Friday, May 21, 2010

Battery-powered Wi-Fi for sensor networking

RF Monolithics (RFM),tells us that RF module applications expert Ryan Anderson will present a session entitled “Battery-Powered Wi-Fi for Sensor Networking – A Hands-On Session” at the Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC) in Framingham, (MA US - Sheraton Framingham Hotel) on May 25, 2010 at 2:30 p.m. Also at the conference, RFM will exhibit its RF modules products that provide wireless connectivity for sensor data collection in a wide variety of wireless sensor networking applications.

As a senior technical support engineer for RFM, Mr. Anderson understands the challenges design engineers face when incorporating RF modules into applications. Session attendees will learn how they can get years of battery life and take advantage of existing Wi-Fi access points to deliver low-cost, reliable and secure wireless sensor network products. They will receive hands-on experience with:
  • RFM’s battery-powered 802.11 Wi-Fi RF Module – the WSN802G (pictured)
  • Getting a Wi-Fi network up and running in minutes using the RFM WSN802GDK developer kit
  • A live wireless sensor networking demonstration for a temperature monitoring application

    Attendees who bring a WSN802GDK developer kit with them to the RTECC show will be afforded one-on-one time with Ryan Anderson during the exhibit. WSN802GDK developer kits can be purchased from RFM distributors that include Avnet Memec, Digi-Key, Mouser, and Nu Horizons.
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