The system is a solution that is “Active-to-the-Antenna” enabling two-hour survivability, supervision, and ease of engineering and installation at a lower cost than other solutions. Additionally, it provides an IoT wireless network by LoRa to cover an entire building for consumer purposes.
DSP algorithms written in Verilog/VHDL on FPGA Cyclon V-chip provides immediate voice transmission from node-to-node by RF without delays.
The RF-module designed based on LMS6002 Software Defined Radio covers the 150-900 Mhz spectrum and is able to detect any antenna damage that, along with other required health information, is reported to the Master unit (see “AUXILIARY IN-BUILDING RADIO SYSTEM WITH DEDICATED RADIO CONSOLE”) and the AWS Cloud from which a supervisor can receive mail/SMS in order to quickly fix a breakdown.
A network stack developed based on PLC technology allows for a two-hour rated, fire-proofed cable without any length restrictions, like a typical ethernet cable.
LORA is used for coverage, in order to provide a low-power consumption network throughout the building.