Connect with TI’s experts about the latest products, trends and “ah-ha” moments driving the wireless connectivity industry forward.
    • Mar 17, 2017

    Meet SimpleLink™ Academy

    Here at TI we understand that the connected technology industry is more competitive than ever. Because of this atmosphere, we are constantly looking for new ways to help developers get up and running faster, hit the market first and deliver innovative connected applications. Last year, we announced TI’s new resource, SimpleLink™ Academy...
    • Mar 15, 2017

    Rapidly scale your connected solutions with the new SimpleLink™ MCU platform

    As the world becomes more connected, embedded systems continue to add new connectivity options, along with advanced sensing capabilities and local analytics. And a rapidly expanding list of functionalities drives the need for new protocol stacks, sop...
    • Mar 14, 2017

    Long range sensor-to-cloud: Connecting to Amazon Web Services with Sub-1 GHz-based devices

    Proven effective through many years of use in proprietary networks, bands within the Sub-1 GHz frequency enable long-range communication for applications such as connected door or window sensors, smoke alarms and metering. In addition to long-range, these radio waves can better penetrate walls and bend around obstacles while consuming very little power...
    • Mar 8, 2017

    It’s here! SensorTag kit ecosystem adds Wi-Fi® to the family!

    Demonstrating your Internet of Things (IoT) cloud application has never been easier! A new addition to the SimpleLink™ SensorTag family, our SimpleLink Wi-Fi® CC3200 SensorTag kit enables developers to connect to the cloud faster and easier than before. Available now, the SimpleLink Wi-Fi SensorTag kit leverages our low-power SimpleLink...
    • Mar 7, 2017

    Use TI’s Bluetooth® low energy solution to differentiate your HomeKit products

    Home automation has grown tremendously in recent years thanks to the accessibility of wireless technologies and – more importantly – the standardization of previously diverging standards and protocols. One standardization effort is Apple’s HomeKit technology, a framework that defines a common protocol and environment where HomeKit...
    • Feb 28, 2017

    How to efficiently move information through your factory

    In today’s competitive market environment, two paths to success come from improved production and supply chain efficiency. These improvements range from increasing machine reliability to streamlining their ease of use or providing more accurate data for their operations. All of these concepts can be addressed based on how information moves through...
    • Jan 30, 2017

    How does Bluetooth® 5 increase the achievable range of a Bluetooth low energy connection?

    With the core specification version 5.0, Bluetooth® is no longer a wireless protocol just for personal area networks (PAN). Three new data rates have been added to the spec, two of which are specifically tailored to increase the range of Bluetoot...
    • Jan 19, 2017

    5 need to know facts about the new SimpleLink™ Bluetooth low energy CC2640R2F wireless MCU

    Here are the top 5 things you need to know about TI’s latest Bluetooth® low energy device: SimpleLink™ CC2640R2F wireless microcontroller (MCU). 5. Expansion of the SimpleLink™ CC2640 family The CC2640R2F device is pin-to-pin compatible in QFN packages to the SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy CC2640 wireless MCU, making it...
    • Jan 5, 2017

    How FeiBit uses TI ZigBee® technology to bring the IoT into the home

    We continue to see a surge of home automation devices which are intended to make our homes “smarter” and more efficient. Today ZigBee® technology is the industry’s leading global wireless standard used to help create a smarter home that enhances the comfort, convenience, security and energy management for the home. ZigBee provides...
    • Jan 4, 2017

    Airthings Wave uses TI technology to detect radon gas and more

    Radon gas is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC), Radon exposure claims the lives of approximately 21,000 Americans each year, which is more than six times the number of deaths attributed annually to house fires and...