|26 Aug 2015||DPA Framework Technical guide available not only to Download but On-line as well.|
|20 Aug 2015||IQRF Startup packages updated for IQRF OS v3.07D, DPA v2.20 and IQRF IDE v4.30, separately for TR-7xD and TR-5xD. Package structure changed. HWP plug-ins and application examples available within the packages only.|
|20 Aug 2015||DPA v2.20 released. » Release notes.|
|18 Aug 2015||IQRF IDE v4.30 released. » Release notes.|
|18 Aug 2015||IQRF USB Drivers Installation guide updated for WinUSB driver 1.07. Chapter Migration between MPUSB and WinUSB added. Page Code examples for PC updated.|
|17 Aug 2015||RT-230-05 User's guide updated, bug in power supply specification fixed.|
|17 Aug 2015||TR-76D transceiver page available.|
|11 Aug 2015||IQRF OS upgradeable at the user from OS v3.06D.|
|11 Aug 2015||IQRF OS v3.07D User's guides and Reference guides for TR-7xD and TR-5xD transceivers released. |
» Migration notes.
|10 Aug 2015||Bug in DDC-RE-01 relay contact rating fixed.|
|10 Aug 2015||TR-72D datasheet and product page updated.|
|10 Aug 2015||TR-52D datasheet slightly updated.|
|6 Aug 2015||SPI Technical guide released for TR-7xD and updated for TR-5xD. Demo SPI master for communication with TR-7xD released and for TR-5xD updated.|
|6 Aug 2015||CDC Implementation in IQRF USB devices User's guide updated.|
|5 Aug 2015||IQRF Quick start guide updated for TR-7xD transceivers.|
|5 Aug 2015||CK-USB-04A and DK-EVAL-04A product pages and user's guides updated for TR-7xD transceivers.|
|25 Jul 2015||IQRF pricelist updated. » Release notes.|
|1 Jul 2015||17-year girls' student team GirlsSat 2015 from SPSE Jecna (Secondary Technical School of Electrotechnical Engineering, Prague, Czech Rep.) succeeded with IQRF in CanSat European Competition 2015 by ESA. Their mini-satellite was launched to an altitude of 1200 m by a rocket and continually collected and wirelessly transmitted various data to the terrestrial station during a parachute descent. Landing place was localized with 1 m accuracy. More…|
|29 Jun 2015||IQRF and IQMESH protocol for wireless mesh networks at 38th International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing - TSP 2015, Prague, Czech Rep., 9-11 July 2015.|
|24 Jun 2015||KON-SIM-02 Eagle component available.|
|Free IQRF webinar DCTR-72DA transmits data up to 600 m distance on Wed 10 Jun 2015.|
Automated Inventory System with IQRF
These days, systems for inventorying and property protection are usually passive technical solutions using bar codes or RFID tags. These must be installed in combination with protective gates or must be personally supervised. Such systems do not provide the convenience of combining inventory and goods protection.
IQRF Automated Inventory System (AIS) is a wireless communication system for localization, data collection and control for use in the industrial sphere, stores, shops, or logistics centers. The main purpose of automated inventory systems is to take inventory of goods, components, vehicles and other items in a particular space without handwork. Automated methods are much faster and cheaper, while IQRF wireless technology renders systems even more flexible and efficient.
This system makes it possible to track the position and movement of objects within a given space by IQRF smart transceivers. IQRF transceivers are active identification units working as bidirectional wireless communicators. This allows the whole system to be operated by a superior unit and to work in real time, which ensures the active protection of all the objects. Implementation of the IQRF AIS does not affect everyday operation but, on the contrary, is quite advantageous for the automation of manufacturing processes.
What more can be done with IQRF AIS? The system may collect data such as temperature, humidity, change of an object's position, access to an object, status of an object and other details of inventoried items. IQRF transceivers may control inventoried items and communicate simple commands in response to collected data.
Organize your data efficiently, take your inventory in a modern way, and have easy access to data in time with the IQRF Automated Inventory System. Utilize the benefits of automated inventory with clear identification and localization, an active system of goods protection, lower installation costs, access to relevant data, and significant savings.
Quick Start Guide updated.
IQRF IDE v4.08.
v4.30 (18 Aug 2015)
v4.23 (10 Apr 2015)
v4.22 - non-public release
v4.21 (26 Jan 2015)
v4.20 (11 Nov 2014)
v4.19 - non-public release
v4.18 - non-public release
v4.17 (4 Jun 2014)
v4.16 (13 May 2014)
v4.15 (30 Apr 2014)
v4.14 (15 Oct 2013)
v4.13 (6 Sep 2013)
v4.12 (29 May 2013)
v4.11 (7 May 2013)
v4.10 (19 Feb 2013)
v4.09 (22 Jan 2013)
v4.08 (16 Nov 2012)
v4.07 (22 Sep 2012)
v4.06 (14 Sep 2012)
v4.05 (13 Sep 2012)
v4.04 (1 Aug 2012) » Download from archive
v4.03 beta (15 Jun 2012)
v4.02 beta (26 Apr 2012)
v4.01 beta (3 Apr 2012)
v4.00 beta (1 Apr 2012)
v3.00 beta (25 May 2011)
The predecessor: IQRF IDE 2 v2.08 (2008 - 2012), for TR-11A, TR-21A, TR-31B, TR-32B (and optionally TR-52B and TR-53B).
FW v2.00 (2 Apr 2013)
FW v1.06 (20 Jul 2012)
FW v1.04 (20 Jul 2012)
FW v1.03 (22 Jun 2010)
FW v1.02 (13 Jan 2010)
FW v1.01 (9 Apr 2008)