Join us on the 2nd November at Hinxton Hall for an exploration of the ‘connected person’ and their connected environment


Getting Above the Noise in Micropower Networks in Shared Access Spectrum

Hybrid networks promise the world - combining terrestrial networks and utilising satellite for the uncovered 85% of the Earth's surface.  But that 85% is remote - little infrastructure, no power, difficult access.  Many applications, such as smart agriculture, maritime, resource and remote asset monitoring are cost-sensitive and demand ultra-low power. This presentation will discuss the implementation using shared access spectrum, covering some of the challenges and solutions to implement a hybrid network in the ISM bands - from power usage, overcoming interference and antenna design through to roaming, quality of service and the capability gap between terrestrial and satellite communications.


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