Wireless connectivity is changing how smart buildings and homes are designed, with demand driven by unprecedented growth in mobility and accessibility of information. The concept of smart buildings and homes is based on the use of interconnected technologies to make them more responsive, sustainable, and productive for their users. Smart infrastructure contributes to energy efficiency and automated detection of anomalies in the infrastructure, predicts maintenance based on conditions, and provides greater comfort and wellness for occupants. Seamless wireless access is not only an expectation but also a requirement in instances such as emergency response, regular maintenance, solve network capacity challenges in buildings, and aid departments and facility managers get access to information and communicate without interruption.
The long-range, low power ability for Abracon’s LPWA antennas to penetrate dense building materials, high gain, and durability make it the preferred technology for IoT-connected smart buildings and homes. These antennas deliver efficient, flexible, and cost-effective connectivity with ideal radiation performance for IoT applications.
Abracon’s Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Antennas support the low power, short-range, and high bandwidth requirements for UWB applications. These compact form factor chip antennas offer compelling advantages with good efficiency and gain performance across a broad range of frequencies. These are ideal for home network connectivity, precise position, real-time location systems (RTLS), and indoor localization, compatible with UWB sensor modules operating in channels 1 through 9.