Ultra-low Power Radio Module

  Enquiry / contact me

Designed for LPWAN applications

Electronics & Electricity, Industry 4.0

Radiocrafts RC1882CEF-MIOTY1
Radiocrafts RC1882CEF-MIOTY1

Radiocrafts introduced a new series of Low Power RF modules engineered for massive IoT deployments based on the new Mioty radio protocol. The Mioty technology uses Ultra-narrowband Telegram Splitting. The low power capabilities are useful for battery operated LPWAN devices. Available applications comprise Smart Metering, Smart City and industrial sensor applications. Measuring only 12.7 x 25.4 mm, the compact module RC1882CEF-MIOTY1 is completely shielded to avoid electromagnetic interference, allowing for a modular certification.

The first shielded RF module with a complete Mioty stack designed for industrial use and volume production

The Mioty radio protocol implements the ETSI TS 103 357 specifying UNB-TS using Ultranarrowband radio and Telegram Splitting to achieve unprecedented range and interference resistance. This new radio technology represents an innovative solution for massive IoT deployments. Telegram Splitting ensures high resistance to interference, reducing packet loss in noisy environments and crowded shared spectrum.

Posted on August 3, 2020 - (2282 views)
Radiocrafts AS
Sandakerveien 64
0484 Oslo - Norway
+47-970-86676
+47-22-712915
View full company profile
Location

Ultra-low Power Radio Module

Designed for LPWAN applications

Related articles
IP67 Ultra-robust HMI Devices
EPLAN and Rittal Take Part at SPS Connect
Analog Devices Joins the Board of the CC-Link Partner Association
Control-independent Software System
According to Siemens, Safety is Essential for the New Normal
CC-Link IE TSN in the Spotlight at SPS Connect
5Gang - 5G Applied in the Industry
300A Modular Crimp Module
DC Power Electronics for Fast Charging Stations
TMR 4(WI) Series
Capgemini Launches First Set of Intelligent Industry Offering for 5G & Edge Technologies
Mouser's Digital AI Conference is now Available On-Demand
1 to 3 Watts "Low-cost" DC-DC Converters
Subaru Selects Xilinx to Power New-generation EyeSight System
Post-Corona Recovery: High demand for “Robotics Skills”
Protect Machines Using Sound, IoT and AI
Autonomous Transport System
Configurable Display Switch
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Reluctance Motor
Easy-to-use Security Routers and Firewall