What's In Our Future?

"People should never have to adapt to technology. We already have plenty to do and learn. Ideally, any new technology should adapt to us, and allow us to accomplish more tasks with less effort."

Which One Should I Use, Part V

Dim/Bright Commands and Coupler-Repeaters ...plus some other information about new stuff in the world of X-10

X-10 Myths & Realities

"Myth: X-10 can't transmit analog data. / Reality: X-10 currently has systems installed (which X-10 developed for Honeywell) employing PLC transmission of both temperature and light levels transmitted using X-10 protocols after A to D conversion."

Automating on a Tight Budget

Driving Forces of the Automation Industry

Home Plug and Play Plugfest

Home Plug and Play Plugfest

HomeVision - Version 2.4

HomeVoice - Version 1.1

INTRODUCTION TO THE CEBUS® COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL

Some Common X-10 Questions and Answers

Two-Way Lamp and Appliance Modules with Status Polling

When Will Automation Get Easy?

Which One Should I Use - Part IV

Complex Residential Coupling with Considerations for Dim/Bright

MASS - Version 2.0

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