Ingenu Live Event
Hardware applications that utilize the 2.4 GHz ISM band have been operating out in the real world for decades with great success.
With baby monitors, Wi-Fi networks, fitness bands, hand-free cell phones and thousands of other devices operating in the spectrum, how can another application hope to fit into an already-bustling set of spectrum?
This live panel discusses the role of the unlicensed 2.4 GHz ISM band in supporting low-power, wide-area public IoT networks. Among the topics discussed are interference, performance, and global availability.
Panel participants included Andy Castonguay, Principal Analyst at Machina Research, and Dr. Ted Myers, CTO at Ingenu. Ingenu’s Principal Data Scientist, Dr. Michael Vedomske, acted as moderator for the discussion.