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Spectral Density is the Foundation of Wireless Communication.
DWW provides optional full duplex wireless technology based on PSSS (Parallel Sequence Spread Spectrum) that improves the performance of advanced wireless products, from Building Automation Sensor Networks and digital mobile devices, to multimedia systems.
DWW Wireless delivers
Property (IP) to designers of wireless Integrated Circuit
(IC) and System on Chip (SoC) solutions with Intellectual
Property (IP) in form of Digital Core IP and System Design,
as well as evaluation tools and support.
DWW Wireless Announces Availability 868/915 MHz Solution.
First Ultra Low Power Wireless Chip-Design / IP core PSSS-IEEE802.15.4-2011 now available. Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) focused on ultra low power wireless applications like
Mobile Security Systems, Sensors, Automatic Meter Reading (AMR), or Building Automation, now can utilize the advantages of the Sub 1 GHz band
and still have up to 1 Mbps rate. The Sub 1 GHz IC solution based
on the IP core PSSS provides better coverage, lower
power consumption and no interference with Bluetooth and WLAN
while still performing the same high data rate that today’s 2.4 GHz IC
First prototype for Industrial 4.0
PSSS is used as base band technology for a DFG granted project for 100Gbps@240GHz.
V1.1 Global module
with single chip for IEEE802.15.4-2011 available for
V1.0 ETSI module for IEEE802.15.4-2011 available for selected customers.
5GHz Radio with PSSS baseband as discrete evaluation platform available. Start of a new single chip project for IEEE802.15.4-2011.
FPGA based Development Platform IEEE802.15.4-2011 PSSS 868MHz "TRx154b_Eval" has unique coverage and link budget in performance tests. Publications will be available soon.
DWW delivers first two prototypes of PSSS based IEEE802.15.4-2011 platform with enhanced performance.
DWW PSSS platform V1 for selected customers available.
DWW announced today the first
available design solution that provides up to 1 Mbps in both Sub 1 GHz
bands, 868 and 915 MHz, based on Parallel Sequence Spread Spectrum (PSSS) PHY