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[DPRG] From the IEEE

Subject: [DPRG] From the IEEE
From: rljordan rljordan at airmail.net
Date: Tue Oct 7 10:46:00 CDT 2003

Does anyone know if there are 802.15.4 products
out to experiment with?
I'd like to see my robot sensors talk RF to my
PC via a wireless lan.

Bob Jordan

<snip>
> This is interesting.... just might make it easy to not only signal the
fridge to > open, but also
> to tell the carousel <sp> inside to get the right beer ready ????

> According to Jos? A. Gutierrez, Chief Technical Editor of the standard,
IEEE
> 802.15.4 is based on a vision of a new wireless niche for communication
among
> things. "It is the first wireless scheme to allow simple sensor and
actuator
> devices to share a single standardized wireless platform. The IEEE
802.15.4
> specification complements the IEEE 802 set of wireless standards to enable
> sensor-rich environments. It accommodates lower-end applications by
trading
> off higher speed and performance for architectures that benefit from low
> power consumption and cost."
> . [zappepcs at earthlink.net]


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