Zigbee gains popularity for in-building monitors

Bush, Steve
November 2006
Electronics Weekly;11/1/2006, Issue 2263, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Zigbee technology has been implemented by Swiss power sensing firm LEM. Zigbee has been dubbed as Wi-LEM for in-building wireless network products. According to Tarek Boumegoura from LEM UK, Zigbee is best suited for industrial and building environments. In the building automation industry, Zigbee is becoming more popular.


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