Media praise for Building Wireless Sensor Networks

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"This is not the last word on using ZigBee and building wireless sensor networks, but it is essential reading if you are using Series 2 XBees. If this is the case then don't even spend time contemplating, just buy a copy because it will save you time."
-- Harry Fairhead, I Programmer

"This book is a *must* for anyone working with xBee series 2 radios."
-- SFTA of Brooklyn, NY, WSN Motes

"I love this book!"
-- Jordan Husney, WSN Motes

"A huge amount of work has gone into this book to make it look simple. It is also up to date (late 2010). I highly recommend it to anyone."
-- Robin Pain, WSN Motes

"...after a few pages, you’re in and up and running. By the time your halfway through, you’re dangerous."
-- Bob and Joy Schwabach,

"An invaluable guide."
-- James A. Cox, The Midwest Book Review: The Bookwatch, March 2011, Volume 6, Number 3

"Building Wireless Sensor Networks is just what every wireless sensors enthusiast needs. It provides quick and practical guidance for building your very own wireless sensor networks using Zigbee. I appreciate the well structured presentation of ideas as well as the very practical approach in creating projects while learning very important concepts. It is like a workbook and laboratory manual in one!" Full Review >
-- Rino Sardon,

"A curious mix of microhardware cookbook and primer, where tutorials on fundamental radio signals and hexadecimal seem out of place and views on geek culture fit right in.The text features a comprehensive look at the XBee system (including copious illustrations and pictures) which also touches on the better known Arduino… " Full Review >
-- Isaac Fischer,

"NYU Professor Robert Faludi, has supplied a very easy to follow book tackling the construction of a XBee wireless network, which is not as simple as it may appear. He provides both a step by step guide and a basic understanding/education of the technology involved. This book starts with describing… " Full Review >
-- Keith Davidson,