IMMEDIATE RELEASE Johanson Technology Joins ONE-NET Alliance
Johanson Technology to Support ONE-NET Open-Source Wireless Control
October 27, 2008 – Petaluma, California
– ONE-NET announced today that Johanson Technology has joined the ONE-NET
open-source wireless networking alliance. Johanson Technology joins
a growing list of companies supporting the ONE-NET wireless standard.
“We are excited that Johanson will be supporting ONE-NET with their
excellent line of passive RF components” said James Martin, CEO of Threshold
Corporation, and a founding member of the ONE-NET alliance.
ONE-NET wireless standard is the world’s foremost multi-vendor, open
source wireless control protocol. ONE-NET was specifically optimized
home control applications and includes important features such as integrated
peer-to-peer operation. It also features a high level of security, excellent
range, and low power consumption. ONE-NET’s comprehensive design specification
is distributed royalty-free, accelerating the availability and use of
wireless connectivity in a wide variety of devices and applications.
Source code examples for microcontrollers, schematics, and bills-of-materials
for reference designs are readily available, and simple open-source
licensing rules apply.
ONE-NET can be implemented with a variety
of off-the-shelf wireless transceivers and microcontrollers from leading
vendors such as Micrel, Analog Devices, Texas Instruments, Semtech,
RF Monolithics, Integration Associates, Silicon Labs, Renesas, and Freescale.
Johanson Technology Incorporated is located in Camarillo, California,
and was formed to provide high frequency ceramic solutions for Cellular,
WLAN, Bluetooth, WiMax, WiFi, UWB, RF/Microwave, and Fiber Optic applications,
as well as custom high frequency ceramic solutions.
Technology offers a broad range of standard ceramic products including:
Multilayer Capacitors, Single Layer Capacitors, RF Inductors, RF Wire-wound
Inductors, Chip Antennas, Baluns, Balanced Filters, Band Pass Filters,
High Pass Filter, Low Pass Filters, Couplers, and Diplexers. For more