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Semtech released a new Lora smart home device for IOT applications

Shenzhen, China - 2019 Shenzhen International Lora IOT Summit Forum - July 30, 2019 - Semtech company (NASDAQ: SMTC) announced the launch of a new Lora smart home device powder is printed layer by layer until molded (llcc68d), thereby expanding the market application range of Lora from industry low power wide area (lpwan) to smart home Community and consumer applications. The transceiver can provide low power consumption and wide coverage for IOT devices in indoor and adjacent areas to connect sensors and actuators for application scenarios such as safety protection, environmental monitoring and convenience

with its simple and flexible network architecture, Semtech's Lora device provides a unique opportunity for consumers to accelerate the adoption of smart home connectivity solutions. As an end-to-end solution, or as a supplement to Wi Fi, Lora has expanded the smart home solution by providing connections for low-cost and battery powered terminal node devices located indoors and outdoors. SEM system adopts microcomputer control, said Marc pegulu, vice president of IOT business of wireless and sensing products business department of tech company. This new Lora smart home chip is compatible with lorawan protocol, which can meet low delay smart home applications such as smart locks and lighting, realize low-cost network expansion, and provide a bridge for many B2B and B2C solutions based on lorawan in today's IOT market

this new transceiver will be targeted at battery powered sensors that can operate for many years. It has 600na sleep current and 4.6 Ma working receiving current power consumption level. With its support for Lora modulation mode in low-power local area (LAN) usage scenarios and (g) FSK modulation for traditional usage scenarios, the device is compatible with existing lorawan networks and can also support proprietary communication protocols

the RF chip is applicable to systems that comply with radio management regulations, including but not limited to ETS resolution I en 300220, FCC CFR 47 Part 15, Chinese regulatory requirements and Japanese a (4) installation test piece rib t-108. Its continuous frequency coverage from 150 MHz to 960 MHz can support all major sub GHz unauthorized (ISM) bands in the world

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