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Berkeley's Mesh Network: Dust in the RFID Wind

By Renee Boucher Ferguson  |  Posted 11-03-2006 Print
UC/Berkeley scientists are perfecting a cloud of motes—tiny network sensors—to create reader-free RFID networks that can still find items.

UC/Berkeley researchers have created tiny wireless "motes"—aka network sensors—that use radio signals to communicate where they are located in physical space.



 

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