Wireless Networks are now Ubiquitous
Today wireless networks are taken for granted. They are both commonplace and everywhere – connecting a multitude of personal, consumer and industrial devices over short, medium and long range.
We, at Innovelec, from foundation, focused on wireless networks as a market set for very high growth. Initially offering WiFi IEEE802.11a/b/g and Bluetooth 4.0 devices, modules and platforms. Today WiFi and Bluetooth technology have advanced tremendously both in bandwidth, distance, noise and co-existence mitigation. The latter now supports meshing to create massive networks of devices. However new wireless technologies have emerged to support new applications such as IoT. IEEE802.15.4, Google’s Thread, LoRa, SigFox, etc. have entered the market – each with features addressing such aspects as security, very long distance (10km+), self-healing meshes, sensor battery life, etc. We’ll look at these in more detail below soon.
MIMO, Beam Forming….
Low Energy, Mesh…..
IEEE802.15.4, Google Thread, Sub-Gigahertz, ISM bnads
Extending Range and Battery Life