MostlyTek is an SME founded in 2001 by Dr. Moshe Ran, having the primary objective of transferring advanced information technologies and concepts from the research phase to the industry market place so as to accelerate the implementation of innovative communication systems.
Our products include algorithms, Intellectual Properties, special purpose devices and business opportunities that enable innovative solutions for the communication industry.
Our focus is:
Algorithmic aspects of Communication Networks including: Next Generation air interfaces, Protocols and capacity increase algorithms for multiple access communication networks.
Wireless Communication including ultra-wideband (UWB) technologies, 4G/5G mobile systems.
Radio-over-Fiber (RoF) technologies for range extension of. high data rate short-range communications.
Visible light communications (VLC), internet of Radio-Light.
MostlyTek’s Track Record
Initiation and leadership of collaborative projects at the European level (FP6-IST UROOF, CELTIC-Plus Homesnet project) and at the national level (Israeli Short-Range Consortium, ISRC, and Diamond project under OCS), reviewer at the National Israel Innovation Authority since 2015.
Regulations, Standards and Technology-Related Partnership:
The company offers enabling solutions for the development of special purpose hardware and software based products. MostlyTek has been acting as a principal contractor for developing next generation fixed broadband wireless systems and state of the art Turbo Coding techniques for SME companies in Israel. The company has been involved in several technology-related partnerships and standard forums including IEEE802.16, ETSI-BRAN, BWIF and WWRF.
strong team of experts in Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) and visible light communications (VLC).
Unique and ultra-fast solutions for indoor communications in wide spaces.
MostlyTek vison is to develop and implement evolutionally enabled short-range indoor communications technology above 10Gbps with 90% reduction of transmission power and EMF radiation levels. The technology will be based on WLAN technologies 802.11ac, 802.11ad and Visible Light Communications (VLC) along with range extension through sophisticated algorithms over low-cost plastical optical fiber (POF).