Perytons and dresden elektronik team up to add dresden elektroniks ATMEL' chipset based USB Dongles to the Perytons Analyzer supported front-ends

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Perytons and dresden elektronik ingenieurtechnik gmbh announced today the addition of dresden elektronik USB Dongles deRFusb to the Perytons Analyzers supported list of front-end devices. The USB Dongles deRFusb are based on ATMEL's state of the art low power RF chipset for 802.15.4 based wireless sensor networks.

The USB Dongles by dresden elektronik will be compatible with both the 2.4 GHz and SubGHz Perytons Analyzer models. Additionally, the dresden elektronik SubGHz USB Dongles deRFusb13E06 will be submitted as part of the first multi-channel capable analyzer for SubGHz networks running 802.15.4 based protocols in the market - the Peryton-SGMx family.

The Peryton-SGMx family of Perytons Analyzers is planned to be released during the month of December 2010.

"We continue to extend our list of technological partners and to add additional functionality and options in the Perytons Analyzers portfolio so we can address the demand for such from our customers and prospects" said Yaron Soffer - CEO and founder of Perytons Ltd. "We are happy to partner with dresden elektronik and to incorporate their hardware in our existing analyzer models as well as in the upcoming Peryton-SGMx analyzer line. This new model addresses the demand for multi-channel capture of SubGHz 802.15.4 based networks in North America, Europe and Asia. During the past couple of months we have encountered in dresden elektronik a professional group with whom we feel confident and happy to cooperate" - Yaron added.

"We are always looking to expand our portfolio by providing our customers additional options and modules utilizing high quality hardware and customized software products in the 802.15.4 market" said Lutz Pietschmann, - Managing Director at dresden elektronik. "By having a natural interface of our USB Dongles with the Perytons Analyzers, we open to our customers the option to better investigate their networks both in 2.4 GHz as well as in SubGHz bands while using our state of the art devices".

The dresden elektronik USB Dongles can be used with all the Perytons Analyzer models that have data capturing capabilities:

- Peryton-S - for single channel capture of 2.4 GHz Networks
- Peryton-D - for single channel capture of 2.4 GHz Networks with enhanced diversity
- Peryton-SG - for single channel capture of SubGHz Networks
- Peryton-SGM4, 7 and 11 - for simultaneous capture of multiple channels in SubGHz Networks (expected availability during December 2010)
- Peryton-M4, 7 and 16 - for simultaneous capture of multiple channels in 2.4GHz Networks

For a detailed list of the Perytons Analyzer models supported with each of the front-end devices, visit the Perytons website at

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