The COMX-T2081 and COMX-T1042 modules are designed to operate in harsh environments, according to Artesyn.
The system uses smartphones to collect fingerprints of location data and label them automatically.
The 802.11ax standard requires that all STA devices transmit within 400ns of each other, with the synchronisation provided by a trigger frame.
802.11ax is first and foremost designed to tackle the problem of network capacity, which has become a larger issue in dense environments.
Part of the initialisation procedure, deskew training sequence helps improve this data valid window period by reducing the skew between byte lanes.
QDR-IV offers a single-chip implementation with on-chip error correcting code, thus reducing board space, cost and design complexity.
The partnership will see Fujitsu's over-the-air reprogramming product combined with VMware's IoT solutions.
Bus turnaround time plays an important role in determining if an additional interval is required between the read and write commands.
QDR-IV has single address bus running at double data rate and high frequency.
QDR-IV SRAM is designed to provide best-in-class RTR performance to satisfy demanding network functions.