[CoMoDev] Re: PalmSource DevCon

  • From: "Andrei P." <andreip@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <comodev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 10:48:08 -0600



These SDIO cards are working on 13 MHz frequency. Make sure you have right
application for that. The company I'm working for is using 915 MHz devices,
because all the apps for Walmart and DOD and the rest suppose to work on
that frequency. Also there are different classes and generations or RFID
tags and readers that don't work with each other.


Yeah . Mark and myself, we were there for the meeting. Didn't see anybody





From: comodev-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:comodev-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Mark Moss
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 10:13 AM
To: comodev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [CoMoDev] Re: PalmSource DevCon
Importance: High


David / Dick


        I was their with the Russian Gentleman ( I think his name was
Andrie, was a first time attende at the April meeting ) did not see Dick or
anyone else though.  Arrived at 6:30 pm and left at about 7:15 pm.  Where
were you Guys ?


        Also sent an article to the freelist that did not get sent out to
everyone, was on RFID also.


Mark Moss


----- Original Message ----- 

From: dick_grier Grier <mailto:dick_grier@xxxxxxx>  

To: comodev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 

Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 9:48 AM

Subject: [CoMoDev] Re: PalmSource DevCon


Hi Dave,


Thanks for the report.


You asked:



How'd the meeting go last week?



Well, Rachel and I were there!  I guess the proximity to the Holiday weekend
was a turn-off.  It couldn't have been a lack of interest in MEDC, could it?
Oh well.  I can give a very quick rundown at the next meeting.  


I do have a great link to an Engineer's view of RFID (my title for the
article).  Go to Tag It! at:


I also made contact with WDI in Canada (www.wdi.ca) who have some very
interesting RFID reader/writers that use SDIO on a Pocket PC platform
(probably Windows Mobile Smartphone, too).  I hope to get a developer kit
soon so that I can show it off.




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