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Mesh Networks for Robotics

embedded broadband router

The use of robots in manufacturing, supply chain, automation are varied and getting more complex, which require constant, reliable connectivity with multiple mobile nodes. These innovations have led to higher demands to monitor the robot’s state, optimize their productivity and find easier ways to control or program them.

Doodle Labs’ broadband radios enables the various applications of Robotics for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or Internet of Robotic Things (IoRT).  

IoRT is where smart technology, which is built-in to the robot or located in smart devices around them, can monitor what events are happening, collect their (sensor) data and use intelligence to decide on actions to manipulate or control objects in the physical world.

Mesh Rider Icon
Performance RF
Remote Device Management
Mobile Mesh

State-of-the-art COFDM and MIMO technology for exceptional multipath and NrLOS performance in harsh, noisy environments.

The Smart Radios have an easy to use GUI interface for local and remote configuration of the device. Simply manage an entire fleet from the office control center.

Self-forming and self-healing, multi-hop relay, multi-frequency capabilities improve the robustness, extend the range and simplify the drone swarming.

Frequency Agile
Ultra Low Latency
Ease of integration

The hybrid SDR technology enables a large family of form factor compatible models in 100 MHz to 6 GHz frequency bands. Simply swap out the radio based on the end-customer or country requirements.

Ultra low latency of 3 – 35 milliseconds provides critical command and control communications when every moment counts.

Mesh Rider is built on top of OpenWrt, a Linux-based OS. Straightforward integrations with PROFINET and other industrial protocols. Radios can be up and running in less than 15 minutes.

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Smart Radio Form Factors for Many Use Cases

industrial high throughput transceiver

Each version of the Smart Radio has been designed to cover the full breadth of connected device use cases.  

The Embedded Smart Radio is an OEM version that can be integrated into a robotics system that has size and weight limitations, like UAVs/drones, smaller automated platform vehicles, etc.  

The External Smart Radio is an IP66 metal case that can be easily mounted to a fixed point in the warehouse and endure the rigors of 24/7 usage, including the impact of weather if mounted outside.

The Portable Smart Radio enables people using smart devices like tablets and scanners with a lightweight, portable hotspot that connects their devices to the private network.

For system integrators looking simply for high-power, reliable WiFi, the Industrial WiFi Transceiver product line will meet those needs. 

Models Index

The table below shows the models most often used for commercial robotics. They are also available in Federal Frequency bands, which can be in this complete index of all available models. Additionally, we can configure the operating frequency anywhere from 100 MHz ~ 6 GHz and meet wide variety of band/channel plans for special projects. Please contact us with your special requirements.

Model No.Frequency Range (MHz)

Description

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RM-915-2X
902-928 MHz

License Free ISM Band – USA, Canada, Mexico, Central, South and Latin Americas, Australia, New Zealand and China

RM-915-2X – View Datasheet

RM-2450-2X
2400-2482 MHz

License free ISM Wi-Fi band (Worldwide)

RM-2450-2X – View Datasheet

RM-5800-2X
5725-5875 MHz

License Free ISM band – USA, Canada, Mexico, Central, South and Latin Americas, Australia, and New Zealand

RM-5800-2X – View Datasheet

ACM-DB-3
2.4 & 5.8 GHz

License Free ISM Bands

View Datasheet

NM-DB-3
2.4 & 5.8 GHz

License Free ISM Bands

View Datasheet

ACM-DB-2
2.4 & 5.8 GHz

License Free ISM Bands

View Datasheet

NM-DB-2
2.4 & 5.8 GHz

License Free ISM Bands

View Datasheet

CASE STUDIES

Harris utilizes 1.4 GHz radio for military ground robot


Robotex’s unmanned robot breaks down LOS barriers for tactical teams