Short (2-3 µs) RF pulses can be employed to transmit data in applications where an ultralow
energy consumption is of paramount importance.
The data are modulated into the transmitted message employing PPM
(Pulse Position Modulation) techniques.
One of the major limitations of current active wireless sensor devices is that they are
This means that they either have to be recharged or replaced periodically.
And this means that the energy delivered to the system could be relatively low.
With an extraordinary high RF peak power and the extremely low mean current consumption,
which are necessary conditions to project a reliable and robust RF link margin budget,
the SPX machine contributes to the technology development across a multitude of areas of
applications such as automotive, medical, security and logistic.
And naturally leading to ubiquitous and energy efficient wireless sensors anywhere.