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KNX-RF Multi Goes Low Power

NOV
10
2020
10. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 3: Low Power Communication

15:00-15:25 h | Virtual

The presentation provides an introduction to the latest KNX RF Multi standard updates, allowing significant reduction of the power consumption for battery driven devices. It explains where the initial version of the KNX RF Multi reached its limits having larger RF networks and RF communication from foreign projects. It suffers from a long preamble phase requiring receivers to have long wake phases and receiving all KNX telegrams regardless if addressed or not. An explanation of how the updated standard solves these issues and reduces the energy required for an event driven bus communication to a minimum is provided. The presentation starts with a theoretical part, explaining the problems, ideas and solutions in detail, and then goes to a second part diving into real-world use case performing KNX RF Multi communication & RF network analysis to demonstrate the practical benefits.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Jens Kamenik (ise Individuelle Software und Elektronik GmbH), Christoph Sahm (ise Individuelle Software und Elektronik GmbH)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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The presentation provides an introduction to the latest KNX RF Multi standard updates, allowing significant reduction of the power consumption for battery driven devices. It explains where the initial version of the KNX RF Multi reached its limits having larger RF networks and RF communication from foreign projects. It suffers from a long preamble phase requiring receivers to have long wake phases and receiving all KNX telegrams regardless if addressed or not. An explanation of how the updated standard solves these issues and reduces the energy required for an event driven bus communication to a minimum is provided. The presentation starts with a theoretical part, explaining the problems, ideas and solutions in detail, and then goes to a second part diving into real-world use case performing KNX RF Multi communication & RF network analysis to demonstrate the practical benefits.

Jens Kamenik

ise Individuelle Software und Elektronik GmbH

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Christoph Sahm

ise Individuelle Software und Elektronik GmbH

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