Due to the response generated by our product preview, we are unable to meet all our shipping requests for evaluation kits by January 2017. We apologize for the inconvenience and will keep you updated on a future shipping date. To request more information or to set up a demo at our location, please contact email@example.com.
I have been constantly asked two questions related to the new hardware:
- Is our system Ultra Wide Band based?
- Can you post a demo of the system in action?
To quickly answer both of these questions:
- No, our system operates on the 801.15.4 2.4Ghz ISM Band.
- This demo show a RFRAnchor finding the position of a RFRBadge.
A detailed description of each device and more complicated demos will be released in January 2017.
We are happy to announce the third generation of our ranging system will be available January 2017. This release will include new hardware and a website update with a number of new demo videos showing off the features of our system.
The hardware release will consist of three different types of hardware: the RFRAnchor, RFRBadge, and RFRButton. Each type serves a specific purpose for limitless situations. Our system provides indoor ranging solutions for both commercial and consumer applications.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RF Ranging is happy to announce a new edition to its team. Roy Shea is our new Senior CS Engineer and will be a great asset to RF Ranging, Inc. His full bio is available on our About Us page.
We are pleased to announce that RF Ranging, Inc. received a SBIR grant from the National Science Foundation to help fund the research of our RF ranging technology. The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) will investigate ways to handle multi-path issues in Real Time Location Systems (RTLS). We use phase information and “packetized” range measurements from hopping between different frequencies to avoid interference from the environment, all this with low-cost, common off-the-shelf components! This grant provides us with the resources to make our ranging system even more accurate and reliable than before! For more information, see the Greina Technologies NSF SBIR Award.