- Wi-Fi in Sensor Applications
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.
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- Mobile Handsets
Published in the December, 2008 issue of EETimes
- over-Wi-Fi Implementation with Single Stream 802.11n
Published in the September, 2008 issue of Portable
- Wireless Handheld Devices -- The 802.11n Advantage
Published on : July 31, 2008; Mobile Handset
- 802.11n Wireless Connectivity Supports Seamless Industrial Networks
Published in RTC Magazine in August, 2009.
- WinergyNet™ - Redpine Signals Communications architecture for the SmartGrid
Redpine’s WinergyNet architecture leverages the ubiquitous Wi-Fi technology with industry-proven security, wide-spread infrastructure, and IP based communication protocols and enables seamless connectivity across the Home Area Network (HAN), Neighborhood Area Network (NAN) and backhaul Wide Area Network (WAN). This document provides an overview of the WinergyNet architecture and describes the critical aspects of the various communications solutions (both hardware and software) that are part of this architecture. To obtain a copy of the paper, please submit your request here.
- 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. To obtain a copy of the paper, please submit your request here.
- 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