVA-XC5 and CEVA-XC8. Both are the newest members of the CEVA-XC architecture, which is a highly successful DSP with more than 30 licensees and tens of millions of devices already in the market. These two cores have been designed to […]

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