Archive for June 2018

WPA3 promises more secure WiFi networking

In January, at CES 2018, Wi-Fi Alliance announced that the WPA2 encryption used to protect Wi-Fi (WI-FI) since 2004 will get a new, more secure WPA3. Now standardization is complete and new devices that support wpa3 technology can be certified. The new protocol provides a number of additional protections for Wi-Fi enabled devices. WPA3 networks

The (Almost) Unstoppable Rise of Finnish Health Tech – Medengine The Finnish health technology field is booming like never before. In 2017, health tech exports broke new records as their value rose more than 5% to over €2.2 billion. The fact that the Finnish health tech field is thriving is hardly new: over the last two decades, the value of health tech export has

Second set of 5G standards ratified | EDN The specifications for the standalone version of 5G New Radio (SA 5G NR) are now set. It represents progress, and it was delivered on schedule. Those who participated in the development of the new standard called it “a major milestone” NSA 5G NR enables wireless network operators to upgrade their 4G networks with advanced

Friday Fun: Dihydrogen monoxide hoax The dihydrogen monoxide hoax involves calling water by the unfamiliar chemical name “dihydrogen monoxide” (DHMO), and listing some of water’s effects in a particularly alarming manner, such as accelerating corrosion and causing suffocation. The hoax often calls for dihydrogen monoxide to be banned, regulated, and labeled as dangerous.

Remote Powering over communications cabling (part 3)

Remote feeding is a technology which enables operators to power several remote sites from a central location.  Remote powering implies that the power equipment is not local but some distance away. Remote means that the powering and powered equipment are in separate buildings or at different external locations inside same building.It can be used as

4 tools for building embedded Linux systems Explore Yocto, Buildroot, OpenWRT, and adapted desktop distros to determine the right option for your project. The development environment in embedded systems programming is usually very different from the testing and production environments. Typically, the build output will consist of an entire software image for the target device, including the kernel, device drivers, libraries,