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USR-LG206-P from USR IoT is a serial RS232/485 to LoRa converter, which supports point-to-point protocol and fixed-point transmitting mode.
Half-duplex transmitter based on LoRa modulation technique, XTR-8LR-4ZN from AUREL, provides ultra-long-range radio communication, high interference immunity, high sensitivity and very low power consumption.
The wireless M-Bus Range Extender is a compact and cost-effective device that collects messages from utility meters and forwards them to a remote server via LoRaWAN. It is an ideal solution for automatic metering.
A practical overview of today’s most commonly used technologies for wireless data transfer with a comparison of the main functions, technical requirements, together with examples of their practical use will help you better orientate in the IoT world.
The new wireless module iM282A from IMST GmbH enables up to 10 km range in the license-free 2.4 GHz band. It uses the LoRa modulation with frequency spread and is suitable even for battery-powered applications.
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.