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"wireless" references for the Electrical Engineer
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ECN Design Network Webcasts Webcast Description: ECN is offering a variety of on-demand technical webcasts.
Spread Spectrum Scene: The Smith Chart Web-Site Description: These pages on the Spread Spectrum Scene website have a broad range of references and tutorials on the subject of Smith Charts.
Z-Wave Technology Documentation Web-Page Description: Zensys offers a number of Z-Wave resources at this site, including a 20 page overview of the Z-Wave protocol.
International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors Specification Description: "The International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, known throughout the world as the ITRS, is the fifteen-year assessment of the semiconductor industry's future technology requirements."
ZigBee Specification at the ZigBee Alliance Specification Description: ZigBee is a wireless protocol designed for extremely low power, long battery life, static and dynamic star and mesh networks (>65000 nodes), with low latency.
Tutorials from Analog Devices Tutorial Description: Analog Devices has a broad range on online tutorials. These range from interactive DHTML tutorials to books in PDF form.
Basics of Design Tutorial Description: Electronic Design magazine occasionally includes a glossy insert entitled: "basics of Design". Each is corporate sponsored, and provides a basic tuturial on some design task. The collection is available at this location on the Electronic Design web site.
Introduction to RF Simulation and its Application White Paper Description: This 47 page whitepaper introduction states: "This paper is an introduction to RF simulation methods and how they are applied to make common RF measurements. It describes the unique characteristics of RF circuits, the methods developed to simulate these circuits, and the application of these methods."
Techniques of RFID Systems: Architectures and Applications White Paper Description: This special report published by Microwave Journal in July 2006 provides a nice summary of historical and current developments in the world of RFID.
Catching the Z-Wave Article Description: This article from the October 2006 issue of Embedded Systems Design magazine explains the basics of Z-Wave and compares it to Zigbee.
Microwave Journal Magazine/Journal Description: Microwave Journal is published monthly, and contains a mix of industry news, technical articles and advertisements focusing on wireless products.
RFDesign Magazine/Journal Description: RF and Microwave Technology for Design Engineers
Embedded Technology Journal Magazine/Journal Description: Webzine on embedded technology.
IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Book Description: IEEE 802 Series standards for local and metropolitan area networks.
Wireless Network Security: 802.11, Bluetooth and Handheld Devices Book Description: 119 page report published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. NIST Special Publication 800-48. Recommendations of the NIST.
Fundamentals of Wireless Communication Book Description: The introduction states: "This text book takes a unified view of the fundamentals of wireless communication and explains the web of concepts underpinning thees advances at a level accessible to an audience with a basic background in probability and digital communication."
TinyOS Programming Book Description: This textbook provides an introduction to TinyOS programming.
Radio Antenna Engineering Book Description: Deals with antennas made of wires, masts, and towers for frequencies up to around 30MHz. Originally published in 1952.
Sensor Networks Book Description: Published April 2006 by the author. This 180 page text focuses on sensor networks, defined by the author: "A sensor network is a set of small autonomous systems, called sensor nodes which cooperate to solve at least one common application. Their tasks include some kind of perception of physical parameters."
The RF and Microwave Circuit Design Cookbook Book Description: This PDF contains scanned images of the original 259 page textbook published by Artech House Publishers in 1998. The back cover reads: "The RF and Microwave Circuit Design Cookbook reveals practical, tested methods for designing and implementing a wide range of nonlinear RF and microwave circuits..."
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"wireless" related tools for the Electrical Engineer
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TinyOS Embedded Operating Sysem Description: The TinyOS website states: "TinyOS is an open-source operating system designed for wireless embedded sensor networks."

"wireless" related organizations for the Electrical Engineer
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Triangle Advanced Design and Automation, PLLC Educational Description: Consulting EE that provides training workshops on various topics, including IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee, USB bus mastering, and quality engineering. Training is held in different locations around the US, Canada, and the UK
GSM Association Consortium Description: "Founded in 1987, The GSM Association (GSMA) is a global trade association representing more than 690 GSM mobile phone operators across 213 territories and countries of the world. In addition, more than 160 manufacturers and suppliers support the Associations initiatives as associate members. "
CDMA Development Group Consortium Description: "The CDMA Development Group (CDG), founded in December 1993, is an international consortium of companies who have joined together to lead the adoption and evolution of 3G CDMA wireless systems around the world. The CDG is comprised of CDMA service providers and manufacturers, application developers and content providers. By working together, the members help to ensure interoperability among systems, while expediting the availability of 3G CDMA technology to consumers."
Wireless Industrial Networking Alliance Consortium Description: The WINA website states: "The Wireless Industrial Networking Alliance (WINA) believes that industrial end users deserve access to clear, unbiased technical information on comprehensive wireless solutions. WINA is a coalition of companies, industry organizations, technology suppliers, software developers, systems integrators, and others interested in accelerating the adoption of wireless solutions for industry. WINA activities build industry understanding of and confidence in industrial wireless systems to help industry take advantage of the technology and to grow the entire market."
Z-Wave Alliance Consortium Description: The Z-Wave Alliance "is a consortium of leading independent manufacturers who have agreed to build wireless home control products based on the Zensys' Z-Wave open standard."
WiMedia Alliance Consortium Description: "WiMedia is the de-facto standard radio platform for ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless networking. With efficient power consumption and high data rates, WiMedia UWB has been selected by the Bluetooth SIG and the USB Implementers Forum as the foundation radio of their high-speed wireless specifications for use in next generation consumer electronics, mobile and computer applications. Over 200 international member corporations and research institutions support the non-profit WiMedia Alliance, developing specifications, certification tests, and educational programs."
Bluetooth Special Interest Group Consortium Description: Home of the Bluetooth specification.
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Consortium Description: The DNLA website says: "Members of the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) share a vision of a wired and wireless interoperable network of Personal Computers (PC), Consumer Electronics (CE) and mobile devices in the home enabling a seamless environment for sharing and growing new digital media and content services."
CDMA Certification Forum (CCF) Consortium Description: The CCF website says: "The CDMA Certification Forum, or CCF, is a partnership between CDMA operators and CDMA device vendors to establish and maintain a core global device certification process that helps improve quality through consistent interoperability, conformance and performance testing across the globe. "
CDMA Development Group Consortium Description: The CDG website says: "The CDMA Development Group (CDG), founded in December 1993, is an international consortium of companies who have joined together to lead the adoption and evolution of 3G CDMA wireless systems around the world.

The CDG is comprised of CDMA service providers and manufacturers, application developers and content providers. By working together, the members help to ensure interoperability among systems, while expediting the availability of 3G CDMA technology to consumers."

GSM Association Consortium Description: The GSMA website says: "Founded in 1987, The GSM Association (GSMA) is a global trade association representing over 700 GSM mobile phone operators across 218 countries of the world. In addition, more than 200 manufacturers and suppliers support the Association's initiatives as associate members.

The primary goals of the GSMA are to ensure mobile phones and wireless services work globally and are easily accessible, enhancing their value to individual customers and national economies, while creating new business opportunities for operators and their suppliers. The Association's members serve more than 2 billion customers over 82% of the world's mobile phone users."

Ethernet Alliance.org Consortium Description: The mission of the Ethernet Alliance "is to promote industry awareness, acceptance, and advancement of technology and products based on both existing and emerging IEEE 802 Ethernet standards and their management."