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re: RF Puzzler: A "Radio Frequency" Device
baggerautomatik   5/5/2008 2:14:51 PM
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I'm thinking over radio controlled Equipment over the WLAN to an accesspoint and Router with the Server, in order to use all WLAN Mobil to get radio controlled Connection to the Equipment. At the moment I'm not realy surely howe can I send Information from the Equipment to the Server. The Equipment has only a LAN IP Adress.

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re: RF Puzzler: A "Radio Frequency" Device
WJI-LLC   4/30/2008 12:52:12 PM
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Remote reading Power, Gas, or Water Meter.



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