cognitive radio

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cognitive radio

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(Telecommunications) a radio that can automatically alter frequency, power, modulation, etc, according to where it is located
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In its development, the IEEE 802.11 working group released 802.11ah or Wi-fi HaLow technology as the new Wi-fi standard.
Leon, "Evaluation of IEEE 802.11ah technology for wireless sensor network applications," 2015, http://urn.
The new standard from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) with the name of 802.11ah is a quite hot topic in the field of the Internet of Things (IoT).
"The most recent addition to D-Link's portfolio is our "Home Connect" series, with products using 802.11ah, Z-Wave and Zigbee-based technologies helping people to implement a complete smart home solution," said Sakkeer Hussain, Director, Sales and Marketing, D-Link Middle East.
D-Link's portfolio is our "Home Connect" series with products using 802.11ah,
Aviacomm Inc., a developer of integrated RF (radio frequency) circuits and Newracom Inc., a wireless solutions innovator, have collaborated to develop a high-performance IEEE 802.11ah modem for Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, the companies said.
In fact, the Wi-Fi HaLow standard of Wi-Fi Alliance mentioned in this story is based on an IEEE standard, IEEE 802.11ah.
This series is intended for use in the 700/800/900MHz spectrum for high power Industrial, Scientific, Medical (ISM) frequency band applications, including IEEE 802.15.4/4g, Wireless M-Bus, Smart Utility Network (SUN), IEEE 802.11ah Wi-Fi HaLow, and a host of other low-power wide area networking (LP-WAN) connectivity technologies such as LoRa, SigFox, Weightless, and Narrowband Cellular IoT (NB-CIoT).
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Wi-Fi Alliance branded its next-generation 802.11ah wireless protocol as Wi-Fi HaLow, targeted at the Internet of Things (IoT), which includes the smart home, connected car, and digital healthcare, as well as industrial, retail, agriculture, and smart-city environments.