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ABI Research Ranks 802.15.4 Vendors     August 27, 2007

Texas Instruments tops new ABI Research 802.15.4 vendor matrix ranking.More>>

Freescale Chooses AeroScout for Asset-Tracking Solution     August 27, 2007

Wi-Fi-Based Active RFID project helps increase productivity by tracking and managing wafer lot boxes throughout one of Freescale's wafer fabs.More>>

U.S. Navy Gives Option Award to Argon ST     August 27, 2007

Argon ST. Inc announces option award for additional Ship's Signal Exploitation Equipment (SSEE) Increment E sensor systems, valued at approximately $18M.More>>

Market Research on Consumer Uptake of Wireless     August 24, 2007

In-depth report analyzes and forecasts the consumer electronics applications segments likely to adopt emerging wireless technologies.More>>

System Aids Mines With Emergency Communication, Tracking     August 23, 2007

The Rajant Wireless BreadCrumb System is now listed as an approved device that allows mining operators to meet part of the West Virginia Office of Miner's Health, Safety & Training Emergency Communications and Tracking Requirements.More>>

Semtech Adds to ISM-Band RF Transceiver Platform     August 23, 2007

The SX1211 UHF RF transceiver consumes <3mA in RX mode, doubling battery life in wireless sensor systems.More>>

M2M Service Market Revenues to Pass $8 Billion in 2012     August 22, 2007

Cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) communications revenues to quadruple by 2012, says ABI Research.More>>

mPhase Acquires Equity Stake in Sovereign     August 22, 2007

mPhase Technologies has acquired a 10% equity stake in Sovereign Tracking Systems LLC. mPhase will create a version of its smart nanobattery for use in Sovereign's active RFID products.More>>

Aonix PERC Selected for Next-Generation Traffic Control     August 21, 2007

German company Signalbau Huber chooses PERC for its superior performance, java support in its ACTROS next-generation traffic control system.More>>

EnOcean Introduces Energy Harvesting Developers Kit     August 21, 2007

EnOcean's developer's platform lets OEMs design their own energy harvesting wireless sensors.More>>