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Update IoT / M2M Cookbook, 3 hour Antenna Tutorial, IoT at Electronica in Munich

IoT M2M Cookbook

This quarter I have a lot of IoT / M2M news for you: 1. Update IoT / M2M Cookbook Since 4 weeks the update is on the server, listed here: http://www.gsm-modem.de/M2M/m2m_iot_cookbook/ More than 12 pages are related to ceramic chip loop antennas for GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. Loop antennas have no hand effect and will not […]

IoT M2M Cookbook – How to develop a device based on Wireless Wide Area Network modules – Abstract

IoT M2M Cookbook

Abstract: IoT M2M Cookbook für die deutschsprachige Presse IoT M2M Cookbook – How to develop a device based on Wireless Wide Area Network modules Am Beispiel eines Gerätes zur Ortung wird der Aufbau einer IoT-M2M-Applikation erklärt. Dazu kommen Funkmodule für Mobilfunk und GPS zum Einsatz. Entwickler, die ein Gerät für Industrie 4.0 ohne Ortung designen, […]

Hospital for Antennas – Our third IoT M2M outpatient – the magnetic mount cellular antenna

Magnetic mount cellular antenna on metal plate

Our third patient has a popular name. The manufacturers have called it the magnetic mount antenna. Further details about the third mobile antenna patient are given in the test below. Here are the medical records of the cellular magnetic mount antenna: Frequency bands: GSM 850/900 MHz, GSM 1800 / 1900 MHz, UMTS 2100 Frequency range: […]

Hospital for Antennas – Our second IoT M2M out-patient – cellular stubby antenna

Stubby cellular antenna with right angle SMA

Our second patient has a name as well. The manufacturers have called it the cellular stubby antenna. Further details about the second mobile antenna patient are given in the test below. Here are the medical records of the cellular stubby antenna: Frequency bands: GSM 850/900 MHz, GSM 1800 / 1900 MHz, UMTS 2100 Frequency range: […]

Feedback from the IoT Meetup in Munich

Antennas – The key for success in your IoT / M2M application

The topic on this evening was “Wireless Technologies for IoT – Antennas and Beacons”. http://www.meetup.com/IoTMunich/events/219391820/?_af_eid=219391820&_af=event&a=uc1_te Thanks to all participants. If I am informed right then 75 out of 148 people with interest in IoT stayed and listened on this evening. Thank you for all the interesting meetings during the event. Nevertheless, I already got several […]

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