Currently there are two wireless networks for home entertainment, data networks and in home communication - the data network which usually runs on one of the various flavors of Wi-Fi and the cordless phone systems using the so-called DECT standard. Even though both technologies are very mature and effective, because of their high bandwidth and data throughput, they require a lot of power.
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The data network and cordless phone base stations usually run off the home's AC power system. The mobile side, laptops and handsets can run off of batteries but you will need a lot of battery replacements or do regular (daily) recharging.
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Cees Links is a pioneer of the wireless data industry, a visionary leader bringing the world of mobile computing and continuous networking together. Under his responsibility, the first wireless LANs were developed which ultimately became a house-hold technology integrated into the PCs and notebooks we are all familiar with. He also pioneered the development of Wi-Fi access points, home networking routers and hotspot base stations, all widely used today.
Cees was involved in the establishment of the IEEE 802.11 standardization committee and the Wi-Fi Alliance. He was also instrumental in helping to establish the IEEE 802.15 standardization committee that became the basis for the ZigBee sense and control networking technology and standard.
Cees’ vision is to build a smarter world by developing a communications platform between devices sensing and enabling us to control our lives.
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