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WIRELESS MESH NETWORK MODULES

The unique NEOCORTEC ultra low power Ad- Hoc Wireless Mesh Networking Protocol is offered for both 2.4GHz as well as sub 1GHz frequency bands in a series of pre-approved modules. The modules are well suited for a broad range of applications, cost efficient and easy to integrate into the target product.

NC2400

  • GLOBAL USAGE IN 2.4 GHz ISM BAND
  • CE FCC IC PRE APPROVED

NC1000

  • SW CONFIGURABLE FOR EITHER 868MHz SRD BAND
  • (EU) OR 915MHz ISM BAND (US)
  • CE FCC IC PRE APPROVED

NC0400

  • 433MHz BAND
  • CE PRE APPROVED

Form factor 
Ultra compact 
11 x 18 x 3 mm.

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SIMPLICITY IS THE KEY TO OUR TECHNOLOGY

Evolve over time

Simple to build

NeoMesh is a self forming wireless network, capable of evolving over time.

Out of the box ready nodes
A new node can connect to an existing network immediately and automatically through a secure match-making procedure.
Build it as you go
A self forming mesh network where nodes can be added over time: All nodes are autonomous units, fully capable of acting as source, router and estination for data. No nodes hierarchy or network infrastructure is required.
Virtually limitless scalability
A virtually limitless number of nodes can be added to an existing network, making the NeoMesh network particularly suitable for monitoring large areas.
Adaptable architecture
Nodes can be repositioned when and where is needed: no need to predefine the topology of the network.

Virtually fail-free network

Low maintenance

NeoMesh is a fully battery powered, virtually fail-free network with built in redundance.

Real time dynamic routing
The NeoMesh routing optimization process is constantly updated in the background: Each node continuously calculates the best available next hop in real-time, while the payload data is moving through the network. Moving nodes and occurring obstacles are not effecting the real-time optimal path creation.
Fully battery powered network
All nodes are equally power efficient: the network is able to function optimally and independently from external power sources for years.
Cable like reliability
The exchange of data between source and destination node is governed by an end-to-end challenge/response mechanism to protect the communication from playback attacks. End-to-end Acknowledge based on 32 bit CRC provides for cable like reliability which is crucial in for instance industrial applications.

Smooth product development

No hidden cost

NeoMesh is designed for smooth product development and shorter time to market.

Multiple modules, one interface
The different NeoMesh modules (2.4 GHz, 868/915 MHz, 433 MHz) share the same interface and footprint. This means that end products using the NeoMesh technology can change the wireless module without any need of redesign.
Minimal module integration
The NeoMesh wireless module come furbished with all the needed features for easy integration in the final product.
Subcription free operation
NeoMesh networks are totally subscription free, no recurring fees means a total ownership of the network operations.
Complete solution from a to z
With a range of radio modules, together with the patented NeoMesh network protocol and a gateway connecting the network to the IP world, NeoMesh offers a complete solution from device to cloud.

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Cable-like reliability in a wireless network

This whitepaper gives you an overview of the design choices made to secure cable-like reliability in the NeoMesh wireless connectivity solution: mesh-type network topology, distributed network management, frequency hopping, dynamic routing etc.

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How low can you go?

In wireless communication “Low Power” has become an expression widely used – and abused. This whitepaper gives you an overview over the aspects you need to consider to get a realistic and accurate assessment of power consumption in a wireless sensor network.

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Customer case: Monitoring an office building to bring down heating costs

Jakob Olrik, CTO of Attensys, is implementing a wireless sensor system monitoring the heating infrastructure in a large office building in central Copenhagen, using NeoMesh for robust and flexible connectivity.

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Customer case: NeoMesh contributes to predictability in electronics development

EKTOS is a leading Danish electronics development and test services provider catering to customers worldwide in the energy sector, in agriculture and in healthcare.

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Q and A

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?

Does a router- and/or destination node need mains power?

No, all nodes in a Neocortec system can be battery powered as they all consumes approx. the same amount of power.

How many destination nodes can you have in a network ?

Out of the 65K nodes possible in a Neocortec network, 127 of those can receive data and present data to the application layer

How do you install a network the first time ?

When you power up the nodes in a Neocortec Network – given the NetworkID in each node is the same – the protocol stack forms the network completely without any kind of user involvement.

Can I determine the average power consumption per node when designing a network ?

Yes, we have a tool which quite accurately calculate the power consumption per node in a given network.

Can a NeoCortec network communicate with other wireless solutions like Zigbee, Z-wave, LoRa or others ?

No, the NeoMesh protocol stack is a 100% proprietary solution which has been developed exclusively to address the known weaknesses from existing LP wireless mesh-solutions.

Can I run my own application code in a module ?

No, a present it is not possible to write and run own application code in the module. However we do support a series of temperature, humidity and other sensors which can be directly interfaced to the module.

How can I get started ?

We offer different options, but the fastest and easiest way is to acquire our EVK (evaluation kit). It comes with five fully operational nodes incl. batteries, cables and Software. You will be up and running in seconds. Alternatively, use our reference design and build you own nodes. The SW can be downloaded from our website

Can I run more networks in parallel ?

Yes, multiple networks with different Network-IDs can seamlessly run in parallel. The messages in different networks are encrypted differently

Can I use the Evaluation kit efficiently to measure range ?

No, the evaluation kit is not optimized for ideal range nor for power consumption measurements. For optimal range we can provide the customer with recommended antenna designs. To minimize power consumption, we provide tools that can help determine the optimal settings.

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