Radio Frequency Systems has appointed Eric Mariette as vice-president of global marketing and strategy. He is responsible for ensuring that the company’s portfolio of RF solutions is fully visible to the global wireless sector, and that the company’s expanding solution-set meets the demands of the industry.
Wireless sensors in embedded systems in devices from traffic lights to mobile phones, designed to create wireless communications networks automatically, could benefit a range of areas, including emergency management, security, helping vulnerable people to live independently, traffic control, warehouse management and environmental monitoring.
This is the second part of a multi-part series looking at various RF effects including sperm count, interruption of sleep patterns and brain tumours. Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic in America studied 361 men at their infertility clinic to investigate the effect of mobile phone use on semen quality.
Over the years there have been ongoing concerns, scare stories and many reports on the possible harming effects of RF emissions, particularly in relation to mobile phones
Amalgamated Instrument has released a radio remote programmer for its large digit displays. This enhances the flexibility of the display range by allowing both set-up and control without wired connection or the necessity to access the set-up pushbuttons within the display. This ease of set-up presents a real safety advantage.
CrispTech has released the Moxa NPort W2150 Plus and W2250 Plus, claimed to be the first wireless device servers in the world to support IEEE 802.11a/b/g.
New research at the Georgia Institute of Technology could soon make that tangle of wires under desks and in data centres a thing of the past