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Fachtag Medizintechnik und Funk“ – auch für Nicht-Medizintechniker

Auf vielfachen Kundenwunsch gibt es am 14. April ein Seminar „Medizintechnik und Funk“ – auch für Nicht-Medizintechniker. Auszug Agenda (Details mit Zeit und Ort im Anhang): Entwicklungsarbeit: Bespiele aus der Medizintechnik, seleon GmbH, Peter Hartung Funkmodule für die Medizintechnik: Update over the Air/Ortung der Geräte ohne GPS und mehr, Quectel Ltd., Edward Huang Kritische Punkte […]

Can a magician reveal the magic tricks?

Vector Network Analyser - Euro 2900 only

As many already know, I am interested in antennas. My great interest is integrated antennas. Such antennas can be found in gateways for electricity meters, but also in portable point of sale systems. Even permanently installed telematics devices use integrated antennas. For many developers integrated antennas are still magic. Is it allowed to reveal some […]

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 […]

Maybe the IoT does not make sense!

The Washington Post told us three reasons why the Internet of Things does not make sense. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/innovations/wp/2015/01/16/3-reasons-why-the-internet-of-things-still-doesnt-make-sense/ With sense or without sense I have to quote out of my Cookbook. Since 25 years I’m in wireless data communication. We transmitted data out of cars with 3600 bit per second by FSK in private mobile radios. […]

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