This new microcontroller targets Internet of Things as well as smart meters, home automation, process and building control, wireless mesh networks, and the latest IEEE 802.
This is an enabling standard," said Pat Kinney, Chair of IEEE 802.
A growing number of industry groups are developing specifications for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPAN), such as the specifications developed by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), HomeRF, and IEEE 802.
Neighborhood area network: A P1025-based data concentrator ties together the smart meter and two other RF smart objects, emulating a last-mile Internet of Things connection using an IPv6/ 6LoWPAN-compliant meshed protocol over an IEEE 802.
About the Wi-SUN Alliance The Wi-SUN Alliance is a non-profit member-based association consisting of industry leading companies devoted to the global proliferation of interoperable wireless solutions based on the IEEE 802.
Additionally, smart meters to be deployed in several countries are required to be certified for compliance with the latest specifications including G3-PLC, PRIME and IEEE 802.
4[TM], offers the communications range, robustness and coexistence characteristics required for these types of applications and deployments that fit the general objectives of IEEE 802.
With more than 80 member companies worldwide, the Wi-SUN Alliance is focused on accelerating the implementation of a smarter grid and smarter cities by enabling the global adoption of interoperable solutions based on the IEEE 802.
June 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Wi-SUN Alliance today announced that Bob Heile has joined the organization as Director of Standards with the mission of advancing the global adoption of Wi-SUN's interoperable wireless solutions using IEEE 802.
As we worked through research and discussions with industry groups and key end users IEEE 802.
networked street lighting and other urban infrastructure) across all regions that are addressed by the IEEE 802.
Two RFID firms, Omni-ID and Guard RFID, have unveiled a 433 MHz hardware that they say is the first to be in line with IEEE 802.