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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
ISENSOR Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The RN-ISENSOR-CB is a battery powered Wi-Fi sensor capable of reporting sensor data back to the host server. This sensor is built upon the standard 802.11 b/g wireless infrastructure, making it easier to monitor and track the sensor readings. The RN-ISENSOR-CB contains an analog port which...

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    partly by the establishment of standards. The IEEE 802.11 standard, a wireless LAN specification first conceived in 1990, sets guidelines for the interface between a wireless device and a base station or access point, and for devices that are hardwired together. IEC 601-1-2, the European safety
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    —The sheer distances between central control systems and remote sensors and equipment limited the feasibility. of early wireless systems, which had a range of only a few hundred feet. • Security—Early adoption of the IEEE 802.11 standards created a large number of security issues. These standards
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    , affecting mostly legacy devices and their one-for-one replacements. The most popular new communications technology is 802.11 and its variants published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).3. Here is where the interface between FDA regulations, FCC regulations, and Federal
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    replacements. The most popular new communications technology is 802.11 and its variants published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).3 Here is where the interface between Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, FCC regulations, and Federal Information Protection
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    with different particular applications in mind (see Table I). Technology. Speed1. Distance. Application. Frequency. Availability. 802.11. 2 Mbps2. 300 ft indoors. WLAN. 2.4 GHz. Now. 802.11b. 11 Mbps2. 300 ft indoors. WLAN. 2.4 GHz. Now. 802.11g. 54 Mbps2. 300 ft indoors. WLAN. 2.4 GHz. Now. 802.11a
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    be 802.11 or Ethernet-enabled. Then the need for large control system might not be so prevalent. Because if everything is connected via Ethernet, the data from them can be passed digitally to a computer system that can make decisions at a very high speed,” Killian says. While Ethernet may rule
  • White Paper: Wireless Motion Control - The Next Evolution in Motion Networking (.pdf)
    may be included into a design. ZigBee is supported by several third-. party software and hardware vendors with off-the-shelf radio, CPU and stack solutions, often in a. single-chip. ZigBee’s protocol code stack is estimated to be about 1/4th of Bluetooth’s or 802.11’s. Antennas (i.e., SMA
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    ™ and the 802.11 wireless local area network family of standards. All this. technology is packaged into a volume smaller than a deck of playing cards, with LCD. displays, GPS receivers, multi-megapixel digital cameras, and QWERTY keyboards. occupying most of that space. Even with such remarkable and admirable