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LoRa stands for Long Range. LoRaWAN, also known as LPWAN, stands for Long Range Wide Area Network. LoRaWAN is a protocol designed to connect devices to the Internet for IoT applications. The LoRa physical layer in the network enables...
It receives sensor data in a wide radius and securely transfers it to users in the energy-efficient IoT network When the Port of Moerdijk had a large wind farm installed at the Southern Netherlands municipality in 2020, operated by Vattenfall,...
New Field Area Network module for infrastructure applications, capable of connecting up to 1,000 nodes in a mesh network In recent years, wireless technologies such as LPWA are being increasingly adopted in social infrastructure applications to configure large-scale area outdoor...
Leveraging the power of this robust PMIC, a new environmental sensor module has been developed to monitor air pollution levels To suit the power requirements of large scale remote monitoring applications, the power management IC (PMIC) AEM10941 by e-peas has...
STMicroelectronics latest addition to its wireless SoC portfolio brings extensive features and power efficiency to industrial wireless applications  The new device offers Flash-memory density options in 64KB, 128KB or 256KB STMicroelectronics has added a QFN48 package to its STM32WLE5...
STMicroelectronics' STM32 development ecosystem implements a range of low-power technologies Stackforce's wM-Bus stack and LoRaWAN capability proves beneficial for smart metering applications STMicroelectronics along with Stackforce has released a wireless M-Bus (wM-Bus) software stack that makes effective use of...
Hoofddorp, Netherlands: Murata today announced the results of its collaboration with both STMicro and SigFox to port the SigFox stack to co-exist alongside the LoRa stack on Murata’s small form factor Type ABZ LoRaWAN module. With this feature Murata...
Google trends graph shows a rapid increase in the search for Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) since April 2015. “Initial challenges have been in making the common person understand the use cases. Post that, public response has been...
There was once a time, when we were happy with being able to share images and video clips via Bluetooth at 64 Kbps speeds, and filled with wonder in amazement at the technology. We were children, so we felt...