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May 3 2018   6:05PM GMT

Ultra Low Energy (ULE)

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Ultra Low Energy (ULE) is an extension of the Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) physical layer specification that supports low power devices. Continued…

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“ULE technology is ideally suited to support the new wave of home IoT devices. It offers longer range, interference-free RF bandwidth, enhanced security, and natural support for two-way voice and video.” – Tali Chen

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