Sigfox, the ultra low power connectivity solution, meets the
Internet of Things (IOT) requirements for widespread coverage and
ultra low power consumption for small amounts of data that
technologies such as GPRS/UMTS/LTE cannot always provide.
The LoRa® Alliance is a non-profit collection of companies that
aims to standardize Low Power Wide Area Networking (LPWAN)
worldwide via LoRa® technology. Version 1.0 of the LoRa®
specification was released in June 2015, providing a technology
with a remarkable balance when it comes to cost of deployment,
flexibility, and performance. Its core strengths make it an ideal
LPWAN offering for Enterprise IoT (EIoT) that eliminates many costs
and challenges associated with provisioning such a network.
Browse Sigfox & LoRa Products
Ultra−low power module solutions for a node on the Sigfox
network with both up− and down−link functionality
AX-SFEU-1-01 and AX-SFEU-API-1-01 single chip solutions
which provide low power, long range Sigfox connectivity for
up-link and down-link requirements.
The Laird DVK-RM1xx development kit provides a platform for
rapid wireless connectivity prototyping, providing multiple options
for the development of LoRa and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
The eRIC (easyRadio Integrated Controller) series from LPRS (Low
Power Radio Solutions) is a family of low power, license-free radio
modules with a common form factor.
The RM1xx series of modules offer a powerful, convenient
solution for long-range Enterprise IoT (EIoT) deployments,
combining Bluetooth® v4.0 with LoRaWAN™, the emerging standard in
Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), into one module.