A series of articles about what's happening in the home technology and DVD industry.
THE Insider has been busy again for the last few months. Here is some more of his insight about what's happening in the home technology and DVD industry.
an industry marketing/communications expert with more than 15 years of video, storage and networking experience.
Finally there is a solution for the homes that were abandoned by the Sony DST years ago. There is a simple plug-and-play solution for multi-zone, multi-source Audio/Video signal distribution and control over RG6 or RG59 cables also. The advanced keypad controller also enhances the aesthetics of the system. Any standard structured wired home with home-run coaxial cables can also benefit from this solution.
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Electric floor heating systems are usually connected through a programmable thermostat that controls each individual room. These thermostats work off a floor sensor to allow accurate control of the heat. The heating systems can be connected to the home automation system by either using a non-programmable thermostat controlled by the HA system, or by directly connecting the floor sensor to the home automation system using the controls in the system to monitor the temperature of the floor.
This paper offers new insights into the technical and financial benefits of incorporating enhanced flash storage solutions into residential gateway products.
Now everyone can share the printers, access the TV, stereo and video/music libraries even if that content is located on one of the other family member?s PC.
We looked for a centralized CD/DVD storage solution that didn?t cost an arm and a leg and have seen a couple. But they still aren?t inexpensive and they aren?t idiot-proof yet.
You could meet a business contact at lunch and be able to transfer data, (large spread sheets, Power Point Presentation, business contacts, etc.), from your USB memory stick to theirs all without the aid of a computer.
Regardless of whether you?re a professional home theater installer or a retailer offering in-home mounting options, you?ll want to keep the following ?Top Ten? tips and techniques at the top of your mind.
There are many logical reasons for putting electronic equipment in a rack. But racks look super-cool; and for big boys? toys, coolness is at least as important as logic.
The expanding and more complex list of sound output devices means distributed audio technology needs to be ahead of the curve to handle current and future generations of output devices. This is where the distributed audio buyer needs to be aware of recent advancements in system architecture, attractive styling, and ease-of-use features.
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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. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection