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GME 12576 - UNIVERSAL GARAGE DOOR OPENERS Organization: GME
MCGRAW - INTERNET OF THINGS DO IT - THE INTERNET OF THINGS: DO-IT-YOURSELF AT HOME PROJECTS FOR ARDUINO, RASPBERRY PI, AND BEAGLEBONE BLACK Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: Inventive DIY projects include: Home temperature monitoring system Raspberry Pi home weather station Webcam and Raspberry Pi camera Internet-enabled, Arduino-powered garage door opener Arduino irrigation control system Arduino lighting controller BeagleBone Black message controller BeagleBone Black temperature sensor with cloud service Machine-to-machine communications
SNZ - AS/NZS 4268 - RADIO EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS-SHORT RANGE DEVICES-LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENT - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 1: OCTOBER 2013 Organization: SNZ
Date: 2012-07-18
Description: Examples of SRDs are: alarms, baby monitors, garage door openers, data collection systems, retail and logistic systems, telecommand applications, wireless home data telemetry and/or security systems, and keyless automobile entry systems.
IEEE - ANSI C63.10 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD OF PROCEDURES FOR COMPLIANCE TESTING OF UNLICENSED WIRELESS DEVICES Organization: IEEE
Date: 2013-06-27
Description: These unlicensed wireless devices include, but are not limited to, the following: — Remote control and security unlicensed wireless devices — Frequency hopping and direct sequence spread spectrum devices — Digital transmission system devices — Antipilferage devices — Cordless telephones — Radio frequency identification (RFID) tag readers — Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure devices — Intrusion detectors — Unlicensed wireless devices operating below 30 MHz — Wireless (garage) door openers — Ultra-wideband (UWB) devices — Automatic vehicle identification systems — Inductive devices Clause 2 and Clause 3 contain the normative references and definitions used in this standard, respectively.

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