Sabse brings you software-based communications' solutions that enable managing the entire network and computing complexities in the Cloud instead of on the devices. Thanks to Sabse you can enjoy a massive drop in energy consumption and cost of connected devices.
With the Ultra Narrow Band modulation, Sabse operates in the 200 kHz of the publicly available band to exchange radio messages over the air. Each message is 100 Hz wide and transferred at 100 or 600 bits per second a data rate, contingent on the region. Hence, long distances can be reached while diminishing the effect of noise.
We have a lightweight protocol to manage small messages. As sending less data results in less energy consumption it offers the benefit of bigger battery life.
An uplink message has up to 12-bytes payload and requires an average of 2s over the air to get to the base stations that monitor the spectrum seeking UNB signals to demodulate. For a 12-byte data payload, a Sabse frame will utilize 26 bytes in total. The payload allowance in downlink messages is 8 bytes.
Unlike cellular protocols, a device is not attached to a specific base station. The broadcast message is picked up by any base station, which is 3 in average.
When the connected devices emit messages, they are collected by Sabse base stations, transmitted to the Sabse cloud and pushed to the end user’s IT platform.
Downlink service was developed with an emphasis on decrease in energy consumption; achieved by making it device-driven. It is left to the device to request the network to get a downlink message.
The technology and network powering Sabse has been strategically designed to efficiently cater to the needs of mass IoT applications; low cost device, long device battery life-cycle, low connectivity fee, high network capacity, and long range.