Renesas semiconductor products recommended for wireless device-to-device and device-to-system connectivity technologies, and evaluation kits for these products, are available.
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Bluetooth® Low Energy is an intelligent, ultra-low power version of Bluetooth wireless technology. The power-efficiency of Bluetooth Low Energy makes it perfect for battery powered applications.
Sub-gigahertz (sub-GHz) wireless communications1 technology uses waves around the 920 MHz band. With the proliferation of the Wi-SUN Alliance's international wireless communication standards, sub-GHz wireless communications are being rapidly adopted by the market.
LoRa® is a spread spectrum modulation technique derived from chirp spread spectrum (CSS) technology developed by Semtech Corporation. The LoRaWAN® open specification is a low power, wide area networking (LPWAN) protocol based on LoRa® Technology. Our LoRa® -based solutions use the sub-GHz frequency band of frequencies below 1 GHz, and can cover a wide area with low power consumption.
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Are you looking for a complete asset tracking solution from device to cloud?
Learn how to leverage the advantages of a LoRa®-based network, the RX family of MCUs, an array of powerful sensors, and the Medium One cloud solution to send data over long distances to be monitored and analyzed in the Cloud in real-time.