The only available radio chip for LoRa on the market has been the SX1272/76 from Semtech up to now. Things have changed and company IMST came up with the new type of radio chip SX1280 which can work on 2.4GHz band and decided to use this chip for their new LoRaWAN Long Range module, the iM282A-L.
- Frequency range: SRD Band 2.4 GHz
- Modulation: LoRa®, FLRC, (G) FSK
- RF output power: up to +12 dBm (50Ω pad)
- RF data rate: 476 bps to 2.3 Mbps depending on modulation and settings
- RF range: up to 12 000 m (Line of Sight)
- Operating voltage: 1.8 V to 3.6 V
- Current consumption: 0.8 µA (module in sleep, RTC off), 2 μA (module in sleep, RTC running), 9 mA (Rx, MCU sleep), 34 mA (Tx @ 3.0 V/ +12 dBm, MCU sleep), 25 mA (Tx @ 3.0 V/ +8 dBm, MCU sleep)
- Interfaces: UART (default), SPI*, I²C*
- IO's: Digital IOs, Analog Inputs
- Dimension (LxWxH): 20 x 25 x 3.3 mm
- Operating temperature: -40°C to +85°C
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