How to Make your Home Security System More Connected and Less Complicated

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Aired live: June 19, 2018 02:00 PM EDT

Security systems are getting smarter every day with many products adding new layers of security. For example, doorbell cameras now offer features like color night vision, two-way audio, customizable motion detection, and more. However, just a few years ago, doorbell cameras didn’t even exist.

When designing a security system with many different products like security cameras, door and window sensors, garage door openers, and smart door locks, one of the greatest challenges is choosing the wireless connectivity technology. It is clear that there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to wireless connectivity. Different security products have different requirements like battery, range or throughput forcing the system designer to deploy more than one connectivity technology.

This webinar takes a look at the challenge of using multiple connectivity technologies within a security system and dives into the recent trends like multi-protocol wireless MCUs, which create an easier and faster design cycle within a single system containing multiple connectivity protocols.

Ben Gilboa, Marketing System Engineer, Low Power RF, Connected MCU, Texas Instruments

Curt Schwaderer, OpenSystems Media
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