Cambridge Wireless is discussing ‘Sensing from Radio’

Cambridge Wireless announced today the latest presentation from the Joint Short Range Wireless and Wireless Sensing Special Interest Group taking place on 29th September 2010 at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge.



Wireless systems have been an invaluable part of sensing and telemetry. However, the radio system itself can be used for sensing and measuring things like location, medical phenomena, even the weather. This event will present a range of topics where wireless itself provides the transduction, and possibly the data carrier too. Topics will range from ultrawideband, spectrum monitoring, THz devices and CMOS and the latest Ofcom study results into wireless devices and much more.

For more information, please visit www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/events