Latest wireless communication Stories

2014-03-11 23:03:20

TMS Elektronik has grown to be a mid-size sales and engineering support organization synonymous with electronic component distribution and high technology systems. Their customer base is primarily in the wireless communication and RF microwave segments. Fremont, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2014 A Crystal Electronic Technology USA Inc., a supplier of Frequency Control Device Solutions, announced that TMS Elektronik Telekomunikasyon LTD. has been appointed as their Franchised Distributor in...

2013-08-22 23:22:33

New music set from GSM-Earpiece.com company will allow listening to music in any place anytime. Invisible Earpieces and the absence of impending wires are the main advantages of these new devices. (PRWEB) August 22, 2013 International on-line shop GSM-Earpiece.com specializing in devices for wireless communication has introduced new products – a series of wireless MP3 Bluetooth Sets ML 200, 300 & 400. New sets allow listening to music free with no cables traditionally connecting...

2012-07-20 12:20:53

Medical devices save countless lives, but after their recent study, an interdisciplinary research team warns that federal regulators need to improve how they track security and privacy problems in medical devices Medical devices save countless lives, and increasingly functions such as data storage and wireless communication allow for individualized patient care and other advances. But after their recent study, an interdisciplinary team of medical researchers and computer scientists warn...

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