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Synapse Wireless has published these technical articles:

(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Like any networking technology, wireless sensor networks depend on an implementation euphemistically known as "the stack." Stacks aren't all created equal, and designers will opt for smaller and more... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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"Creating wireless network monitoring and control systems is not as easy as many wireless vendors like to imply," says Mike Kranz, Director of R&D at the Huntsville, Alabama facility of Stanley... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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"All I wanted to do was to get my son to stand in a ditch full of cold, muddy water," says Kim Woodson, "I had no idea that I'd end up being considered the wireless guru of the agricultural world. And... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Due to red-tape and organizational issues outside of one's control, a task that appears to be inherently simple can sometimes grow out of all proportion. Consider, for example, the problem faced by... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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In many cases, it is required to add wireless capability to existing embedded systems. Often, in order to minimize costs, it is necessary to run the wireless software stack (and associated... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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So what is the killer WSN application? It's the one that lets you create your own applications without having to know all of the complexity of the network's underlying operation. And like the elegance... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Today we are surrounded by tiny embedded machines - electro-mechanical systems that monitor the environment around them and issue commands to control other machines and systems. New SNAP Cloud... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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In addition to "heavy-duty" applications like industrial control and machine communication, wireless capabilities are increasingly required in portable products, such as hand-held units used for... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Physical nodes in a SNAP based network communicate wirelessly using a full mesh topology. Nodes that are in direct radio range of each other will communicate directly. When nodes are not in direct... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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The world is currently seeing an exponential growth in the use of wireless networks for monitoring and control in consumer, commercial, industrial, and government markets. Unfortunately, conventional... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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How businesses learn to communicate within their organization is about to be dramatically reshaped once more. Machines are learning to talk. Attention to this tipping point will be critical to a... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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"Advances in communication technologies are benefiting businesses by providing intelligent communication that can be networked in production centers. Armed with a wide range of sensors, communication... (View Full Article)