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Easy-build wireless networks

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TechAndComputer (Jan. 25, 2010) — Networks that monitor life-threatening situations or improve environmental efficiencies will be easier and cheaper to develop and operate, following the creation of a singlemiddleware solution for the entire spectrum of wireless standards.

In Hungary a trial group suffering from chronic diabetes is able to test their blood glucose content with a sensor connected by Bluetooth to a mobile phone. An application on...

TechAndComputer (Jan. 25, 2010) — Networks that monitor life-threatening situations or improve environmental efficiencies will be easier and cheaper to develop and operate, following the creation of a singlemiddleware solution for the entire spectrum of wireless standards.

In Hungary a...

Mobile bushfire monitoring: Modern wireless technologies could save bushfire lives

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TechAndComputer (Jan. 9, 2010) — Mobile technologies, including the global system for mobile communication (GSM) and the ZigBee short-range wireless data connection technology could be used to monitor and detect bushfires, according to two research papers to be published in the International Journal of Computer Aided Engineering and Technology.

Dry, but often vegetated regions, of the world, such as the Australian outback and West Coast USA,...

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Futuristic communications systems could help protect frontline troops

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TechAndComputer (Nov. 13, 2009) — A team of researchers at Queen's University Belfast's Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) is working to develop futuristic communications systems that could help protect frontline troops.

Building on work completed recently for the UK Ministry of Defence, the project is aimed at investigating the use of arrays of highly specialised antennas that could be worn by combat troops to provide covert...

TechAndComputer (Nov. 13, 2009) — A team of...

Digital 'Plaster' For Monitoring Vital Signs Undergoes First Clinical Trials

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TechAndComputer (Nov. 2, 2009) — A wireless digital 'plaster' that can monitor vital signs continuously and remotely is being tried out with patients and healthy volunteers at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, in a new clinical trial run by Imperial College London researchers.

Toumaz Technology Ltd's Sensium™ digital 'plaster' or 'patch' is a disposable device that sticks to a patient's chest. It is designed to allow patients to have their h...

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Modified Bluetooth Speeds Up Telemedicine

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TechAndComputer (Nov. 5, 2009) — A telemedicine system based on a modified version of the Bluetooth wireless protocol can transfer patient data, such as medical images from patient to the healthcare provider's mobile device for patient assessment almost four times as fast as conventional Bluetooth and without the intermittent connectivity problems, according to a paper in the forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Medical Engineering...

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