From Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
Today, radio communications are interwoven into almost every facet of modern life:
increasingly our telephonic communications are wireless, whether by cellular telephone
networks, by ISM-band portable phones or by systems such as the Digital European Cordless
Telephone (DECT); we lock and unlock our cars and our garages using wireless remote controls;
automatic door openers in commercial buildings utilize Doppler sensors to detect our
approach; television and radio programs are delivered via satellite links. The advent and
adoption of smart energy systems - which utilize radio links to enable two-way
communications between customers and suppliers and also to give consumers real-time
information on their energy consumption - will increase our use of radio technology. (For
more on this topic, read my previous column.) The popularity of mobile Internet services is
growing geometrically. Man-made radio energy is increasing rapidly.
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The ability to communicate via radio has changed dramatically over the past 5 years. Some people make money with these changes, some fear them and almost all people benefit from them.
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