By 2020, ABI Research predicts that there will be more than 45 billion connected devices worldwide. More than half of these devices will incorporate multiple standards in the same device, such as Wi-Fi, 802.15.4g, GNSS and cellular, including the upcoming ultra- low data rate LTE MTC Cat-M. Some of these devices, such as wearables, will only require a battery life of a few days, but others such as asset trackers will demand a battery life of 5-10 years. So how do system designers address these significantly different challenges, while also meeting the stringent cost and power metrics?
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Overview and market trends in connectivity for IoT and M2M
- Introduction to the latest Low Data Rate LTE standards, including LTE Cat-1 and LTE Cat-0
- The importance of the processor architecture to efficiently enable multimode connectivity solutions
- Implementing actual solutions for various IoT/M2M use cases using the latest communication DSPs
Communication and systems engineers targeting multimode applications requiring emerging cellular protocols such as LTE MTC Cat-1, Cat-0 or Cat-M, the Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) standards such as Lora, SigFox and Ingenu, or any other IoT-related communication standards, including Wi-Fi 802.11n, PLC, 802.15.4g, ZigBee/Thread, GNSS, NB-IoT and Wi-Fi 802.11ah.
Alon Yaakov, Former Director Wireless Architecture Platforms, Ceva