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mote

(reMOTE) A wireless receiver/transmitter that is typically combined with a sensor of some type to create a remote sensor. Some motes are designed to be incredibly small so that they can be deployed by the hundreds or even thousands for various applications (see smart dust).
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My mother & so called 'siblings' get nothing except the memory that they are the ones that drove me into the deepest depression I've ever been in," Motes wrote in the note.
Uncovering this exclusive photo of Julia, now 46, and Motes, now 68, together, we discovered how her stepdad is now planning a tell-all memoir about their past.
Mote Runner on MEMSIC IRIS motes is a wireless sensor network in a box," comments Thorsten Kramp, computer scientist, IBM Research.
The Climate Genie[TM] System CG500 includes backbone motes (PN CG101) for range, and mobile motes (PN CG102), which come standard with 3 directional light sensors, or 3 photosynthesis sensors, digital temperature, and digital humidity sensors.
The new IBM Mote Runner-Semtech system is available starting today.
Motes is aware that the hunting population is aging, and he said his tree crawler will allow more people to hunt for more years.
This enables advanced simulation prior to deploying motes in the field, eliminating most programming errors before deployment.
Motes holds a Bachelor of Communications degree from Arizona State University with a strong focus on Psychology and Business Management.
Grape Networks' data from the sensor motes are summarized within the network and sent via microwave to the Internet to servers for viewing anywhere in the world.
Washington, February 12 ( ANI ): Julia Roberts' half-sister Nancy Motes, who died recently, left a suicide note, it has been revealed.