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2013-09-16 ZigBee chip from GreenPeak aimed at smart home apps
The GP490 is intended for low power sensor applications that include door sensors, window sensors, temperature sensors and light switches.
2014-07-01 GreenPeak, USI collaborate on smart home ZigBee module
The companies developed the USI ZigBee module that integrates hardware with ZigBee to transform thermostats, motion sensors, lighting and smart plugs into interactive Smart Home ZigBee devices.
2012-12-27 GreenPeak's ZigBee power chip enables smart home
The GP410 IEEE 802.15.4 ZigBee PRO Green Power controller claims to be a fully integrated SoC solution for power harvesting end nodes for light switches and smart home devices.
2013-03-28 Green Peak's radio chip touts Wi-Fi, ZigBee coexistence
The GP501 contains Deep Packet Inspection, allowing deep sleep modes of set-top boxes by means of Wake-on-LAN messages. ZigBee shares the 2.4GHz frequency band with other Wi-Fi equipment.
2011-01-19 RF4CE controllers tout antenna diversity technology
GreenPeak Technologies announces three controllers that use antenna diversity technology and are designed for use in RF4CE designs.
2008-12-23 Reference design to enable low-power remote control
GreenPeak Technologies is rolling out an IEEE 802.15.4-based RF technology reference design that it says can be used to build home remote controls that can run almost forever on a single battery.
2008-06-25 Controller drives energy harvesting to wireless nets
GreenPeak Technologies has introduced the Emerald GP500C communications controller chip for ultralow-power wireless sensor networks.
2008-03-04 Understanding low-power wireless network standards
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and ZigBee all have a place in the world of wireless communications. But for different reasons, none are a particularly good fit for wireless sensor networks.
2007-11-16 Tool rids wireless sensor nets of battery
No wires and no batteries; now there's a combination. It's the promise of a company at this year's ISA Expo with a battery-free solution for ultralow-power wireless sensor and control networks based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard.
2012-12-03 Solving 'fifth play' service issues with ZigBee
Know how ZigBee could solve the issue on the lack of a standardised communications protocol for the smart and connected home.
2015-03-12 Smallest dual-channel filter targets ZigBee RF4CE remotes
STMicroelectronics introduced the market's smallest dual-channel filter with 1.2x3.4mm2 footprint, targeting ZigBee RF4CE remotes and consumer electronics equipment.
2013-09-13 Security, assisted living usher 'smart home' in Asia
The popularity of the 'connected home' has steadily risen over the past few years largely due to the ubiquity of smartphones and tablet connectivity and the rapid adoption of the Internet of Things.
2015-09-04 Safely travel on the internet highway
When compared to our highway system C the learned knowledge of how we should travel on the internet highway, relatively, we are still in the horse and buggy days.
2009-11-20 Paving the way to strong sensor, control nets
By using a combination of standards for the radio and software stacks, developers can avail themselves of a strong, clear roadmap to the future of low-power wireless sensor networks.
2008-07-14 New XAP processor is built for Zigbee, Bluetooth
Cambridge Consultants has devised a new architecture for the latest version of its core for 16bit processors, the XAP5, that includes special features for running programs held in on- or off-chip flash memory.
2009-02-18 Is energy harvesting ready to boot batteries?
Energy harvesting is an exciting technology development that could end our battery addiction. Instead of relying on batteries the next generation of wireless devices can be powered by energy that's available in the environment.
2014-07-21 Interoperability to drive adoption of smart appliances
The continuous evolution of the Internet, driven by ever increasing volumes of online information, commerce and social networking, can potentially open more immediate opportunities for the widespread penetration of automated homes.
2008-07-01 Guide to low-power wireless network specs
Chipmakers need high volume sales to generate meaningful return, and high volumes require global markets. For a global technology market to take off, history has demonstrated that standards are essential. This was true for both Wi-Fi wireless Internet and Bluetooth. It will also be true for sensor networks.
2015-07-06 Google enters smart home market with another standard
In addition to the existing standards aimed at smart homes, Google Brillo joins the likes of Qualcomm AllJoin, Apple Home Kit and Intel IoTivity to battle it out in the lucrative space.
2015-08-13 Exploring the power of Zigbee 3.0
In this article, we take inventory of where things really stand, and make some assessment of where things are going in the Internt of Things market.
2012-03-06 Design next-gen home networks powered by RF4CE
Read about ZigBee RF4CE technology that can be used to introduce new services and applications to the home.
2015-03-02 Competition, product direction affect shifting IoT terrain
The IoT landscape is rapidly shifting, becoming more complex, and continuously changing. The industry is filled with competing platforms who are still evolving and seeking interoperability.
2012-08-16 Bluetooth, ZigBee to compete in connected homes
The key battlegrounds include remote controls, TVs and set top boxes in the home and wireless sensors for medical and health applications, sports and home automation.
2009-02-27 ARM processor suits low-power apps
ARM Holdings plc has designed a very low gate-count ARM processor core suitable for use in MCUs aimed at ultralow-power applications. Chips are expected to ship from licensees before the end of 2009.
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