There is hardly a consumer product today that does not have one or more wireless interfaces. Cell phones typically add Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® radios.
Reducing the cost of running lighting systems is an increasingly important factor for commercial facilities.
Following a water leak in my home, I decided to evaluate different alternatives for creating a wireless water-leak monitoring and alarm system.
Wireless networks are becoming the default connectivity option for embedded systems as well as for mobile/portable devices.
The monitoring of activity for people as operators in a world of M2M communications is moving from a dream to a practical and ubiquitous reality.
The automation space is making a transition from wired connectivity to wireless. The wireless control of systems is an essential part of the Internet of Things (IOT) world.
IEEE 802.11 standards define communications protocols within the media access control (MAC) and physical (PHY) layers at the lowest levels of the standard TCP/IP protocol stack.
With so many standards and applications, interoperability is a challenge, especially when different protocols share the same frequency bands.