- Use Cases
The Inpixon nanoLOC transceiver is a low-power, highly integrated mixed signal chip. This 2.4 GHz long range Chirp Spread Spectrum (CSS) transceiver transmits and receives wireless data packets for robust wireless communication, ranging capabilities and RTLS.
Supporting a freely adjustable center frequency with three non-overlapping frequency channels, amongst others, Inpixon nanoLOC enables multiple physically independent networks and improved coexistence with existing 2.4 GHz wireless technologies.
Achieve long range positioning accuracy of less than 1 meter - unattainable with UWB, BLE or Wi-Fi.
3 in 1
Enable concurrent TDoA-based tracking, ToF-based ranging and wireless communication with a single chip.
Use in conjunction with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA).
1 Depends on topology and antenna. Signal amplified to +20 dBm