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Long-Range, Low-Power Technology Takes the Gold

If the IoT was a sport in the Games, a gold-winning solution would be efficient, powerful, and flexible. As the number of IoT applications rapidly increases, solutions need to be strong to maintain capacity. While short-range wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, will account for about 72 percent of all IoT connections in 2025, Machina Research estimates that 11 percent of IoT connections will use LPWAN technologies, such as Semtech’s LoRa® devices. Read more
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Semtech adds multi-band capabilities to LoRa Edge Platform

Semtech’s new LoRa Edge LR1120 delivers multi-band capabilities to the device-to-cloud geolocation platform for direct satellite-connected IoT applications. Read more

The latest trends in LPWAN

The popularity of low-power wide area networks (LPWAN) in smart cities and rural areas is growing Read more

LPWAN: what a long-range communications network is and how it works

Semtech talks about the novelties of LPWAN, a technology that allows long-range and low-speed wireless communications, for example between IoT devices, often battery-powered. What it is, how it works and what future developments are. Read more
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Bridging Connectivity Gaps With IoT-Enabled Satellite Solutions

A conversation with Rémi Lorrain, Global LoRaWAN Network Director at Semtech Read more

LoRaWAN cos’è e come funziona il trasferimento dati a lungo raggio

Cos'è LoRaWAN e come permette di trasferire dati, seppur con una velocità di trasferimento contenuta, a chilometri di distanza anche fuori dalla copertura di reti WiFi e mobili. Read more

LPWAN: trends not to be missed

Now enjoying growing popularity in smart cities and rural areas, sub GHz low-power wide area networks or LPWANs (Low Power Wide Area Networks) are also showing a clear evolution in other areas. From 2.4GHz to satellite networks. Read more

Asset tracking on land and sea

By incorporating IoT-enabled asset management solutions, companies can save time and money as they can more efficiently monitor goods and mitigate against losses or damages. With long-range, low-power technology, companies can easily implement a scalable and easy-to-use IoT solution. Read more
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Integrating Smart Sensors into the Food Supply Chain

Long distances, variable conditions and thousands of moving parts make tracking the supply chain difficult. But with long-range, low-power technology, it’s easy. Read more

LoRaWAN 101: The network for IoT devices

We often talk about LoRa, or Long Range networks, as they relate to IoT devices. More specifically these days, we focus on LoRaWAN. But do you really understand what LoRaWAN is, and more importantly, why it’s important for the IoT? This overview will help you learn both. Read more

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