Doodle Labs’ innovative embedded Wireless Broadband transceiver modules are available in wide variety of frequency bands. They enable new Industrial IoT capabilities for many industry verticals. Here we are proud to showcase some of the solutions that our customers have developed using our products.
Wireless Broadband for Mines, Oil and Gas Fields
Mining, oil and gas operations are similar and consist of multiple vehicles, equipment, and personnel, dispersed across rugged terrain – all of which require constant, reliable high-bandwidth connections while on the move. Such sites require interconnected wireless networks that allow production equipment to communicate with each other in real time. Continuous production and safety mandate unwavering network availability – 24x7x365 uptime in all corners of the facility.
Read how Doodle Labs’ Prism-Wifi technology is helping the industry leader Rajant to meet these challenges. High-Availability, Multi-Frequency, Kinetic Mesh Networking Solutions
Broadband Connectivity for Unmanned Vehicles
Explore the explosion of functions being carried out by different types of Unmanned Vehicles and how Doodle Labs Prism-WiFi radios are providing the critical functionality. Read how Doodle Labs Prism-Wi-Fi technology is providing the comprehensive solution for the Unmanned Ariel and Ground vehicles.
Wireless Backhaul for Small Cells
Cellular operators the world over are facing a common structural problem in their businesses. Traffic growth is outstripping the capacity of their network deployments. The small cells (Pico cells and micro cells) are emerging as the best solution to increase the network capacity and better use the existing spectrum resources. In order to optimize the capacity of the backhaul network, Mesh nodes require multiple radios operating on different frequencies. Doodle Labs’ Prism portfolio of Transceivers are answering the challenges. Read the white paper on the design of Wireless Backhaul for Small Cells.
Wireless Adhock Networks
A wireless ad-hoc network is a decentralized type of wireless network. The network is ad hoc because it does not rely on a preexisting infrastructure, such as access points or routers in managed (infrastructure) wireless networks. Wireless Ad-hoc networks are important enablers for many new capabilties and applications. Read the discussion on Wireless Adhock Networks.
Wireless Video Transport
Wireless IP video transport technology provides flexible, scalable, and cost-effective solutions for a wide range of industries and applications. With an IP based video setup, users can monitor and record video remotely using the IP network as the system’s backbone. Here we present some of the new applications being enabled by the cost effective and high performance wireless IP technology from Doodle Labs. Read the article on Wireless Video Transport.