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Jonathan Davis

Jonathan Davis

Jonathan Davis (JD) works as a wireless engineer for an enterprise organization. He has 20 years of experience in IT across many specialties. He is a co-host and producer of CenterFreqs and blogs at subnetwork.me. When he isn’t behind a computer, he spends a lot of time outside gardening or exploring the world around him, often with a camera in his hand.

Posts Featuring Jonathan Davis

3 IoT Protocols to Watch in 2020

As we roll into the next decade and IoT becomes commonplace in most organizations, requirements for connectivity will change. Over the last decade of Wi-Fi, we’ve seen a push for…

CBRS and Unlicensed LTE

When considering network choices for IoT devices, a common choice is LTE. As 5G deployments cover more areas, technologies like Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) will become available for adoption.…

Waggle Dance Yourself to Automation

ZigBee, named for the waggle dance bees use to communicate, is one of the oldest, and most often used protocols, but how much do you know about it? ZigBee operates…

Is IPv6 Too Big for an IoT Tiny Home?

Read about wireless IoT protocols, and one feature will stick out above the rest. 6LoWPAN is a typical client addressing protocol. But what is it? The “6” gives us an…

2020—The Rise of the Machines?

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the Internet of Things recently. Well, I’ve spent the last seven years thinking about IoT. Seven years ago, I bought my first…

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