Abstract: Sensors are used for measurements
and for acquisition of data; but they require
an effective data transfer mechanism to enable
full- fledged applications that utilize the
data they collect. A popular method of data
transfer is through wireless means. Among the
wireless mechanisms, 802.11 Wi-Fi stands out
for a number of reasons. Redpine's informative
paper on the use of Wi-Fi in sensor applications
describes these advantages; and also covers
the implementation of such application scenarios.
- Published in the December, 2008 issue of EETimes India www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/emedia/eetindia_20081201/#/0
over-Wi-Fi Implementation with Single Stream 802.11n
- Published in the September, 2008 issue of Portable Design www.portabledesign.com
Wireless Handheld Devices -- The 802.11n Advantage
- Published on : July 31, 2008; Mobile Handset DesignLine
Wi-Fi in Sensor Applications
HOME AREA COMMUNICATIONS IN 2.4GHz
- A COMPARISON OF Wi-Fi® AND Zigbee® TECHNOLOGIES
IEEE 802.11n advantage
802.11n Wireless Connectivity Supports Seamless Industrial Networks
- Published in RTC Magazine in August, 2009.
Replacing RS-232 with 802.11n Wireless
- Published in Industrial Control Designline, June, 2009
A Comparison of Wi-Fi® and Zigbee® Technologies for Home Area Communications in 2.4GHz
- This is a concise comparison table that lists and compares the main features of 802.11 Wi-Fi and Zigbee.
Wi-Fi Radio Receives Custom ISA
- While many wireless device vendors were offering modules or chipsets employing SoCs powered by familiar baseband and control cores or stand-alone popular MCUs, Redpine Signals decided to create its own complete WLAN solution with workload-optimized processor ISA.
Read the complete article in Microprocessor Report of July, 2009.
802.11n Wi-Fi in RFID
- Published in Industrial Embedded Systems, May 2009
Ultra Low Power 802.11n Wi-Fi - Wireless Connectivity for "The Internet of Things"
- Published in Low-Power Wireless - June, 2010