WiSpry and SkyeTek Release World’s First RF MEMS-Tuned UHF RFID Antenna

IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–WiSpry, Inc., the leader in high-performance tunable radio frequency micromechanical (RF MEMS) semiconductor products for the wireless industry, today announced that SkyeTek, Inc. has leveraged the company’s adaptive antenna tuning technology to develop the first RF MEMS-enabled radio frequency identification (RFID) reader. The compact SkyeModuleTM Nova features WiSpry’s RF MEMS products, automatically correcting […]

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Indoor Nav Goes Hybrid

By George Hsu, president and CEO, PNI Sensor Chicago O’Hare Airport has 17 different Starbucks. The line at the Starbucks nearest your departure gate is startlingly long – so what’s the quickest way to find another Starbucks? There’s an interactive map of O’Hare Airport, complete with all the Starbucks, but since you’re so caffeine-deprived, you’re having […]

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Design Challenges for Wearables

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in ecnmag.  This holiday season, most of my friends/family received some form of wearable device as a gift. Even my 84-year-old dad is joining the wearable bandwagon and is finally giving himself what should probably be termed the original “wearable” — a hearing aid. As executive director of MEMS Industry […]

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MEMS The Word

FROM THE CHIEF STRATEGY OFFICER STEVE WHALLEY Of the hundreds of great ideas to come out of the 10th annual MEMS Executive Congress, I have the privilege to expound upon one – with the help of Co-Creation expert Francis Gouillart. TIME for a MEMS and SENSOR LED REVOLUTION IN AGRICULTURE and FOOD MIG MEMBER SPOTLIGHT […]

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Sensor Fusion and New Sensor Interface Developments Open Up Innovation

http://semico.com/content/sensor-fusion-and-new-sensor-interface-developments-open-innovation published by Tony Massimini on Tue, 2014-11-11 23:36 Last week at the MEMS Executive Congress in Scottsdale, Arizona (Nov. 5-7, 2014) two separate announcements were made that will have long term impact on sensors. The MEMS Industry Group announced the first open source algorithm community for sensor fusion and the MIPI Alliance introduced a […]

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