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Comparison of NFC, Classic Bluetooth, Bluetooth Smart and WLAN

Presentation at Droidcon 2012 in Berlin 16 slides about short range radio links inside an Android device for download: http://www.box.com/s/d538e0081ff656c3d899 The focus of this presentation is on Bluetooth Smart. Bluetooth Smart was called WiBree years ago. Later on it was renamed to Bluetooth Low Energy also called Bluetooth 4.0. Four names for the same technology. […]

Comparision of radio links inside an Android device and examples for applications

Useful radio links inside an Android Smart Phone Droidcon 2012 in Berlin 14.03.2012 /15.30 – 16.00 Harald Naumann Sensors, Interaction http://de.droidcon.com/session/comparsion-radio-links-inside-android-device-and-examples-applications A lot of people are not aware about other radio links inside a Android phone parallel to 3G and 4G radio link for voice and data communication. To explain the latest technologies we will […]

GSM and GPS meets short-range radio

OBU (On Board Unit) and short-range radios An inexpensive  trailer detection on 2400 MHz radio modules is indeed already published. http://www.gsm-modem.de/M2M/m2m-faq/trailer-detection-active-rfid/ Through the use of ICs, which were developed for consumer products, the bill of materials is very low. Last week, a GSM / ISM Bridge required based on Linux. A GPS module is also […]

Q&A: Smart Home, Android@Home, NFC, Bluetooth and 6LoWPAN

Questions and answers about Smart Home, Android@Home, NFC, Blueotooth and 6LoWPAN Q&A about Smart Home, Android@Home, NFC, Bluetooth and 6LoWPAN during the event at c-base in Berlin. Slides in upload here: http://www.box.net/shared/dhb87ifp9k7ox2o6fmil c-base e.V. The c-base e.V. is a non-profit organization to promote education in the areas of hardware, software and network technology. The multi-faceted […]

CR95HF – transceiver IC for NFC – Near Field Communication

The CR95HF manages the frame coding and decoding in Reader mode for standard applications such as NFC, proximity and vicinity standards. It embeds the Analog Front End for 13.56 MHz Air Interface and supports relevant protocols. In Healthcare it can be used to read information from medical devices or program the configuration memory through standard […]

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