Wireless and RF – The Real “things” Behind the Internet Of Things (IOT) Solutions

Wireless technology has come a long way in the last couple of decades. Back in the 80s & 90s pagers were the classic example of wireless tech for day-to-day communications. While pagers could support extremely limited amount of data sharing for communication through wireless RF (radio frequency) channel, everybody realized that there can also be two-way voice-based or mobility-based applications of wireless technology. Who would’ve imagined 20 years ago that anyone with authorized access, from any remote location, could monitor, take actions, or instruct devices to perform certain tasks at home or any place they want through completely wireless technologies.

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Nikunj Patel

Nikunj Patel is an Assistant Manager at eInfochips where he supports marketing activities for semiconductor domain along with other partnerships. He has 5+ years of experience in semiconductor industry. Nikunj holds an MBA in Marketing from GTU and B.E. in Electronics and Communications from Dharamsinh Desai University. Prior to eInfochips, he used to work with Accutron Inc.

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