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ZigBee Articles from San Juan Software
RCR Wireless: Reality Check: Three Things to Expect from Your Wireless Sensor Network
There are three criteria that any developer should look for in a wireless sensor network. First, the network should be highly reliable. Second, it must offer high security and third, it must be based on an open global standard. Some may focus on considerations, such as cost, performance, power budget, etc., but these factors often lead to false economies without greater emphasis on the three criteria. More
EE Times Article by San Juan Software Founder Drew Gislason Excerpts from Drew Gislason' s book ZigBee Wireless Networking has been featured in a series of articles from EETimes Design:
Reality Check: Certified programs – Speeding product development and instilling consumer confidence
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The Internet of Things Starts at the Smart Home
More applications for smartphones are becoming available every day, making the smartphone a centerpiece of communication for the future smart, connected home. Some of these applications intend to “check and control things at home,” like temperature control as in changing the setting of the thermostat, security—making sure that doors are locked—or energy management like lighting controls. Read the article in RTC Magazine
Reality Check: Comparing Wireless Sensor Networks- Wired vs. Wireless
ZigBee Article in RCR Wireless by Jay Hendrix, Building Technologies Control Products & Systems Product Management, Siemens Infrastructure & Cities Sector.
Reality Check: Why Standards Matter
ZigBee Article in RCR Wireless by John Osborne, General Manager - Research & Development and Operations Research at The Kroger Co.
ZigBee Alliance WebinarsZigBee Retail Services (Dec 2013)
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ZigBee Home Automation 1.2 - Delivering Peace of Mind through Secure and Energy Efficient homes (Aug 2013)
Exploring New Lighting Opportunities with ZigBee Light Link (May, 2012)
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