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GreenPeak launches RF4CE on USB stick

8/2/2011 03:23 PM EDT
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EllySchietse
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re: GreenPeak launches RF4CE on USB stick
EllySchietse   8/5/2011 11:14:05 AM
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The specific RF4CE profiles are developed to take care of the communication without any additional driver required (standard HID is used).

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re: GreenPeak launches RF4CE on USB stick
elctrnx_lyf   8/4/2011 6:40:17 PM
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I think RF will play bigger roles in the consumer electronics in the future. Particularly the are of home security and other wireless surveillance device could use these technologies well.

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re: GreenPeak launches RF4CE on USB stick
chanj0   8/2/2011 9:54:49 PM
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It sounds to me the devices that are connected with the USB stick will have to compliance to GreenPeak messages. How does Greenpeak messages compatible with the other ZigBee implementation?

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