PluriFi – The Ideal LPWAN
Wireless data transfer protocol for high-capacity networks
What makes PluriFi ideal?
Large coverage area
PluriFi uses ultra-narrowband modulation with modern anti-jamming coding methods, which ensures the gateway coverage area far exceeds the range of competing technologies.
Low hardware cost
The PluriFi protocol is designed so that a wide variety of mainstream radio chips from the world’s leading manufacturers can be used in both gateways and endpoints.
Prolonged operation per charge
The PluriFi protocol contains the minimum required overhead. When calculated for the same coverage area, PluriFi beats the competition by a factor of 3.
Information reliability & safety
Unlike other LPWAN systems, PluriFi uses noise-immune signal coding and dynamic coding systems that protect the signal from interference and prevent the transmission of a device’s address on a network.
High gateway throughput
The PluriFi protocol uses narrow-band (UNB) signals, which provide a high gateway throughput for your applications.
PluriFi promotes interoperability by making the PluriFi standard publicly available to developers, who use it to develop compatible software or hardware.
Our mission is to foster global development, adoption, and compliance of the PluriFi communication protocols and related standards through collaboration, education, testing, and certification. We do this with the help of our partners – join us!
Frequently Asked Questions
Still have questions? Learn more about PluriFi.
PluriFi is a wireless data transfer protocol for high-capacity networks based on ultra-narrowband communications.
PluriFi allows you to keep your hardware costs down while making use of long lasting sensors with wide area connectivity.
To protect the transmitted information, the PluriFi protocol uses a sequence of three encryption keys, a session key that changes automatically and a message counter.