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The rapid development of the wireless sensor networks has led to various mobile devices to access diverse Web-based applications. Existing mobile ubiquitous computing environment is the technical complexity and the lack of usability of the services offered to developers. This study addresses these issues developing a scalable wireless communication architecture for dealing with attendance monitoring applications in mobile ubiquitous computing. The wireless communication architecture is composed of ZigBee Sensor Network, Mobile Transfer, Middleware Web Server, and Mobile Client. To demonstrate the feasibility of the infrastructure, a Mobile Ubiquitous Employee Attendance Monitoring System (MUEAMS) is implemented with ZigBee devices to offer real time dynamic monitor for employee presence.