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  • 802.11
  • The tests used only microwatts of transmitted power approximately 1000 times less power than typically used by conventional wireless IEEE 802.11b or Wi-Fi. (innovations-report.com)
  • The other benefit is that it supports 'untethered work' for those with laptops: they can carry their machines with them everywhere inside a building or on a campus and maintain a normal-speed network communication (802.11 technology runs at more or less the same speed as 10 Mbps Ethernet, discounting overhead). (peachpit.com)
  • sensor
  • ST+D Ltd., a Belfast, Northern Ireland firm, which is an Ulster University spinoff, is developing a portable wireless cardiac sensor. (medgadget.com)
  • is capable to support short and long radio ranges, can co-existence with other wireless technologies within the same frequency band, effectively transports small sensor data as along with large data throughput (such as waveforms or firmware updates). (yokogawa.com)
  • While development of novel sensor technology is actively pursued within the NSBRI, it is clear that for the foreseeable future, the principal diagnostic imaging modality for crew use in space will be ultrasound. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • network
  • No single wireless technology will be able to meet these characteristics, so 5G will be defined by a heterogeneous network that integrates 5G, 4G, Wi-Fi, and other wireless technologies. (intel.com)
  • Sandia National Laboratories in cooperation with Time Domain Corporation and KoolSpan Inc. has developed a secure wireless Ultra Wideband (UWB) data communication network that can be used to help sensors monitor U.S. Air Force bases and DOE nuclear facilities and wirelessly control remotely operated weapon systems. (innovations-report.com)
  • Among the key wireless features of the UWB/AES are its IP network compatibility and its "per-packet" rotating 256-bit encryption keys for even greater crypto-protection. (innovations-report.com)
  • Based on tests conducted at the KoolSpan Encryption Laboratory in Santa Clara, Calif. this spring, Sandia with KoolSpan demonstrated a wireless UWB network bridge with real-time 256-bit AES encryption for live-streaming video images generated from a surveillance camera or thermal imager. (innovations-report.com)
  • Wireless technology and handheld devices are dramatically changing the degrees of interaction throughout the world, further creating a ubiquitous network society. (waterstones.com)
  • With the wireless technology and devices come ?exibility in network design and quicker deployment time. (waterstones.com)
  • Eighteen major types of wireless technologies exist, containing a large number of subset technologies that range from ATM-protocol based (which sells at approximately $200,000 per data link, to wireless local-area network (WLAN, which sells at less than $500,000 per data link). (cisco.com)
  • We consider what wireless offers consumers of the near and distant future, with a venture capitalist, a technology reporter, the "minister of culture" for a communication network aimed at teens, and others. (kcrw.com)
  • In this configuration, every wireless device on the network acts as a router for nearby devices. (pharmpro.com)
  • It's difficult (and potentially insecure) to control UAVs or send/receive intelligence over these networks, and so the U.S. military instead builds its own wireless network using Common Data Link. (slashdot.org)
  • Students of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham here has developed a wireless network system for landslide detection, in collaboration with European Commission and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). (amrita.edu)
  • Providing the communications network for Industrial IoT, wireless is also helping customers collaborate with Emerson's experts through remote monitoring and other cloud-based services. (automation.com)
  • 1. B, D. A device driver allows the computer operating system to control the wireless network adapter and must be installed in order for the adapter to function. (safaribooksonline.com)
  • WirelessHART
  • An additional benefit of the WirelessHART protocol is availability of diagnostics through the wireless signal. (pharmpro.com)
  • Emerson wireless technologies, based on the internationally recognized WirelessHART standard approved by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in 2010, are widely implemented in refineries, oil fields, offshore platforms, chemical plants and other industrial facilities around the world. (automation.com)
  • measurement
  • Although not all measurement devices utilized on portable skids are available via wireless today, some are - notably the liquid measurements such as those for pH, conductivity and temperature. (pharmpro.com)
  • wifi
  • Sources of RF radiation include communication devices such as cell phones, wireless internet (WiFi) and broadcast towers, MRI machines, radar guns, and heating equipment such as induction heaters and microwave ovens. (whsc.on.ca)
  • For example, the Standing Committee heard from educational workers who said it was common to have almost 20 WiFi routers in a school to support wireless technology. (whsc.on.ca)
  • 1. Minimize all exposure and usage of wireless communication: cell phones, cordless phones, and WiFi devices. (disabledinfo.co.uk)
  • devices
