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Telstra and Cisco will provide a high-speed public Wi-Fi network at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
New York's subway is being outfitted with wireless and public safety comms connectivity, through the efforts of Transit Wireless, majority owned by Australia's BA Infrastructure Group.
GapSense software lets devices exchange simple stop and warning messages to avoid interfering with one another.
Much more can be done to use social media more effectively during crises, says Queensland academic Associate Professor Axel Bruns.
GainSpan has released a dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi solution that uses both the 2.4 and 5.0 GHz spectrum, enabling users to access cleaner spectrum for applications requiring relatively interference-free bandwidth.
Evaluation kits featuring JenNet-IP wireless network layer software for the ‘Internet of Things’ are now available.
GainSpan has released wireless connectivity solutions said to make it quick and easy to add ultra-low-power Wi-Fi to embedded systems that use any Renesas 8/16/32-bit microcontrollers.
New UWB technology, being researched in Europe, may be able to transmit data at speeds of up to 1 Gbps and determine the location of a person/object to within 50 cm.
The latest industrial wireless access point from Quatech, the AirborneAPT APXG-Q5420, enables M2M equipment to become the centre of a self-sufficient Wi-Fi network.
CommScope has supplied active antennas to use in field trial.
Netgear has launched its Wi-Fi range extender to eliminate radio dead spots.
When NT police planned an $8.612 million closed-circuit television system to monitor trouble hotspots in Darwin, it deployed a self-healing wireless network designed by MIMP connecting solutions to manage 109 cameras covering 6 sq km of the city’s streets.
Gartner has identified 10 mobile technologies that will evolve significantly through 2011 in ways that will impact short-term mobile strategies and policies.
Fluke Networks has launched the AirCheck Wi-Fi tester, a dedicated handheld tool that is designed to deliver quick and easy troubleshooting for complex wireless local area networks (WLAN).