Welcome to today's episode, part of our Wireless Power Series, where we will be exploring the fascinating world of RF wireless power. Radio Frequency (RF) wireless power technology has rapidly evolved in recent years and has become a promising solution for powering various devices and applications without the need for cords and cables.
I recently had the opportunity to catch up with Charlie Greene, COO & CTO of Powercast Corporation. Charlie shares his insights into RF Wireless power, Powercast, and the application areas where RF Wireless Power are most applicable.
Whether you're an engineer looking to understand the latest trends in wireless power technology or simply someone interested in the cutting-edge advancements in electronics, this podcast is for you. So sit back, relax, and get ready to discover the exciting world of RF wireless power. -TH
Welcome to this special episode of our podcast, where we will be discussing the Mobile World Congress 2023. The Mobile World Congress is the world's largest gathering for the mobile industry, where top mobile brands, operators, and technology companies come together to showcase their latest products, services, and innovations. Held annually in Barcelona, Spain, the Mobile World Congress is a platform for industry leaders to network, share insights, and discuss the future of mobile technology.
In this episode, we will be taking a closer look at some of the most exciting announcements and trends that emerged from this year's Mobile World Congress. From the latest smartphones and mobile devices to breakthroughs in 5G technology, we will be exploring the most notable developments in the mobile industry and what they mean for consumers, businesses, and the broader technology landscape.
So, whether you are a tech enthusiast, a business owner, or simply curious about the latest mobile innovations, be sure to tune in as we take you through the highlights of the Mobile World Congress. -TH
Welcome to today's episode Connections!, where we will be exploring the world of 3Ghz. In recent years, 3Ghz has become an increasingly important topic as we rely more and more on wireless technology in our everyday lives. But what exactly is 3Ghz, and why is it so important?
In this episode, I'm joined by Andy Clegg of Google, and Richard Bernhardt of WISPA, and we will dive into the state of 3Ghz past, present and future!
Whether you're a tech enthusiast or just curious about the world around you, this episode is sure to be informative and thought-provoking. So join us as we explore the fascinating world of 3Ghz, and discover the role it plays in shaping our digital future. -TH
2022 was an interesting year in wireless. Prakash Sangam of Tantra Analyst and the WCA Board of Directors, joins me to discuss a wide range of topics, from 5G, Private Networks, CBRS, to WiFi 6, 6E and 7. We had some interesting talk about how the 3GPP and the industry are beginning to look at 6G. Finally, at the end of 2022 there was a downturn in tech, which we will also cover along with the work from home situation. -TH
LoRaWAN, LoRa Alliace, LPWAN, can be confusing. Join my discussion with Alper Yegin, the Vice-Chair of the LoRa Alliance to learn about Low Powered WAN and how LoRaWAN is deploying global solutions. We will also discuss Actility, an IoT platform company for LoRaWAN.
With a global economic value of Wi-Fi expected to reach $5 trillion USD by 2025 and billions of devices shipped each year, Wi-Fi is one of the greatest success stories of the technology era. Today, we're joined by long term WiFi expert Gabe Desjardins of Broadcom where we discuss, WiFi 6, WiFi 6E, 6GHZ, WiFi 7 and the future of WiFi. -TH
I spoke with Huw Rees, of Netexperience to catch up on the latest in the world of OpenWiFI. OpenWiFi is the open source WiFi system from the Telecom Infra Project(TIP), a global community of hundreds of companies from service providers, technology partners and systems integrators. Listen in and learn about the disruption taking place within the WiFI community which is resulting in ubiquitous WiFi at lower costs! - TH
I caught up with Zac Freeman of WiFi pioneer Newracom to talk about HaLow.
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED HaLow™, the designation for products incorporating IEEE 802.11ah technology, augments Wi-Fi by operating in spectrum below 1 gigahertz (GHz) to offer longer range and lower power connectivity. Join us as Zac walks us through some of the interesting use cases, capabilities and challenging operating environments where HaLow shines! - TH
In March 2020 when everything shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic the world stopped. People were sent home from work, students were sent home from school, but if you had connectivity, you could work, go to class, shop all on-line. Many areas however don't have that connectivity, and for a number of reasons. Today we'll explore the digital divide with David Witkowski of Joint Venture Silicon Valley. David is focused on Civic Initiatives, which includes connectivity. Join us for an interesting discussion on the problem, and ways to address the gap between those who have connectivity and those who don't. -TH