Qualcomm revs reference design for next-gen home mesh network platform


A reference design for Qualcomm’s next-gen Immersive Home Platform. 


Qualcomm Technologies launched its next-generation mesh networking platform that will integrate WiFi 6 and 6E and offer an architecture that’ll better handle packets of data.

The Qualcomm Immersive Home Platform is designed to deploy gigabit-speed wireless throughout the home.

The COVID-19 pandemic and move to remote work and education proved how home networks weren’t up to multiple people streaming and holding video meetings.

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According to Qualcomm, there will be four product tiers for its Immersive Home Platform, which has reference designs currently being sampled.

Here’s a look at the various flavors of Qualcomm’s Immersive Home Platform and networking capabilities.

  • Qualcomm Immersive Home 318 Platform will include 8-stream Tri-Band in a configuration
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Barn Doors: Worth the Investment?

As a real estate investor, it can be difficult to wade through current home design trends and determine which will last long enough for you to sell and actually offer a solid return on investment (ROI). Barn doors have been popular for quite some time, but since they can cost more than traditional doors, you need to determine if they will produce a good enough return for the added expense. Read on for the cost and potential return of including barn doors for your next property.

What are barn doors?

Barn doors are mounted to the outside of the wall, as opposed to inside the doorjamb. They are hung on a track system so the doors slide out of the way parallel to the wall rather than swinging out. Because of the track system, they hang an inch or so off the wall (depending on hardware) so

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If you’ve found a villa in or near Orlando and booked a two week stay for your family, you’re off to a great start. Renting a villa in the Orlando area is the smart choice that makes your vacation much more enjoyable. For less than the cost of a hotel, the whole family can relax and enjoy time together in a spacious home, not in villas in hoskote separate hotel rooms. No waiting for your car or expensive parking fees.

You park in your own garage or driveway. Most villas are near shopping centers and supermarkets, giving you the money-saving option of making meals in your fully appointed kitchen, and dining out only when you want to. Many villas have community amenities such as playgrounds, tennis courts, and pools. Some even offer private pools. Although two weeks seems like plenty of time, there’s much more to see than Disney World, … Read More

How mobile app ‘Design Home’ is selling furniture through a video game

Shopping for home decor just got an upgrade with a mobile video game that lets players buy furniture and decor within its e-commerce store.

The popular design-oriented video game, “Design Home,” recently introduced an in-game e-commerce channel that allows players to buy home accessories from the virtual spaces they fashion. At a time when people are more absorbed in their surroundings and home design, induced by the pandemic-driven at-home lifestyle, the app’s intersection of video games and interior design brands is turning more players into consumers.


“The game at its core is about living the life of an interior designer, and our intent is really to blur these lines

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