Dust Networks expands SmartMesh spectrum support

Mar. 4, 2005 — Dust Networks, a Berkeley, Calif., provider of enterprise-class low-power wireless mesh networking systems, announced the addition of IEEE 802.15.4 compliant radio hardware to its SmartMesh wireless sensor networking product line.

The new standards-compliant hardware operates in the 2.4GHz ISM band and can be certified for use in all of the world’s major markets. Dust Networks will continue to offer SmartMesh networks based on 900 MHz hardware in the North American market.

The standard, which was ratified in May 2003, was created to enable wireless communications for a wide range of applications. Dust Networks uses it to deliver standards-based enterprise-class wireless monitoring and control applications for the building automation, industrial automation, and security markets.


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