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Choosing RF protocols for industrial, scientific and medical applications

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5/28/2013 08:51 PM EDT
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re: Choosing RF protocols for industrial, scientific and medical applications
WKetel   5/29/2013 8:49:10 PM
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What will be discovered some time in the not so distant future is that there are no more vacant channels. All of the channels will be full of signals based on all of th various communication protocols, with the result that while they may appear vacant to a wifi scan they will stil not be useable. At that point either another frequency band would be needed, or a modification to allow frequency sharing would need to be created. But suddenly wired connections will look a bit better, and much more reliable.

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