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IoT is Finally Here, So We All Need to Rethink Our Approach to Security
Monday 8th August 2016

IoT is Finally Here, We All Need to Rethink Our Approach to Security

The concept of millions of devices connected via the internet has been talked about for at least 15 years, but the challenge of getting the hardware costs down to the...

Energy harvesting has given rise to low-power wireless sensors
Tuesday 1st March 2016

New Applications for Energy Harvesting

Blame it on the cell phone.

As mobile phones morphed from wireless analogy telephones to handheld computers, users kept demanding more and more energy-consuming features,­­ such as web browsing, videos, gaming...

Wireless Focus on Loan Working and BS8484
Friday 18th September 2015

BS8484 Loan Worker & Duty of Care. Is it legal to work alone and is it safe?

Working alone is not in itself against the law and it will often be safe to do so.

Employers are responsible for the health, safety and welfare at work of all their...

The threat from LTE (4G) to 868MHz alarm systems
Friday 18th December 2015

The threat from LTE (4G) to 868MHz alarm systems

With a conservative figure of 33 million 868MHz receivers in situ, there’s a growing concern over the impact of 4G (LTE) and “Out Of Band” (OOB) interference.

Ofcom (UK) issued a consultation document [i.55] on the...