Company Builds Bridge to Wireless Connectivity for OEMs  14981

October 1, 2004

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Company Builds Bridge to Wireless Connectivity for OEMs 

Originally Published MPMN October 2004


Company Builds Bridge to Wireless Connectivity for OEMs 

Embedded bridge module is designed for easy integration

The first in a family of embedded bridge modules designed to provide drop-in wireless connectivity for OEM applications includes an RS-232 interface and manufacturer-specific command set. DPAC Technologies (Garden Grove, CA) designed the device to reduce the time and effort involved in adding 802.11 connectivity to products with a built-in serial interface...


Thermoplastic Silicone Elastomer Combines the Best of Both Materials

Hybrid material offers a property profile not seen before in either thermoplastics or silicones

Munich, Germany–based Wacker Silicones has developed a new process for manufacturing a silicone compound. The resulting product, called Geniomer, has unique properties and characteristics...


Infrared Switch Cuts the Cord 

Wireless foot switch eliminates cable clutter  

A new twin aquiline foot switch manufactured by Linemaster Switch Corp. (Woodstock, CT) incorporates infrared technology to create a wireless unit. The infrared light waves transmit 360° of signal within an approximate 40-ft range...

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