The DASH7 webinar of March 18th was centered arrpound Real time location systems (RTLS) and contained 2 parts, both parts are recorded. Research study on SDR (Software Defined Radio) by Noori Ben Lam from Antwerp – Imec – IDLAB Use case presentation on RTLS by Michael Andre from Wolt (powered by Wizzilab) To follow the […]
Low Power versus Ultra low Power, these are popular statements used by sensor manufacturers, it makes sense, as from various reports it becomes clear battery lifetime is the most important aspect when considering a sensor beside functionality of course. However, the type of wireless network has an enormous impact on the sensor power consumption, making […]
The DASH7 webinar of January 21st contained 3 parts, all 3 parts are recorded. Introduction by Michael Andre, president of the DASH7 Alliance to present the 2021 ambitions of the Alliance. PART 1 Use case presentation by Jitter on interiorscapers. PART 2 Use case from Jitter can also be found on our use case […]
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DASH7 Alliance Protocol
The DASH7 Alliance Protocol (D7A) is an Open Standard for bi-directional, sub-Ghz medium range wireless communication tailored for ultra lower sensor-actuator applications using private networks. D7A stems from ISO 18000-7 for Active RFID and operates in the sub-GHz ISM bands. The protocol specification is free to use without any patent or licence requirements. You can freely download the latest D7A version 1.2 specifications from this website.
Sensors will securely report events and actuators can receive commands with a typical latency of 1 second while consuming only 30 uA on average. It’s local synchronisation and smart addressing features allow to upgrade thousands of sensors simultaneously, drastically reducing the upgrade time.
D7A fills the gap between the Short and the Large Area Networks. D7A excels in urban and industrial network installations connecting actuators and messaging applications (sensors, alarms, states) with ranges up to 500 m.