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The embedded wireless promise: Where do we stand?

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gagarciamo
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re: The embedded wireless promise: Where do we stand?
gagarciamo   10/7/2008 7:43:28 AM
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First of all, I am pleased to have read your article, I was needed it some time ago. Personally I have been following the WSN progress, and a few months ago I decide to create an integrated company with the aim of offering wireless automation to homes and businesses, but those prices even does not fit into my strategy, because those aren't economic as the suppliers said and as you specified in your calculations. I would like to add that in your article lack mention the enOcean technology, who offer a striking proposal although they still lack a long way. Any comments and suggestions please let me know. Excuses by my English

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cjwang_1225   3/26/2008 6:04:26 AM
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I agree with you on the stack size. A Zigbee stack is quite large and needs to accomodate almost every possible scenario. I'm gaining firsthand knowledge of it from my work on an open source Zigbee stack. If you're interested in it, you can check out my development blog. http://www.freaklabs.org

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