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KESERT
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re: How does DECT fit in the wireless market?
KESERT   10/26/2011 3:11:48 AM
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buletooth is expensive and complex, I think this one is better.

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joyhaa   10/21/2011 10:18:14 PM
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bluetooth is 2.45Ghz and can not reach far, this sounds like a great sub-1Ghz radio for certain applications.

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chouban   10/21/2011 9:58:07 AM
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why we don't use lowpower-Bluetooth it is already in all devise only software is needed to interact with other bleu-sensor

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Sivagururaman   10/21/2011 3:44:26 AM
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How about DECT for the last mile connectivity for the mobile networks? Perhaps, an apartment complex, a company's floor can have DECT RF to reach the base station which can talk to the GSM backbone.

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green_is_now   10/20/2011 3:49:57 AM
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This has legs because it leverages cheap, ubiquitous technology with the added layer of ultra-low-power sleep mode. This allows for a lower time to profit for this company because they do not need to subsidize the cost to ramp up volume, or at least not as much.

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green_is_now   10/20/2011 3:49:15 AM
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Can this be used to hand-off phone calls and video-data on cell phones to a in building DECT-ULE to back-haul to free up valuable cell phone frequency bandwidth? If so partner with the cell phone companies in a win-win arraignment. BW is more valuable than gold in some areas right now and will be a mushrooming problem.

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green_is_now   10/20/2011 12:39:10 AM
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OK so why not add this cabability to the cell phones? Cn this be easily added to a cell phone RF chip or would two chips be needed and the integration?

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green_is_now   10/20/2011 12:36:38 AM
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left out... death during recovery is significantly reduced when 1),2), 3) are monitored

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green_is_now   10/20/2011 12:35:19 AM
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Now get the smart phone manufactures to put these chips into heir new offerings. My father just had a stroke, and this morning I saw that in Australia they have done a study that stroke patents risk of death during recovery (another stroke, impaired thought that can lead to low blood sugar...) 1) temperature monitoring 2)blood glucose levels 3)ability to swallow (this one not applicable to the idea here anyway, needs to be observed.) Now add a watch with any of the above LAN/PAN (inluding DECT-ULE) choices that can detect 1 temp, 2) glucose through the skin in the back of the watch or in the wrist strap and create an app that alerts the patent to eat get warm, add a function that by default must be acknowledged by patent and condition improves by patent intervention. if no acknowledgment is received cell phone calls 911 by default, can change to doctor, nurses station, care giver, etc. If condition is not changed within short-given time frame 911 or nursing station 911 alert sent out by cell phone. I want to do this so bad now because of the motivation of my fathers stroke, but I can't break into the medical or wireless field HR department stupid keyword search has locked me out...Help!

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old account Frank Eory   10/19/2011 9:20:54 PM
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I like that description, "the original version of femtocells." That is a very succinct way to describe DECT.

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