Overview of SmartMesh

  • SmartMesh Overview SmartMesh® embedded wireless sensor networks deliver >99.999% data reliability and >10 year battery life, making it practical to deploy wireless sensor networks in the most challenging environments: l Tough RF Environments with extensive metal and concrete, including industrial plants, data centers, commercial building monitoring, bridges, tunnels l Large Area Networks, which include street parking applications, smart street lighting networks spanning multiple city blocks, commercial irrigation l Dense Deployments, where thousands of nodes operate within radio range of each…
  • SmartMesh Embedded Wireless Sensor Networking • >10 Year Battery Life • Complete Wireless Mesh Solution Linear Technology’s Dust Networks® product group provides complete embedded wireless systems, including the industry’s lowest power IEEE 802.15.4 wireless sensor networking nodes and network and security management software and hardware.
  • SmartMesh networks communicate using a Time Synchronized Channel Hopping (TSCH) link layer, a technique pioneered by Analog Devices’ SmartMesh team and a foundational building block of wireless mesh networking standards, which include WirelessHART (IEC62591) and IEEE 802.15.4e.
  • SmartMesh nodes consume as little as 25�A of
    current and even heavily-burdened routing nodes, handling traffic from
    dozens of neighbors, typically consume less than 200�A – over one hundred
    times less than other mesh networking solutions.
  • Smartmesh Guide – Find recommended tension for your mesh, mesh counts offered, bolt widths available, and important technical data to determine the best mesh count for your company: Fabric Thickness, Percentage of Open Area, Ink Volume.
  • SmartMesh Vital Signs: an easy-to-use dashboard
    for monitoring network health, providing alerts when network reliability is
    at risk, which include when a node has a weak radio link or only a single link
    back to the rest of the network.
  • SmartMesh IP combines the reliability and ultra-low power of Dust Networks’ industrial products with native Internet Protocol (IP) for a robust, standards-based offering perfect for a broad range of applications.
  • SmartMesh-XR nodes are placed
    where needed and wireless connectivity, routing redundancy and frequency
    agility is handled by the network – no specialized RF skills or site surveys
    are required.
  • SmartMesh SMSLRGB05M WiFi RGB Smart LED Striplight Kit, 16 Million Colours LED Strip Light for Home Decoration, IP65 Waterproof, 5 m, 300 LED Work with Alexa and Google Assistant Light Strip
  • SmartMesh exseems Ruckus-patented Smart Wi-Fi technology to create a new class of reliable and high-performance wireless LANs that are selforganizing, self-optimizing and self-healing.
  • Why does BLE mesh make sense to IoT and the Networked Society?

    Short-range radio devices in a capillary network, such as BLE devices, can be connected to the Internet by a capillary gateway.Nevertheless, the short transmission range for such devices with a single-hop network topology prevents the use cases of IoT applications from running over a large number of devices.BLE mesh enables these use cases by providing peer-to-peer and robust multi-hop connectivity for a large number of local BLE devices.This way, IoT application data can be exchanged between any local BLE device and the Internet through the mesh network and a gateway.

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    What is the Bluetooth SmartMesh?

    The Bluetooth SmartMesh is a communication protocol designed by CSR’s Robin Heydon, published in Summer 2013.CSR makes Bluetooth chips and the goal was to enable Bluetooth for home automation.Bluetooth typically relies on a point to point connection.which requires good signal strength.It is also difficult to communicate with many devices simultaneously.

    Bluetooth Smart Mesh — why does it make sense for IoT?

    Also known as Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth Smart is an interesting short-range radio technology that could be used for connecting tiny devices into the Internet of Things.

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    How does the SmartMesh work?

    As stated, the SmartMesh is just a communication protocol, which only relies on broadcast transmissions and listening for messages.It is very generic and does not require a Bluetooth radio as the transport layer.We call the transport the bearer.

    What is BLE mesh?

    In general, a wireless mesh network is a network built on a number of fixed and mobile nodes that provide a robust and multi-hop communication for peer-to-peer transmissions.There are some challenges in transforming a single-hop BLE network into a mesh.Take the topology as an example: most off-the-shelf BLE chipsets have Bluetooth version 4.0-compliant firmware implementation.However, version 4.0 inherently has a topology limitation towards peer-to-peer mesh networks: the supported topology called “Piconet” is a master-slave connection network that does not allow multi-hop communications.Since version 4.1, BLE topology introduced “Scatternet” which enables a master node of one or several slave nodes to simultaneously be a slave of another node.The Scatternet absolutely makes the multi-hop connection possible.Yet, it does not inherently change the Piconet-based asymmetric topology model, where a relay node can receive/relay a message in data channels only after establishing a master-slave connection with a corresponding transmitter/receiver.This challenge calls for innovative solutions to overcome these constraints.

    Why BLE mesh?

    Bluetooth Smart has some constraints when it comes to the network coverage, the transmission range and peer-to-peer communications, which all limit the use cases BLE is suited for.

    History of SmartMesh