Communications

The Tekelek Transmitter devices transmit a radio signal of a specified frequency to the Tekelek Receiver which then displays this information in a visual format. Alternatively, the transmitted radio signal can be received by a modem which can then be issued to a designated server destination.

Wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to provide wireless high-speed Internet and network connections. Devices will transmit data via local Wi-Fi connections to a designated server destination.

GSM

(Global System for Mobile communication) is a digital mobile network. GSM digitizes and compresses data, then sends it down a channel with two other streams of user data, each in its own time slot. For identification of sensors, this technology has in its devices SIM cards ensuring that you have control of your assets.

Low Power Wide Area Networks and LoRa are designed primarily for machine-to-machine communication only. LoRa devices require far less energy to operate than cellular devices, so they cost much less and can be deployed in larger numbers. With larger deployments, customers are able to access a much larger sampling of data which leads to improved business intelligence.

NB-IoT/CAT-M1, or NarrowBand, is a global network falling into the group LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) networks for the Internet of Things. It enables its devices bidirectional communication and is the only one to use the licensed band LTE. The advantage of NB-IoT is use of an already built-out network of a mobile operator, thus ensuring sufficient coverage both inside and outside of buildings. For identification of sensors, this technology has in its devices SIM cards ensuring that you have control of your assets.