August 3rd, 2017
Register and attend the upcoming live webinar on Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 at 2PM ET. In this presentation, EMC design experts from LSR (a Laird Business) will discuss the benefits of using ‘pre-scans’ to minimize the risk of failing FCC certification. Our engineers will walk through a number of practical tips and best practices to use for your next FCC pre-scan.
Join wireless experts from Laird’s Connectivity Solutions team on Tuesday, January 31st for a live webinar and Q&A. Our presenters will help deepen your understanding of the Security features available in Bluetooth for low-power Internet of Things (IoT) applications and how you can leverage them in your next connected product design. We will walk you through the evolution of security features in the Bluetooth low energy specifications from the initial v4.0 release to the recently announced Bluetooth 5 specification. In addition, the webinar will offer practical tips for implementing Bluetooth’s security features and offer a live Q&A with the presenters. Recorded 1-31-2017.
The antenna is at the heart of an RF product’s real-world performance. Antenna design experts from LSR walks through a number of practical tips and best practices to keep in mind when selecting and implementing an antenna solution into your next design. Recorded 8-30-2016.
This webinar will remove some of the confusion around how using RF products with modular approval can streamline your certification efforts for your end products. Recorded 5-3-2016.
In this webinar, you will learn how developing with LSR's newest Bluetooth Smart module, the SaBLE-x™, has been super-charged thanks to the Serial-to-BLE API and other dev tools found in the LSR Developer Tool Suite PC desktop application. Recorded 11-10-2015.
Designing for Success: Certification and Qualification Requirements for your Bluetooth®-enabled Products
In this webinar, we will provide a straight-forward overview of the certification and qualification requirements to bring your BLE-enabled product to market. We will also walk through the online process for submitting a “declaration” to the Bluetooth SIG for a product that is utilizing a Bluetooth-qualified wireless module. In addition, we will take a moment to provide an industry trend update on Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing and the impact it will have in your product certifications with regulatory bodies such as Industry Canada (IC) today and many others in the future.
In this webinar, we will examine how the new TiWi-C-W Development kit, featuring the TiWiConnect IoT Platform, provides the ability for a developer to very quickly define the product attributes they need to remotely monitor and the actions they need to remotely command, even with minimal direct experience in programming for Wi-Fi connectivity. Taking full advantage of simple, intuitive web-based tools and leveraging the innovative TiWiConnect LIFT serial host interface, attendees will learn how this kit can be used to rapidly create a proof-of-concept that shares data from their product’s microcontroller to web- and mobile-app based dashboards. Recorded 4-02-2015.
The goal of this webinar is to walk through the elements of building a cloud-connectivity system to support remote App connectivity for your product, so you can have a robust and exciting solution that elevates your product in the eyes of your end-users. As the elements of a cloud solution are defined, key design considerations that a product development team will need to address are also highlighted. Recorded 10-16-2014.
Did you know Bluetooth Low Energy (Smart) is not just a low energy version of Bluetooth Classic? It is a different protocol with distinct features and requirements for both implementation and certification. This webinar focuses solely on understanding the benefits and features of Bluetooth Low Energy.
Presented by LSR's Director of Hardware Engineering, DSP Group and ULE Alliance, the DECT protocol overview and technical specification review covers application and market trends, advantages of DECT, and how to design with DECT including; regulatory considerations, understanding when to use a module, and DECT software support.
The Wearable Technology industry, incorporating embedded electronics with clothing and other body-worn accessories, is producing arguably the biggest buzz this year in the consumer electronic, health, and wellness industries. So why are so many products destined to end up joining the ranks of Wearable Tech products that missed the mark with consumers? Watch our Webinar now to find out!
Designing the next cellular M2M product is an exciting task, but it’s easy to feel overwhelmed as you begin to assess some critical considerations: choosing the right technology, selecting a carrier, and navigating the jungle of regulation and certification requirements. And, all of these occur before the design phase even begins. These choices will have a long-term impact on your product’s success. Recorded 8-21-2014.
Trying to learn more about what the certification on your module encompasses? This webinar provides insight on how to determine if a Modular Certification exists, indentifying what the Grant of Authorization says about the module, and how to address changes needed to a modular certification.
The number of wireless products operating in the 2.4 GHz band has grown exponentially in recent years. Due to customer complaints regarding interference, the European Union (EU) has updated the standards for devices utilizing the 2.4 GHz band, and therefore publishing EN 300 328 V1.8.1.
Wondering how to define use cases and what to consider what implementing classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth Smart (BLE) stacks? Learn how to choose the right stack platform and how the solutions are implemented with Bluetooth and Bluetooth Smart (BLE) module platforms.
Antenna design can be one of the most intimidating and yet important parts of any RF design. An antenna that is properly designed and optimized will enhance the overall performance of any radio. This webinar focuses on the basic fundamentals of antenna design for short range wireless devices.