Z-Wave

Z-Wave communicates using low-power radio technology in the 868 MHz frequency band; it is designed specifically for home automation applications and communicating homes. With the latest 800 protocol, Z-wave is back on the front lines of the stage and the prices are finally reasonable.


Z-wave 800 Long stores the bottom of the z-wave

This is another article that is close to my heart, the Z-wave protocol is coming back to the forefront. Silabs has decided to change things, module prices are finally accessible,...

Testing the Z-Station Z-wave>me multi-protocol USB adapter

A small exclusive on the web, and yes I am one of the first to test the new superhero dongle from the ZWAVE>ME brand, the multiprotocol USB adapter on Z-STATION...

Z-wave 800LR Silabs relaunches z-wave

Since the acquisition of the manufacturing of Z-wave chips, and the significant progress on the market, Silabs is preparing to resuscitate Z-wave on the European market. Last month I wrote...

Z-wave dead and buried

I admit, the title is a bit big, it is still a question of making an objective retrospective of this protocol which seems to disappear from the radars of European...

Z-wave VS Matter

Z-Wave: Matter is an opportunity for true interoperability

Zigbee vs Z-wave

To start, there are some zigbee vs z-wave comparisons on the internet but I find that they do not go all the way. So I will detail in this article...