RTX: DECT ULE: The Newcomer


The “Internet of Things” integrates objects from everyday life into the Internet. Household appliances, smoke detectors or door entry systems, but also networked sensors in industry or RFI tags, all receive an IP address and can be addressed directly in the manner familiar from the Internet. The connection is established with various fixed-wire or wireless technologies. The latter include Wi-Fi or ZigBee in the 2.4GHz band, but also proprietary solutions with different protocols and radio frequencies in the ISM or SRD bands.

And then there is the newcomer – DECT ULE – that has the advantage over the other technologies mentioned here in that it operates in a frequency band that is reserved exclusively for DECT and is already available in many households as a cordless telephone or DECT-capable gateway.

This dedicated frequency band permits robust and reliable transmission.

The wide use of this technology facilitates its acceptance and integration into existing networks. It should not be forgotten that ULE, which incidentally stands for “ultra-low energy”, predestines this solution for battery operated systems that are intended to work for years with a single disposable battery.

RTX, a company with many years of experience in wireless communication in general and DECT in particular, has developed a DECT ULE module that is designed in a similar way to an existing Wi-Fi module. This strategy opens up new flexibility in the design of wireless communication systems and offers compact, as well as extremely energy-saving designs in every case.

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