Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > wireless sensor network

wireless sensor network Search results

?
?
total search316 articles
2014-09-22 No-touch interface: Smartphones respond to hand gestures
The SideSwipe system features a sensor that uses the reflection of the phone's wireless transmissions to sense nearby gestures, enabling users to interact with their phones even without holding them
2009-08-05 Microchip ZigBee PRO feature set protocol stack
The purpose of this application note is to provide a description of the ZigBee PRO features set as implemented by the Microchip ZigBee PRO stack.
2008-09-16 MEMS wear sophistication well
Engineers must take a holistic rather than a piecemeal approach when integrating MEMS into larger electronic systems.
2013-12-03 M2M security for RTOS-enabled MCUs, MPUs or FPGAs
Eliminate security holes and vulnerabilities with potential dire consequences.
2014-02-25 LED lighting systems: Potential security risks?
While LED lighting systems are being installed for its energy and non-energy benefits, increased integration of sensor, image processing and monitoring functions might well be "terrifying
2006-04-03 It's client time for .11 nets
Craig Mathias believes it's time to address 802.11's one clear flawthe lack of standard client-side functionality.
2012-10-11 Incorporating MEMS motion tracking in wearable sensors
Know the impact of next generation wearable sensing devices on the way we track our fitness goals, train our professional athletes, and view our sporting events.
2002-04-19 Impulsesoft cuts Asian, U.S. Bluetooth deals
Impulsesoft, a provider of short-range wireless technology, has announced a series of deals to license its Bluetooth designs to Asian and U.S. customers
2006-10-11 IEEE approves UWB net spec
The IEEE 802.15.4a task group has chosen the chirp spread spectrum PHY technology of Nanotron Technologies GmbH as the baseline PHY standard for wireless PAN
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics.
2010-03-26 Hot mobile technologies to watch for
Gartner Inc. offers 10 mobile technologies that will evolve significantly through 2011 in ways that will impact short-term mobile strategies and policies.
2005-09-14 Groups ink licensing deals for ZigBee apps
Wireless networking groups Sensicast Systems and Software Technologies Group have agreed a cross licensing deal covering developments in Zigbee compliant devices
2011-05-04 EnOcean announces devices' full TCP/IP interoperability
With TCP/IP interoperability, building managers can monitor, manage and control EnOcean's wireless devices and associated IP-based control systems centrally, anywhere and from any web-enabled device
2011-02-24 Electronics to move healthcare from hospital to home
New medical electronic devices, aided by new processor, radio, battery and data mining techniques, could help reduce medical costs and improve patients' quality of life.
2008-05-16 Discover the benefits H.264 scalable video codec
The H.264 scalable video codec reduces network bandwidth, eliminates transcoding, and simplifies storage management. Here's how it works
2015-11-24 Connected embedded systems: Japan takes own IoT path
While the country has sat on the sidelines watching the rest of the world define IoT standards, a number of embedded systems, ranging from printers to cameras and automotive, are still designed in Japan.
2015-11-05 Camera phone: From birth to how it transformed the world
A smartphone today without a camera is unthinkable, but two decades ago, this combination would have been an unthinkable marriage of two completely different products.
2010-10-20 BT low-energy SoC, ANT processor target med, mobile apps
TI recently launched two ultra-low power, short-range wireless connectivity solutions for consumer medical, mobile accessories, and sports and wellness applications
2013-06-28 Battery-free temp sensors based on RFID tags
Read about the development of full passive UHF sensor tags that can communicate to over a metre without the need of batteries
2010-10-08 Android app offers personal "tricorder" health monitor
Sensors and application combine to offer new, high-tech way of monitoring health indicators
2002-10-23 Alliance forged to promote ZigBee standard
Invensys PL, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Motorola Inc., and Royal Philips Electronics, have formed a non-profit corporation to drive the creation and further development of the ZigBee wireless connectivity standard
2004-07-05 Agilent, Sun Microsystems form JDDAC community
Agilent Technologies Inc. and Sun Microsystems Inc. have formed the Java distributed data acquisition and control (JDDAC) java.net community.
2013-02-13 Self-powered sensors eliminate need for new batteries
An engineer at Columbia University designed self-powered systems using nanoscale devices that can transmit and receive wireless signals using so little power that their batteries never need replacing
2010-03-30 Opinion: Google PowerMeter is watching you
The Google PowerMeter, while an ambitious project and potentially a good thing, is also surrounded with social implications and potential pitfalls.
2013-07-26 Geolocation implementation through swarm radio
Learn about the integration of location-awareness to wireless sensor networks so that swarm members can measure the distance between each-other, and are able to make decisions using this information
2002-02-12 Commercial drumbeat resonates at ISSCC
Even as technologists dazzled the International Solid-State Circuits Conference with presentations claiming to blow past worries about the future of CMOS, many of the engineers who gathered here last week seemed more preoccupied with the commercial viability of those advances than their technical bravura.
2004-11-18 NEC, Chipcon partner on ZigBee module
NEC Engineering, with NEC and Chipcon, introduced a module developed for compatibility with IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee wireless network standards
2013-11-20 TI's low-power ICs to enable energy harvest design apps
The devices claim to maintain the lowest levels of active quiescent current and enable battery-free operation to wireless sensor networks, wearable medical devices and mobile accessories, among others
2004-05-17 Standard to address precise locationing
Ultrawideband might well form the basis of a newly proposed wireless standard for positioning and low-data-rate communications
2006-01-17 ST, Ember to co-develop next-gen Zigbee solutions
STMicroelectronics (ST) and Ember Corp. have signed an agreement to jointly develop complete solutions for the fast-growing ZigBee wireless networking market
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top