The Cable Prowlerâ„˘ Tests and Reports in Full Color, Combining the Functionality of a High-End Cable and Length Measurement Tester with the Capability to Identify Link Status, Link Capability, and PoE Detection with Internal Memory to Save Results
Nearly 50% of California broadband households use online health-based service from doctor, higher than national average
Connected Health Industry Leaders to Present Leading Technology Solutions at Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers
The App Designed to Help Consumers Properly Adjust Their TV, Projector and Speakers Now Helps iOS Users Find the Latest THX® Certified Products
Newer technology features the latest optimizations in both hardware and software, and is customized for ICE Cable Systems' products, making this premium wire & cable brand's Big Mouth Payout bulk wire dispenser even better
As the leading conference on broadband technologies for communities, the Broadband Communities Summit attracts broadband system operators, network builders and suppliers of all kinds.
Young Engineer Session at SV 2015
Technically, HDMI is able to cross a distance of 10 metres through an HDMI cable, with no visible loss of quality. Wirelessly, this is already possible up to 30 metres, but only without any obstacles. What if you want to extend the signal by more than 30 metres, or need to pass through an obstacle, such as a wall? If you already happen to have a home network, you can choose the MegaView 81. Obstacles are not a problem; it extends the signal to 100 metres and costs about half the price of a wireless solution.
Kramer Cable Wins Independent 4K HDBaseT Category Cable Challenge Conducted by Redband Radio and AVNation at InfoComm 2014
Demand For Wireless High Resolution Home Theater Audio Sparks Growth in Wireless Speaker and Audio Association
WiSA-compliant systems are fully interoperable, allowing the consumer the convenience and freedom-of-choice to mix and match components from different manufacturers.
CEDIA 2014 - 'Torus Power Hour +' CEDIA CEU Course Promises to Be a Groundbreaker Thanks to an All-Star Cast of Industry Experts
Renowned experts Anthony Grimani, Dennis Erskine, Arthur Kelm, Dr. Henry Pajooman, David Rodarte and Kevin Main give CEDIA professionals the inside track on grounding and power for high-end, high-performance installations
Units will be available for immediate purchase as an approved NACE dealer or through approved distribution partners.
Klein Tools' Open Jaw Cable Cutter Receives Platinum Award
Parks Associates: Doctor-patient video consultations will nearly triple from 5.7 million in 2014 to over 16 million in 2015
Charter Sponsors ADT, Care Innovations, Lowe's, and Z-Wave provide key leadership roles for the inaugural Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers
Microsoft is betting on the future of the smart home, and it's hoping to discover that future within its own ranks.
Earlier this summer, the company announced plans to launch a start-up accelerator focused specifically on home automation and the Internet of Things. It was a move made partly in an attempt to compete with Apple and Google, both of which have made significant strides in home automation. It's also a simple acknowledgement of a market that's expected to double in size over the next five years.
This past week, Microsoft announced the 10 start-ups that will participate in the accelerator program, which will run from September to December of this year on Microsoft's Redmond, Wash., campus. The chosen outfits were selected from a pool of more than 400 candidates.
"The goal of this Accelerator is simple: to help a new generation of companies create smarter and safer homes," said Steven Guggenheimer, chief evangelist at Microsoft Developer Experience, in a statement.
"We share the belief that over time the home automation trend will fundamentally change how we interact with and manage our homes — making them more efficient, communicative and ultimately safer." Full List:
Symetrix increases commitment to customers in Latin America and the Caribbean by appointing leading sales representative, PRO AVLS.
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. â€˘ 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory â€˘ 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. â€˘ Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power â€˘ Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection