Wireless Modules Will Get Cheaper, More Reliable, and Faster

January 31, 2017 Circuit Cellar Staff

Advances in wireless communications are consistently improving the usability of consumer and industrial electronics alike. Matthew Oppenheim, a researcher at InfoLab21 (Lancaster University, UK) recently shared his thoughts with us on the future of wireless technology. Fast. Cheap. Reliable. Choose any … Continue reading

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