Seamless integration of any type of wireless connectivity is our specialty.
What we do
We are set to accelerate time-to-market and to boost wider, global product relevance for consumer, infrastructure, and industrial connected devices, for Innovators, Startups, System Integrators, and OEMs. Fueled by passion, we are striving to add value to the bright, dynamic ecosystems of the global domains. As wireless RF solutions specialists, we help engineering teams to deliver optimal answers to complex connectivity challenges.
Top Wireless Technologies
Innovation potential, expected future impact, and continuous evolution mark the top wireless technologies. Wireless technologies evolve rapidly enabling new networking capabilities but also driving innovation in a range of areas beyond communications.
Wi-Fi is finding new roles beyond simple communications: enhanced location sensing, radar to track people, sensing human respiration rate, gesture recognition, backscatter, two-factor authentication, optical networking (LiFi), underwater networking.
Bluetooth, with a plethora of useful applications, is firmly in the foreground of consumer tech innovations: wireless speakers, headphones and earphones, trackers evolution, smart home integration and centralization, health monitoring, artificial Intelligence in sports.
LPWAN (LoRa, HaLow, NB-IoT) covers very large areas, such as cities or entire countries: wide range, low-cost devices, such as sensors and trackers, utility meters, private networks, in-building sensing.
Compared to 4G, 5G will deliver higher bandwidth, lower latency, and more capacity: cost-effective for high-speed data networking in large sites, the potential for real-time critical control functions and communications, edge architecture support.
The evolution of the Wireless Technologies
802.11 ax/ac/abgn - Wi-Fi 6 / 6E
Wi-Fi 6 is providing faster, more reliable connections. Its ability to handle much more traffic at once comes at a critical time, as more laptops, smartphones, cameras, smart speakers, displays and other personal and IoT devices crowd networks with massive new data flows. And for the next couple of years, that is much of what you’ll come to see out of the next-generation Wi-Fi: better, faster, and more reliable Wi-Fi connectivity. The newly allocated 6GHz band extends Wi-Fi 6 features for groundbreaking Wi-Fi 6E performance: doubles available spectrum and is designed to transform industries through a boost in speed, surge incapacity, and dramatic reduction in latency.
Bluetooth 5.1 is backward compatible with previous BT versions such as v5.0 and v4.2. and introduces direction finding which helps in locating your keys having Bluetooth tracker on them. It offers also "centimeter-level accuracy" in location finding. Its improved advertising mode helps smart devices to broadcast their measurements to other BT devices without connecting them. BT5.1 allows devices with limited batteries (e.g. smartwatch) to piggyback other powerful devices such as mobile phones and speeds up handshake processes with devices already paired previously.
802.11ah Wi-Fi HaLow
Wi-Fi HaLow is an optimized Wi-Fi solution for the Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Operating in the Sub 1GHz license-exempt band offers a greater coverage range. HaLow's power-saving mechanisms like a longer sleep time greatly reduce power consumption and hence increase battery life. This novel technology is designed to reduce collisions and support up to 8.191 stations efficiently. Wi-Fi HaLow applications enable a variety of new power-efficient use cases in the Smart Home, connected car, digital healthcare, wide area-based sensor networks, sensor backhaul system, potential Wi-Fi off-loading, as well as industrial, retail, agriculture, and Smart City environments.
The Internet of Things (IoT) challenge
In recent years a collection of new terms have been coined in an attempt to clarify the new scenario of connected applications and devices: the Internet of Everything (IoE) appears as a concept that contains both the IoT and the Internet of Humans (IoH), including the capability to share data between each other or among themselves using machine to machine (M2M) or machine to human (M2H) communications. Following a similar approach, we shape the IoT deﬁnition to include two different concepts: industrial IoT (iIoT) and consumer IoT (cIoT), exhibiting a new scenario that will dominate the world’s communications in the near future, at least in terms of number of participating devices.