For an object to be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) it must be able to communicate with the internet. There are various modules available that provide a communication standard for this connection to be made.
Objects or devices can be connected to the internet through various different standards including cellular phone networks, satellites, WiFi, Bluetooth, low power wide area networks (LPWAN), low power long range networks and so on. For an object to be connected it must contain an IoT module that implements the required communication standard. Without this ability to communicate objects cannot send information about what they are monitoring and are not part of the IoT.
Low power, high performance embedded modules are targeted at WiFi connectivity, for example, and these reduce the complexity of development since they are implemented as plug and play devices that integrate all the necessary wireless hardware and software into a small module driven by a simple microcontroller.
- Security Risk Management Aide Memoire June 23, 2021
- Tips For Purchasing The Best Mario Valentino Clutch Bags June 15, 2021
- What Is A Risk Assessment Matrix And How Does It Help? June 13, 2021
- Enjoy The Palawan Diving Experience June 13, 2021
- Successful Lead Generation Marketing June 12, 2021
- The Best Live Music Hire Sydney June 11, 2021
- Guide To Hiring A Financial Wealth Coach June 8, 2021
- Security Risk Management Aide Memoire
- Tips For Purchasing The Best Mario Valentino Clutch Bags
- What Is A Risk Assessment Matrix And How Does It Help?
- Enjoy The Palawan Diving Experience
- Successful Lead Generation Marketing
- The Best Live Music Hire Sydney
- Guide To Hiring A Financial Wealth Coach
- Investing In Entrepreneurial Mutual Funds
- How To Get The Most From Your IPhone Case Supplier
- Façons de perdre du poids rapidement
- The Very Popular Mystery Snack Box
- Benefits Of Bamboo Weighted Blanket
- Making Shrimp Chow Mein
- Hiring A Wedding Marquee
- Look For A Luxury Homes Real Estate Agent
- + May (22)
- + April (10)
- + March (357)
- + February (212)
- + January (365)