White Papers

Our highly experienced teams are expert in overcoming even the most complex challenges, putting our in-depth knowledge of the latest materials and processes to work in designing outstandingly reliable products and applications for our customers.  Learn how we are addressing industry issues by delivering innovative solutions that get results.

Setting Up Wi-Fi Infrastructure in a Medical Center

Reliable wireless communication in a hospital allows for real-time patient monitoring that can mean the difference between life and death. In addition to the medical uses, dependable Wi-Fi in hospitals can also affect the customer rating received after a patient is discharged.

In order to set up a reliable Wi-Fi network and reap the benefits that reliability brings, preparations must be performed by the IT manager. This white paper lists and explains the five required steps an IT manager must take when setting up Wi-Fi infrastructure in a medical center.

Keeping Workers and Workloads Safe With RF Range Control

Costly and dangerous equipment accidents and injuries to employees occur in industrial environments — but are avoidable with strong safety guidelines and the use of equipment that reinforces them. The Laird RF Range Control feature for the CattronControl™ family of products provides functionality that ensures operators have the flexibility to do their job while remaining within a safe zone of operations.


Fill out the form below to download the complete white paper!

PC Series TEMs Enhance Reliability of PCR Cyclers

PCR is a fundamental technique widely used in molecular diagnostics to produce millions of copies of a specific DNA sequence. PCR-based testing is used in the diagnosis of tumors, hereditary diseases and the detection of infectious diseases. PCR uses thermal cyclers to heat and cool a DNA sample based on a predefined series of temperature steps to facilitate the amplification of DNA and identify biomarkers.


Fill out the form below to download the complete white paper!

Accessing Performance Between Spatially Separated SISO and Co-located MIMO Antennas Within a MIMO System.

When planning an in-building network, antenna selection is typically based on uniform and symmetrical radiation characteristics as measured in a free space environment. In a real world environment, however, these radiated characteristics are significantly altered by interferers such as obstructions and multipath. To mitigate the latter, MIMO systems replaced SISO systems to improve throughput and hence network capacity.


Fill out the form below to download the complete white paper!

The Connected Highway

Both the connected car and highway are complex RF environments. While OEMs will have a key role in developing their own value proposition of the connected car, the premise of it remains very much the same. Enabling a safer, more efficient highway system while empowering motorists through data is certainly the future of the automotive industry, but many more steps need to occur before it can be fully realized. Both the connected highway and its connected car stand to benefit from a robust end-to-end infrastructure that allows the efficient process and propagation of life-critical, actionable data.