SDR enables reliable low-latency V2X, IIoT

April 02, 2020 //By Rich Pell
Software defined radio enables reliable low-latency V2X, IIoT
Smart transportation systems provider LILEE Systems has announced the immediate availability of a proprietary software-defined radio (SDR) that it says delivers ultra-reliable, low-latency communications for V2X (Vehicle-To-Everything) and industrial automation systems.

TransAir SDR-2400, says the company, has been implemented and proven in V2X communications systems for multiple, successful autonomous bus pilots. It is offered as providing latency performance that exceeds requirements needed for command and control of self-driving vehicles and mission-critical applications in urban, high-speed, and intercity rail.

"Modern transportation systems are becoming more and more dependent on connectivity, not only for passenger entertainment but for safety and efficiency," says Dr. Jia-Ru Li, CEO and Founder, LILEE Systems. "We're seeing a lot of demand for communications technologies that can guarantee delivery at faster speeds without sacrificing reliability."

"TransAir SDR-2400 is purpose-built to satisfy these demands while meeting operational challenges that come with safely operating mobile assets," says Li. "We're excited to offer the TransAir SDR-2400 so our customers can benefit from ultra-reliable, low latency communications to build next-generation transportation systems without being tied to cellular providers' implementation schedules."

TransAir SDR-2400, says the company, guarantees access and quality of service by eliminating the unpredictable bandwidth contention process seen with Wi-Fi and LTE networks. In addition, software-defined controllability provides operational flexibility and future-proofs V2X communications systems as requirements and technology evolves.

TransAir SDR-2400 is available as an interface card that works with the company's LMS-2450 gateway and LILEE T-Cloud for centralized cloud-based management. Because TransAir SDR-2400 operates in the worldwide 2.4-GHz unlicensed frequency band, says the company, it is also the best fit for private wireless networks supporting large-scale industrial operations and automation.

LILEE Systems


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