With the IoT space rapidly growing and spanning into diverse application areas, there are numerous requirements that will be hard for a single technology to address, and while progress is being made, there are still questions on how well these requirements will be met and how fast chipset manufacturers will develop new technologies to support various vertical market’s needs. This white paper covers new non-cellular technologies that are being deployed globally today, in addition to emerging cellular standards.
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Mesh networking comes to Bluetooth
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