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Bridging the Gap Between Playing and Learning Children learn many things in different ways. Each child has his own way of learning, some learn visually, others through touch, taste, and sound. As ...Keep Reading
Distinct Features of i.MX 7 from i.MX 6 Is i.MX 7 is an advanced and powerful successor of i.MX 6? We will ordinarily assume it that way, but the nuances of i.MX 7 shows that it is designed ...Keep Reading
Develop BLE/IoT Gateway Using Linux Box LB-100AN With the development of sensors, wireless communication, embedded systems and cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT) technology is used in many app...Keep Reading
Bluetooth Evaluation Made Easy for QCA9377-Based SX-SDMAC Over the years Bluetooth has evolved from being used mostly for audio streaming and file sharing with BT2.0, to high-speed file transfer with BT2.1. W...Keep Reading
The Next-Generation SX-SDMAC Plus Delivers Smaller Size, Lower Cost, and Higher Performance Silex Technology America, Inc., a global leader in wired and wireless networking solutions, today announced the newest member of the SX-SDMAC family, ...Keep Reading
Connectivity with Intelligence: SX-ULPGN Low Power WiFi Seminar Oct 5 2017  to   Nov 29 2017 Sponsored by Qualcomm Technologies, Silex and Arrow Electronics Get hands-on experience with incorporating intelligent Wi...Keep Reading
Add Ultra Low Power WiFi Using UART AT Command Set Silex has released a new version (12.2.x) of our UART AT Command Set for Qualcomm's Ultra Low Power WiFi IoT Soc QCA4010. Our new product is called SX...Keep Reading
Smallest Footprint 802.11ac plus Bluetooth Module in the Market Silex Technology America, the global leader in providing  Wi-Fi solutions on June 2nd 2017 launched the latest embedded wireless solution , the SX-SDP...Keep Reading
Select the Right IoT Module for Your Application Need a low-latency, high reliability solution in a small form factor for your wireless medical device? Or a low-cost low power wireless option for con...Keep Reading
Catching the Perfect Wave of 802.11ac Time to Move to Reliable, Next-Generation, Enterprise Wi-Fi Networks 802.11ac has quickly become the current Wi-Fi standard as 802.11n gradually moves...Keep Reading