Ondas Networks

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165 Gibraltar Court
Sunnyvale, CA 94089

Ondas Networks Inc. (formerly Full Spectrum Inc.), founded in Silicon Valley by highly experienced telecommunications executives, is a wireless networking company that designs and manufactures its multi-patented, Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform for Mission Critical IoT (MC-IoT) applications.


Our SDR technology supports IEEE 802.16s, the new worldwide standard for private licensed wide area industrial networks. Our radios enable wide-area intelligent networks (WANs) for smart grids, smart pipes, smart fields and any other mission critical network that needs internet protocol connectivity.


Mission critical applications have extremely demanding requirements which include the highest levels of network availability, reliability and security. This is in contrast to the oversubscribed LTE 4G / 5G / WiFi based consumer wireless networks, provided by cellular operators, which fall dramatically short of MC-IoT network demands.


Our IEEE 802.16s compliant equipment optimizes performance across a wide range for spectrum from 70 MHz up to 6 GHz. Ondas’ MC-IoT networks are substantially less expensive to build and operate in comparison to LTE 4G / 5G networks due to the lower cost of radio spectrum and a much wider coverage with a 30+ mile radius from a tower.


Ondas’ customers use our SDR technology to deploy their own, point-to-multipoint, private licensed broadband wireless networks. This includes Utilities, Oil & Gas, Transportation and Government entities. We also offer mission-critical entities the option of a managed network service.


When you become a customer of ours you join our team. In the picture to the right, Siemens and Ondas Networks’ Chief Operating Officer, Guy Simpson, is presenting the Airlink radios as a live demo of simultaneous ATCS and MC-IoT (802.16) signaling in the new A-Block spectrum. This is important because it provides the necessary migration path for the railroads to meet the FCC mandate, and also provide a path to IP applications.