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In this post, we’ll discuss the most significant points of each feature of the specification including the upcoming Electronic Shelf Label (ESL) Profile.
The words “pre-certified” sound like the work is already done. It isn’t – and OEMs need to shift perspectives to achieve true partnership and better outcomes with their test house.
Our new Summit SOM 8M Plus is powered by NXP’s innovative i.MX 8M Plus processor and 88W8997 wireless silicon coupled with onboard NXP PMICs (PCA9450CHN and PM823UK), performance LPDDR4 RAM, and eMMC 5.1 storage.
The Summit SOM 8M Plus is now in stock and ready for your application! The Summit SOM 8M Plus delivers powerful NXP edge processing with NXP Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Laird Connectivity’s decades in wireless design and hardware engineering have helped make us experts in providing pre-certified wireless modules for adding wireless to our customers’ devices.
Laird Connectivity, in addition to being a wireless module, IoT device, and antenna manufacturer, is also a full-service partner in the development and testing of wireless products for our customers.
Wireless connectivity is increasingly an absolute requirement in new products across every industry. The applications of the future are connected to the internet, and a solid wireless strategy is the bridge to that future.
Navigating the certifications process, as we’ve discussed on this blog, is a difficult process. At its best, it requires coordinated testing, careful hardware design, and a wide range of regulatory requirements.
No matter what your device does or where it operates, if it’s an electronic device it is capable of both creating and receiving unwanted electromagnetic behavior.