As we gradually transition into worldwide smart homes, Home Automation Protocols or Network Protocols will be the most important technical function. Network Protocols serve as the connections over vast distances that allow smart devices to communicate with one another. Smart homes could use the incumbent protocol, but WiFi presents interference problems from existing devices (such as laptops and smartphones) that would quickly drain loads of battery power. Furthermore, smart devices will require more power as they increase functions and performance (such as doorbell cameras, which need to transfer video data instantly when someone pushes the doorbell button), requiring the...Read More
Author: Joseph Mack
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