Smartpulse IP Gateway Reference Design Enables Connectivity of Wireless Sensor Networks

Short range wireless technology, audio and power management developer, Dialog Semiconductor has announced the SmartPulse IP gateway reference design. It connects DECT ULE and SmartPulse wireless home automation products to the internet for remote management through laptops, smartphones and tablet PCs.

The SmartPulse reference design features a VoIP application host processor, a wireless base station unit. It also features a 16 MB SD RAM, an Ethernet transformer, an Ethernet Phy and 32 MB of flash memory.

The reference board of the reference design measures 60mmx100mm. The Rhea µClinux software development environment supports the board. The software library includes an SSH server, web servers and TCP/IP stack. Two sensor applications connect to the IP gateway reference design automatically, thus enabling the verification of web control systems. The design process is further simplified for wireless sensor networks with Dialog’s development kits developed for the entire range of DECT ULE sensors and base station devices. The development kits include software and devices required to create wireless SmartPulse systems such as smoke alarms, door locks, light switches, health care systems, security devices and household appliances.

The low power sensor network wireless devices launched in September 2011 can function on AAA battery pack for a period of 10 years. The Vice President – Connectivity and Automotive & Industrial Business Group at Dialog Semiconductor, Dr. Asmund Tielens stated that DECT ULE is vital for wireless sensor networks for energy monitoring, healthcare, home automation and consumer applications.

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