Tuesday, June 09, 2015

Wireless Power, SDN, and More

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Wireless Power, SDN, and More

The University of Washington power over Wi-Fi system converts signals from a wireless router into electric (DC) power. They even figured out how to do this dynamically so that the router can handle network traffic at the same time. Cool!


Bradley Mitchell
Wireless/Networking Expert
Introduction to Wireless Power (Electricity)
Wouldn't it be perfect if we could supply power to our electronic devices anytime we wanted, with no cables and no need for batteries? That’s true wireless electricity, sometimes also called Wireless Power Transmission (WPT). It may sound like something out of science fiction, but wireless power exists today and looks to be emerging as a big part of our future. Read more.
Wireless Networking and Your Health
With mobile phones and other diverse kinds of wireless consumer gadgets now proliferated around the world in huge numbers, people are literally immersed in a sea of wireless radio signals every day. Because this proliferation has happened all within just the past 20 years or so, the effects of these wireless signals on human physical health over a full lifetime isn't conclusively established.. . Read more.
What is Software Defined Networking (SDN)?
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is an effort in the computer networking industry to develop a new approach for how large networks are designed and built. Larger network installations utilize a mix of routers and network switches plus other access points that enable clients to join. Significant technical effort is required to set up and maintain these network configurations.


Networking with a Router
network router is a small electronic device that allows you build a home network simply. The home router serves as the core or "centerpiece" of the network to which computers, printers and other devices can be connected. Networking with a router helps you to... (read more).
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