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Roma Tech & South Europe Forum - Convegno RF & Wireless Sfide e benefici - Telit a cura di Comprel

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reti wireless in banda ISM e complementarietà con le reti cellulari - Telit Rf technologies a cura di Comprel

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    • 1. Reti wireless in banda ISM e complementarieta’ con le reti cellulari www.telit.com Roma: 3-12-09 tony.spizzichino @telit.com
    • 2. M2M Market potential is huge White Goods, HVAC, Smart Grids/AMM Industrial/Park/Building/Stores/Home automation Lightening, Traffic, signaling automation, Advertising, Health Care, Defense/Military
    • 3. What is a SRD operating in ISM band?
      • According to the ETSI standard a SRD (Short Range Devices) is a wireless communication device, with frequencies from 25 MHz to 40 GHz, that offer a low risk of interference with other radio services, usually because their transmitted power, and hence their range, is low
      • The ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) bands are unlicensed frequen- cies regulated by the ITU-R. Most used bands for M2M applications are 433, 868, 915 MHz and 2.4 GHz
      • Most of M2M Applications require network capabilities and low power consumptions
    • 4. ISM EU and US Regulations REC70-03, ETSI EN 300 220-1 FCC §CFR 47 Part 15
    • 5. EU Regulation for the maximum PW ≤ 1% ≤ 0.1% ≤ 10% ≤ 100% 25mW
    • 6. Which is the best Frequency Band ? Obstacles Performances Reflection
    • 7. SRD Network Characteristics for M2M Apps
      • Low Power consumption
      • High link budget
      • Efficient & reliable routing
      • Data security
      • Open Standard
      • Low datarate, high efficiency
      • High sensitivity, RF powers
      • Robust protocols
      • Encryption algorithms
      • Cost stability and reduction
      Wireless M-BUS
    • 8. 802.15.4 and ZigBee™ ZigBee Stack PHY Layer @ 2.4 GHz MAC Layer MAC Layer NETWORK Layer Star/Cluster/Mesh APPLICATION PROFILE IEEE 802.15.4 ZigBee Alliance SECURITY Chipset Telit Wireless Solutions, November 2009
    • 9. ZE 50-2.4 RF modules
      • Designed for:
      •  Metering
      •  Building automation
      •  Wireless sensor network
      • Main characteristics:
      •  Range up to 200m
      •  Dimensions: 26 x 15 x 3 mm
      •  Output power 1mW
      •  Radio Data Rate: 250 Kbps
      •  Frequency: 2400 – 2483,5 MHz
      •  Channels: 16
      •  Temperature -40°C to +85°C
      •  Power Consumption at 3.6 V:
        • Rx: 31 mA
        • Tx: 35 mA
        • Stand-by: 2 μ A
      Telit Wireless Solutions, November 2009
    • 10. Why SRD Network in ISM bands ?
      • When several devices-sensors present in a restricted and defined area have to be connected, the use of a ‘point-to-point’ comunication technology (for istance cellular network) can be not economically profitable
      • However, when there are many devices-sensors defined areas also spread in a wide area, the two networks shown the full complementarity and provides the best solution when
    • 11. SRD Products: Make it or Buy it !
      • Development cost of a simple SRD product in ISM band with networking capabilities can range from ~ 100 to ~ 250 K € for companies with deep RF desing experiences
      • DEVELOPMENT COSTS
      • HW development
      • SW integration
      • Test Bench dev. and equipment
      • Certifications / Homologations
      • Redesign cost due to Chipset/Standard
      • After sales and support
      • Additional production costs
      • Increased warranty costs
      • Hidden cost due to lack of RF experience
    • 12. Technologies in comparison Technologies in comparison Wi-Fi PC Networks Video 10 1,000 100 10 kb 1 Mb 100 kb Telit Short Range Technologies Milit ary Logistics Industrial Automation and Control Home and Building Automation Bluetooth Headsets PDA/ Telephones PC Peripherals Coverage in meters Maximum 16 km @ 9.6 kbps Transmission Rate 10 Mb 10,000 ZigBee Industry Automation Building Automation Telemetry & Sensors Medical Technology
    • 13. Short Range Products Telit Owned Protocol Stacks. Coordinator Reduced Function Device Full Function Device
        • Transparent, Adressed secured.
        • Network,Telemetry, I/O Copy.
        • Ready to use, easy to handle.
        • TELIT Mesh Lite M-ONE
        • Low Power Mesh (long autonomy with battery).
        • Self-routing, self healing (easy installation & maintenance).
        • Remote Monitoring and management.
        • Unique Telit feature.
      TELIT Standard S-ONE
        • TELIT Wireless M-BUS
        • Compliant with EN13757 - 4 and 5
        • Dedicated to remote meter reading.
        • Mesh functionalities.
        • ZCP 2007 certified.
        • ZCP PRO planned certification.
        • Low cost.
      TELIT Technology’s ZigBee® Z-ONE
    • 14. Short Range Products RF Technology Overview. Technology Overview Hardware Software GFSK FHSS DSSS 433 MHz 868 MHz 915 MHz 2.4 GHz S-One Z-One CONFIDENTIAL for TELECOM IT eyes only M-One M-BUS
    • 15. Who is Telit ? Main Facts. Publicly Listed at London Stock Exchange : LSE:TCM.L “AIM” Core business: Machine to Machine communications Launched: 2003 Global Corporate Headquarters: worldwide Regional Headquarters: Trieste Italy Tel Aviv Israel Raleigh USA NORTH America São Paulo Brazil LATIN America Seoul Korea APAC Employees: 350 Revenue 2008: € 59.1 million EMEA Telit develops, manufactures and markets GSM/GPRS | UMTS/WEDGE/HSDPA | CDMA | WiFi | ZigBee Short Range RF | Wireless Mbus | GPS m2m modules & solutions for machine-to-machine communications. Telit Wireless Solutions, July 2009
    • 16. Short Range Products and USPs
        • Ready solutions for Star and low power Mesh network topology under almost all ISM frequency bands for a global coverage using pin to pin product families that provides coverage range from 70 m to 16 km, with data rates from 4,8 KBps to 250KBps
        • Full IPR and knowledge on the 4 proven powerful fully customizable protocol stacks (Z-One, M-One, S-One, wireless M-BUS)
        • Leading company in the area of ZigBee with a fully certified radio platform (ZCP 2007, Pro within 2009) and its own flexible ZigBee firmware (Z-One Stack.)
        • World level product reliability (MTBF > 500 years), Long term pin-to-pin product availability
        • Full flexibility in product design/customization + SS863-SR Gateway available
    • 17. SRD Product Range
    • 18.
      • Country
      • France
      • Vertical Segment
      • Healthcare
      • Company
      • Tam Telesante
      • System
      • Baby sensor monitoring in hospitals (oxygen, T°…)
      • Telit Module in Use
      • TinyOne Plus
      TAM TELESANTE Sales & Success Stories HEALTHCARE
    • 19. ZigBee in the Health Care
    • 20.
      • Only Company with both Cellular and SRD offering
      • Extensive module and terminal SRD wireless offer, reference design and custom projects
      • Own and full IPR on products protocol stack for easy customization and support
      • Telit family concept 100% compatibility, long term availability
      • Proven Reliability with dedicated hundreds of thousands of products in the field
      •  LGA/SDM cost saving concept, MTBF > 500 years, best in class TCO
      •  Support at partner-level from experienced specialists
      Author: Telit wireless solutions, November 2008 Why Telit Tony.spizzichino @telit.com