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EMB-LR1276S is the new ultra low power LoRaWAN based wireless OEM Embit moduleand with its 11mm x 11mm form factor is the smallest LoRaWAN radio module available on the market. It supports a full LoRaWAN™ Class A and Class C protocols. EMB-LR1276S is based on a 32-bit ARM Cortex MO+ coupled with a sub-1GHz RF transceiver based on Semtech's SX1276 which fully supports both 868/915 MHz. EMB-LR1276S can communicate with other devices through a wide range of serial interfaces: UART, I2C and SPI ports, up to 19 digital and 4 analog I/O ports and it is a perfect solution to implement long life battery powered devices.
Its firmware can be easily developed starting from the Embit SDK.
Leider gibt es für diesen Aussteller kein deutsches Firmenprofil.
Embit was born in 2004 as an academic spin-off of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy, in order to act as a bridge between academic research and local industries. Embit designs and produces high-performance and cost-effective IoT modules, radio modules, connectivity and electronic services, embedded systems and software internationally. Embit provides its customers with application-specific ad-hoc designs, comprehensive advice and support for everything concerning the world of short-range low-power wireless technologies and embedded systems. Our main goal is to support the development of innovative ideas and solutions offering a many-years long RF expertise, know-how and creativity, from feasibility study to the product development.
We help our customers implement customized solutions with high technology content in order to shorten the customers' time-to-market and to transform their ideas in successful products. Embit is proud to be official design centre for Microchip, Semtech and Texas instruments.