ALSO NOTED: AirTight Networks' SpectraGuard; The state of play for 802.11n; and much more...

> AirTight Networks is showing Release 4.0 of its SpectraGuard Planner wireless LAN and security planning tool. Press release

> Getting enough sleep is important for human beings, but sleep mode is also very important for reducing power consumption in 802.15.4 applications. Discussion

> The University of Washington in Seattle has 39,251 students, 27,600 faculty and staff and 218 buildings on 643 acres, and it has just deployed massive Aruba WLAN for campus-wide mobile networking. Report

> Fujitsu Siemens LOOX T830 Pocket PC phone is finally here; it offers direct e-mail, integrated mobile phone use and the latest UMTS and GPS technology allowing communication via GSM/UMTS or VoIP via WLAN. Review

> See this summary of the 802.11n state of play by Sudheer Matta.

> Telit Communications has partnered with Pedagog to provide the world's first network-independent wireless camera. The IrisCamera is the first camera that can transmit video recordings live and in color to mobile telephones. Telit's Website

> UK rail operator GNER (Great North Eastern Railways) has completed the installation of WiFi on all its trains, and the company now boasts of owning the world's largest WiFi fleet. Report

> Summit Data Communications says its 10G family of 802.11g client modules has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance and also certified for Cisco Compatible Extensions (CCX) Version 3. Report

And finally... How do you get a Hex key out of an ASCII string? If you are worried about network security, than Guy Kewneys' scary hex-for-Halloween story would be of interest to you.  

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