28 Oct '13, 11pm

For the developer who may not be a wireless expert, here are two options for adding wireless capability:

For the developer who may not be a wireless expert, here are two options for adding wireless capability:

Machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity is on the rise, and as demand increases for connectivity of “things” anywhere, product developers are looking to add wireless functionality to a variety of devices. From connected cars, home appliances, healthcare, utilities and a wide range of other industries, the possibilities for M2M are endless. Developers interested in adding wireless connectivity to their products are not necessarily wireless experts. For example, a home appliance manufacturer may not be proficient in antenna design. They may not be familiar with the details of a particular wireless standard. Or they may not be aware of FCC/IC certification requirements. This lack of wireless expertise could be a significant challenge for some developers, so in order for them to get to market quickly, they can look to affordable solutions that are easy to integrate and require t...

Full article: http://electronicdesign.com/technologies/making-m2m-wlan-...

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