  • If you take away the wires that permit networks to do their thing (in most cases) and instead use wireless links between computers and devices, this is what you get. (peachpit.com)
  • Creates a temporary short-range wireless link between devices (as in the infrared device links that the Infrared Device Association, or IrDA, promotes). (peachpit.com)
  • At the same time, the need for constant access to the information and services of the Internet has become so strong that the Internet was finally opened to cell phones and other devices through the Wireless Web. (informit.com)
  • Like HTTP, WAP provides the means for wireless devices to communicate with other devices or servers. (informit.com)
  • The differences between the hardware on which HTML pages are usually accessed and mobile devices are so huge that there is no way to use either HTML as a wireless markup protocol or HTTP as a data transfer protocol in mobile devices. (informit.com)
  • What users are finding is that installing even a few wireless devices on a portable skid can significantly reduce wiring costs and the need for power sources, as well as improve reliability and performance. (pharmpro.com)
  • The Emerson wireless portfolio of gateways and devices support Emerson's Plantweb digital ecosystem that harnesses industrial IoT to expand digital intelligence to the entire manufacturing enterprise, while providing an architecture for either on- or off-premise monitoring. (automation.com)
  • Wireless fills the air around us with an invisible electrosmog of microwave radiation used for communication by devices like cell phones , mobile computers, and smart (utility) meters . (naturalhealth365.com)
  • communication
  • The new wireless technology also promises to be a gateway for a new generation of advanced sensors created by fusing UWB communication with UWB radar and used to detect intrusion of adversaries or insurgents for the protection of tactical forces and forward bases such as those deployed in the Middle East or Iraq. (innovations-report.com)
  • This secure form of wireless communication developed for practical use leverages UWB with the unyielding encryption protection of the 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) to form UWB/AES. (innovations-report.com)
  • In an age of electromagnetic warfare and increasing threat from malevolent radio frequency (RF) attacks from high-tech adversaries, UWB is of strategic value providing stealth for covert operation by hiding within the noise floor to prevent detection and where other forms of RF communication find it virtually impossible to operate. (innovations-report.com)
  • UWB, also known as "impulse radio," is different because it does not use a carrier as do other forms of RF for wireless networking or communication technologies. (innovations-report.com)
  • Makita's Auto-Start Wireless System (AWS ™ ) uses Bluetooth ® technology for wireless power-on and power-off communication between the equipped tool and dust extractor. (makitatools.com)
  • This needs to be able to provide a better than reasonable security, and have robust methods for wireless communication, and redundancy. (yokogawa.com)
  • cell
  • Before 1998, wireless activity pretty much consisted of cell phone users, with a few forays into other uses from technology innovators such as UPS, gadget freaks, and other elements from the bleeding edge of technology. (peachpit.com)
  • Since the introduction of wireless access to the Internet, various e-commerce service providers have looked at cell phones as one more means of performing online transactions and started introducing m-commerce (mobile-commerce) services. (informit.com)
  • 100Gbps wireless backhaul links between cell towers, rather than costly and cumbersome fiber links, would make it much easier and cheaper to roll out additional mobile coverage. (slashdot.org)
  • With a cell tower almost always within sight, smart meters on every home, and industry hell-bent on saturating every square centimeter of the planet with wireless signals, we are literally microwaving every living organism in a global biological experiment. (naturalhealth365.com)
  • Safety limits for cell phones, cell towers, wireless technologies and utility meters are not protective, according to 190 scientists from 39 countries in Appeal to the UN, UN Member States and WHO. (businesswire.com)
  • The truth of cell phones and wireless technology has been buried by the industry, the health officials and governments. (disabledinfo.co.uk)
  • data
  • Intel and the mobile industry at large are looking at new ways to increase speeds and data capacity, including finding new ways to combine carrier channels across LTE, Wi-Fi, and other wireless technologies. (intel.com)
  • Utilizing the immense available spectrum of UWB also improves wireless performance to accommodate the increased data rate needed by advanced sensors. (innovations-report.com)
  • The process by which radio waves are propagated through the air, the amount of data carried, immunity to interference from internal and external sources, and a host of other characteristics varies from technology to technology. (cisco.com)
  • Just as the Internet would be impossible without HTTP, the Wireless Web requires some special protocol for transferring data. (informit.com)
  • This represents a significant improvement to the current wireless data transfer, allowing field technicians to quickly receive their weekly or monthly work activities with no interruption to their daily routine", says Eitan. (ferret.com.au)
