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How Miromico Designed the Industry’s Smallest Lorawan Module for the Iot

How Miromico Designed the Industry’s Smallest Lorawan Module for the Iot

Miromico develops innovative IoT solutions in volume using state-of-the-art wireless technologies, including LoRaWAN, Sigfox, and NB-IoT. The Zurich, Switzerland-based company also provides design services in the areas of ICs, electronic systems, and software. By:Christine Young The company is disrupting the design of sensors by tapping into novel wireless communications technologies. In doing so, Miromico is producing […]

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A Lorawan Theft Recovery System for Stolen Bikes Using a Low-cost Dragino Lgt-92

A Lorawan Theft Recovery System for Stolen Bikes Using a Low-cost Dragino Lgt-92

Simon Kemper has published a guide for making use of the low-cost Dragino LGT-92 LoRaWAN asset tracking system to help track a bike when it’s stolen for easy recovery, while running for years on a single battery. Dragino LGT-92 is built for asset tracking across a LoRaWAN connection (a long-range low-power radio standard). The Dragino LGT-92 integrates a LoRaWAN radio with GPS-based location tracking. For

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Miromico’s Fmlr-6x-x-ma62x, the “world’s Smallest” Lorawan Module

Miromico’s Fmlr-6x-x-ma62x, the “world’s Smallest” Lorawan Module

Miromico AG has developed a LoRaWAN module with integrated Arm Cortex-M4 microcontroller, which was unveiled at Embedded World 2020. They claim it is the world’s smallest LoRaWAN module with integrated Arm Cortex-M4 microcontroller. Also referred to as the FMLR-6x-x-MA62x Module, Miromico module’s latest design is built around the Maxim MAX23625/26 microcontroller, which enables an Arm Cortex-M4, clocking at up to 96MHz from the internal oscillator of as low

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The Things Network Announces New Gateway and Sensor Node Hardware

The Things Network Announces New Gateway and Sensor Node Hardware

The Things Network has announced a LoRaWAN Gateway priced at $69, which has shipping costs inclusive. The Things Network also announced in their Amsterdam Conference a weather-proof Outdoor Gateway priced at $399. The Outdoor Gateway, also called the “Industrial” Gateway, enables a 3G/4G backhaul and features an onboard GPS radio. The new Outdoor Gateway has a competitive price with

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