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Semtech brings out next gen LoRa chipsets

Monday 8 January 2018 | 15:41 CET | News
Semtech has introduced its next generation LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency (RF) technology (LoRa Technology) chipsets. The company said the new chipsets will enable innovative LPWAN use cases for consumers and improve the performance and capability of Internet of Things (IoT) sensor applications that demand ultra-low power, small form factor and long range wireless connectivity, with a shortened product development cycle.

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