  • The wireless enhancements will also be supplied as standard with all Pervidi wireless products, including remote cradle data exchange, hosted databases, and wireless PDAs. (ferret.com.au)
  • Among others, Intel is working with National Taiwan University on M2M technology that would allow vehicles the exchange of data, allowing each to know what's going on around them. (slashdot.org)
  • reliability
  • Intel is paving the way for disruptive new services by driving wireless standards and delivering end-to-end platforms that meet the latency, reliability, capacity, and performance requirements for the upcoming 5G era. (intel.com)
  • Consequently, wireless networks can now offer security and reliability comparable to hard-wiring. (pharmpro.com)
  • Since then, Emerson has surpassed 10 billion hours of wireless operations across more than 32,000 networks, proving its reliability, robustness and security. (automation.com)
  • signals
  • But what's new about this is they recorded signals from the brain and they used wireless technology to send those signals after they had cut the spinal cord and then tell the other piece of technology to send signals to help the paralyzed part of the body reactivate to stop. (sciencefriday.com)
  • Industry
  • So, policy makers have given industry the green light, allowing the use of wireless gear to explode around the world, to about five billion wireless subscriptions worldwide, by the WHO's estimate. (cbc.ca)
  • Over the past decades, numerous wireless telecommu- cation topics have received increasing attention from industry professionals, a- demics, and government agencies. (waterstones.com)
  • Products
  • The ST+D Wireless Vital Signs Platform can be customised to provide various wireless products for both in-hospital and at-home monitoring. (medgadget.com)
  • Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, operates, along with its subsidiaries, substantially all of Qualcomm's engineering, research and development functions, and substantially all of its products and services businesses. (qualcomm.com)
  • Qualcomm products referenced on this page are products of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries. (qualcomm.com)
  • Although 64-QAM is very popular in both cable and wireless broadband products, 256-QAM is also being tested. (cisco.com)
  • A key technology of Emerson's Plantweb digital ecosystem, wireless products have transformed global industrial facilities around the world. (automation.com)
  • communications
  • In the past five years, the wireless revolution in computing and communications has really gotten underway. (peachpit.com)
  • DARPA has begun development of a wireless communications link that is capable of 100 gigabits per second over a range of 200 kilometers (124mi). (slashdot.org)
  • In the aftermath of a school bus accident last year, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) this week called for cars, trucks and buses to be equipped with machine-to-machine communications technology that could help vehicles avoid accidents by knowing what other vehicles are doing. (slashdot.org)
  • Mobile Technology
  • Most people don't think twice about talking, texting or emailing on the go - sending waves of radiation into the environment and their bodies as they stay connected through mobile technology. (cbc.ca)
  • news
  • At Medgadget, we report on the latest medical technology news, interview leaders in the field, and file dispatches from medical events from around the world. (medgadget.com)
  • provides
  • This platform provides the flexibility to accommodate different spectrum and bandwidths including sub-6 GHz and high-band mmWave to speed the development of 5G technologies and standards. (intel.com)
  • microwave
  • That's why many firms are getting information and sending big orders not through modern fiber-optic networks, but using line-of-site microwave repeaters , a technology that's over 50 years old. (slashdot.org)
  • bandwidth
  • Intel has been a global pioneer in developing Millimeter Wave (mmW) technology investing since 2006 and delivered commercial 60 GHz WiGig solutions for high-bandwidth wireless display and I/O. This groundbreaking work positioned Intel to lead in the development of mmWave for 5G. (intel.com)
  • Brain
  • IRA FLATOW: Now, I know that your work looks at brain interface technology, but for rehabilitating upper limbs. (sciencefriday.com)
  • And the goal of the BrainGate clinical trial is to use brain-computer interface technology and connect it with functional electrical stimulation technology to restore hand and arm movements to persons with high-level spinal cord injury. (sciencefriday.com)
  • This was based upon evidence of increased risk for glioma, a type of brain cancer, linked to wireless phone use. (whsc.on.ca)
  • carriers
  • The focus of the report, however, is on the practical use of wireless technologies in improving a carriers bottom line. (celent.com)
  • Only a handful of carriers have wireless deployments in production," said Chad Hersh, a senior analyst in Celents insurance practice and author of the report. (celent.com)
  • work
  • Using wireless PDAs or remote cradles, users can send and receive information from anywhere in the world including address information, work orders, asset information, inspections, parts, deficiencies, and timesheet information. (ferret.com.au)