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Synapse Portal software provides intuitive configuration and control of SNAP/ZigBee wireless networks

Huntsville, Alabama, April 30, 2007 – Today, Synapse announced its Portal PC-based software for configuring and controlling of SNAP™ (Synapse Network Appliance Protocol™) and ZigBee® wireless networks.

Synapse Portal™ network administration software allows the user to configure and change complex behavior of End Devices without complex programming using simple scripts to define behavior. Versions of Synapse Portal can also support up to 65,000 devices, provide an accessible API (Application Programming Interface) for interfacing with third-party applications, and have Internet accessibility so users can configure, control, and monitor their network and devices from anywhere.

Synapse introduces SNAP, a small ZigBee-like self-forming network stack (NO Programming Required!)

Huntsville, Alabama, April 30, 2007 – Today, Synapse™ introduced SNAP™ (Synapse Network Appliance Protocol™) a high-performance, low-power, small-memory-footprint protocol that allows anyone to create an intelligent wireless network, without having to know anything about wireless networks – NO Programming Required!

In addition to SNAP’s small memory-footprint (the SNAP stack occupies only 16 KB), it also consumes less power than other solutions. “SNAP and SNAP-based products were designed from the ground-up to be incredibly power-efficient,” states Wade Patterson, CEO and Founder of Synapse, “a Synapse RF Engine™ can consume as little as 47uA in real world operation, which means these units can actually run for the specified shelf-life of the battery used to power them!”

Control Solutions, Inc SNAP-based networks are self-forming; when a Synapse End Device™ is powered-up, it is automatically recognized by the Synapse Coordinator™ and incorporated into the network without the user having to lift a finger.

Synapse introduces SNAP/ZigBee RF module with up to 3 mile range

Huntsville, Alabama, April 30, 2007 – Today, Synapse™ introduced its RF Engine, a wireless module with a range of up to three miles that is used to power Synapse SNAP™ (Synapse Network Appliance Protocol™) and ZigBee® wireless networks.

The Synapse RF Engine™ is a small, low-power, plug-in RF transmitter-receiver module that can be used in conjunction with users’ own devices or with Synapse’s product line. The Synapse RF Engine is available in a variety of configurations: with or without amplification, with an internal (F) antenna or an external SMA antenna, and running SNAP or a full ZigBee stack.

Synapse’s RF Engine comes standard with a SNAP network stack. The SNAP stack is a high-performance, low-power, small-memory-footprint protocol. SNAP-based networks are self-forming; it is not necessary to devote time and resources toward developing an applications layer. As soon as a Synapse End Device has been incorporated into the network, the PC-based Synapse Portal™ software administrator can be used to configure the behavior of the End Device.

About Synapse
Synapse is the emerging leader for intelligent wireless control networking solutions. Including hardware, firmware, and software; Synapse provides a complete range of low-cost, off-the-shelf and custom end-to-end wireless network solutions. For more information visit our website:


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