Digi TrustFence® provides a tested and fully integrated Linux security framework designed for the long product life cycle of embedded devices
Failover is an important fault tolerance function of systems that rely on constant accessibility.
Get products to market faster, smarter, and more secure with the new compact, Digi ConnectCore 6UL SOM.
Cellular technologies are revolutionizing low-power Industrial IoT applications.
This tutorial will review important information on Dynamic C, including why one would use it, the benefits, and how to get it.
Learn about key antenna parameters for small wireless embedded antenna designs.
Thread is a protocol that has easy commissioning, security and no single points of failure. Be sure to check out the Digi XBee S2D – Thread Ready Module
Demonstration of how to create a wireless chat session utilizing Digi’s XBee® Wireless Connectivity Development Kit.
An in-depth look into Digi’s WR21 Transport Products for M2M and Internet of Things. Easy deployment, lower costs and improved reliability.
Zigbee allows the transmission of data over long distances by passing the data through a mesh network of intermediate nodes to reach more distant ones.
Demonstration of how to perform a range test between two XBee Modules.
Digi International’s XBee is a M2M RF module. XBee is offered in multiple frequencies for Worldwide deployment.
A 900 MHz industrial grade long-range radio solution that ensures reliable wireless data communications over long distances.
Explanation of considerations that need to be taken to improve range of wireless communications.
Introduce Digi International’s XBee ZigBee Cloud Development Kit.
XBee W-Fi Module brings 802.11b/g/n technology to the popular XBee through-hole and surface mount form-factors.
Levels and importance of wireless security along with the specifications of Digi's low cost, network enabled Digi Connect Security Modules.
Dynamic C v10.54 features board update library, board update sample programs, and improved Wi-Fi security settings.
The Rabbit MiniCore platform target applications, a migration strategy, and the wireless and wired MiniCore versions available.