A flexible adaptive radio networking system that
seamlessly integrates analog and digital sensors. With a range of up to
5,000 meters, the system is self installing and self configuring.
All the installer has to do is set the network
address using a rotary switch, and it's ready to go.
This system compares very favorably, from a cost
perspective, with installed conduit at distances of 100 feet or more.
Features and Benefits of Gateway-in-a-Stick
This rugged, integrated device combines a high-gain antenna with
gateway electronics in a single, easily mounted package.
Gateway-in-a-Stick combats a common problem with
RF networks, which are increasingly used to monitor and control remote
devices over tens or hundreds of square miles.
Gateways traditionally have different location
requirements for their electronics module and antenna, making it
necessary to place them separately.
Gateway-in-a-Stick is a revolutionary solution
that combines them in one easy-to-install component.