Remote ID is a real-time “digital license plate” for drones and ensures accountability of UAS and their Remote Pilot operators. Today, there is no common system for real-time identification of drones in flight. A standard is necessary to ensure compatibility between systems and to maximize adoption and effectiveness, especially as UAS adoption rapidly increases.
The communications link is the lifeline between the flyer and ground control station, and it is necessary to have a highly reliable, low latency, high throughput wireless communication link for Command, Control and streaming sensor data (e.g. 4K video).
BII® (Broadband for Industrial Internet) is an innovative wireless broadband technology developed by Doodle Labs. Standing on the shoulders of the underlying state-of-the-art MIMO technology used by the ubiquitous IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi), BII further extends the technology to facilitate deployment of high performance mobile networks.
Doodle Labs announces general availability of a range of embedded wireless modules to enable state-of-the-art MIMO performance in the license free 900 MHz band.
The distribution agreement increases the access and availability of Doodle Labs high performance Industrial Wi-Fi transceivers.
The FCC in the United States has allocated 50 MHz of licensed bandwidth in the 4.9-GHz frequency band for wireless broadband access for the public safety agencies to support mobile and fixed services.