Home-automation buses: Protocols really hit home

Strassberg, Dan
April 1995
EDN;4/13/95, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p69
Trade Publication
Focuses on buses and protocols used in automating homes. Tasks handled by automation systems; Major contenders among home-automation protocols; Comparison of protocols. INSETS: Demand management: Home automation's `killer app?'.;Looking ahead..


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