ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
In this session we will review long range protocols for smart grid including wireless M-Bus, WiSUN, mioty, LoRa, and NB-Iot. We will discuss how to achieve long range based on throughput and specific end applications. The addressable applications include electricity meters, water meters, gas meters, heat cost allocators, and EV charging.
- Understanding how to design for long-range, low-power RF solutions – Some RF basics relevant for long range, relevant RF standards
- Pros and Cons of different protocols for metering applications – Flow meters and E-meters
- Understanding the best wireless technologies for EV charging – New high volume “metering” application
- Learn about TI’s latest RF (hardware and software) offerings – Memory scaling, ultra-low power single chip flow meter design
Svein Vetti is a systems engineer for the business of the sub 1 GHz. He is involved with product definitions for RF transceivers and SoCs working in the sub-1 GHz and 2.4 GHz frequency band. Svein Vetti has more than 20 years’ experience with Low Power Wireless products through his time with Chipcon (Acquired by TI in 2006). During this time he has moved from technical positions in design (RF and mixed signal ASIC) and support to more commercial oriented positions in sales and business development. He has also been involved in European RF standardization work (ETSI) and is currently TI’s representative in executive board as well as technical committees in the mioty Alliance. Svein holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE).