Smart radios operate in harshest environments

23rd September 2020
Mick Elliott

The RM-5800, RM-915, and RM-2450 Smart Radios from Doodle Labs are now being shipped by Mouser Electronics.

As part of the Smart Radio platform recently contracted by the U.S. Army's Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) and the U.S. Air Force's AFWERX, the multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) mesh routers utilise state-of-the-art RF and networking capabilities for faster and reliable communication in drones and mobile robotic systems.

The Doodle Labs Smart Radio platform features self-forming and self-healing Mesh Rider technology and dependable Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANET) that operate in the harshest environments, enabling high-performance radios for real-time video collaboration in the field. High-speed data links are secure against infiltration, resilient against interference, and frequency agile for global, and interstellar applications.

The Smart Radios, available in many frequency bands between 100 MHz and 6 GHz, are capable of carrying out all bi-directional communication (such as command and control and video streaming) in a single high-speed broadband RF channel.

RM-915, RM-2450, and RM-5800 Smart Radios are full-featured 2×2 MIMO radio and mesh routers that provide a long-range, high-throughput data link between one or more mobile units and a control station. The RM-915 (900 MHz) and RM-2450 (2450 MHz) Smart Radios offer a maximum HD video streaming range of 8 km (Pro model) and 20 km (Xtreme model). The RM-5800 radios also offer long-range transmission greater than 100 km, high throughput up to 100 Mbps, and exceptional multipath and near-line-of-sight (NrLOS) MIMO performance.

Doodle Labs' Smart Radios are available in many U.S. Department of Defense- and NATO-specific frequency bands.

These routers have gone through a comprehensive process to obtain J/F-12 certifications, so government users can get the Authorization to Operate (ATO) clearance for their projects.

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