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In her new role, Drew will be responsible for leading the effort to apply the world-class engineering and science talent Exelis has in system development, networking, radio frequency communications and information systems.
Also, unlike radio frequency communications, which suffer from a congested bandwidth, optical wireless benefits from an unlimited and unregulated spectrum.
Revere Security safeguards solutions in embedded systems, radio frequency communications, sensor technologies, smart meters, mobile computing and more.
A radio frequency communication system enables good application flexibility by allowing permanent communications between carriages and off-board controls.
This technology combines the positive structural property of plastics with electromagnetic properties of metal leading to very innovative applications in the increasingly challenging area of electro magnetic compatibility (EMC) of electronic circuits, as well as in Microwave transmission and Radio Frequency communications including the most recent technology of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).
Radio frequency identification, which uses wireless, electronic, radio frequency communications to label and identify objects, advances the concept of the bar code significantly.
Today complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) chips are the foundation for computing applications; silicon germanium (SiGe) bipolar chips provide radio frequency communications and analog functions.
Heath-Zenith's new Remote Home Wireless Lighting System, using radio frequency communications, has rolled out to about 300 Lowe's retail shelves since April, according to Lowe's and store visits.