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Benefits of a Software Defined Radio Architecture for the Implementation of LPWAN Systems like Mioty

NOV
12
2020
12. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 13: Mioty II

14:25-14:50 h | Virtual

Software-defined radio (SDR) is a concept for radio communication systems, which abandons the paradigm of using highly specialized hardware components in favor of flexible software implementations. While the idea of SDR is not new, the rapidly evolving capabilities of digital electronics extend the boundaries for software-based solutions towards even the most demanding systems, once considered purely theoretical. The mioty technology developed by Fraunhofer IIS and promoted by the mioty Alliance stands for a novel LPWAN protocol entirely realized in a software defined radio architecture. This enables a wide range of hardware options for sensor devices as well as base stations. The software-based concept therefore is key to overcome the single source problem by detaching the implementation from a specific hardware platform. In addition, major future features can be integrated into existing devices with a simple software update. This presentation will give an overview of the software defined radio architecture and the innovative approach the mioty technology draws its benefit from. Furthermore, currently available options for implementing devices are discussed. Finally, an outlook of upcoming new features proves the extensibility of the approach by demonstrating the ease of integrating them into the existing system.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Stefan Ereth (Fraunhofer IIS)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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Software-defined radio (SDR) is a concept for radio communication systems, which abandons the paradigm of using highly specialized hardware components in favor of flexible software implementations. While the idea of SDR is not new, the rapidly evolving capabilities of digital electronics extend the boundaries for software-based solutions towards even the most demanding systems, once considered purely theoretical. The mioty technology developed by Fraunhofer IIS and promoted by the mioty Alliance stands for a novel LPWAN protocol entirely realized in a software defined radio architecture. This enables a wide range of hardware options for sensor devices as well as base stations. The software-based concept therefore is key to overcome the single source problem by detaching the implementation from a specific hardware platform. In addition, major future features can be integrated into existing devices with a simple software update. This presentation will give an overview of the software defined radio architecture and the innovative approach the mioty technology draws its benefit from. Furthermore, currently available options for implementing devices are discussed. Finally, an outlook of upcoming new features proves the extensibility of the approach by demonstrating the ease of integrating them into the existing system.

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Fraunhofer IIS

Stefan Ereth

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Fraunhofer IIS

Stefan Ereth
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