페이지 정보작성자 한재천 작성일18-01-16 09:38 조회259회
ㅇ Semtech가 차세대 LoRa 플랫폼 공개
- Link budget 20% 증가, Receiver 소모전류 50% 감소, 고출력 옵션 +22dBm
-> 센서 배터리 사용시간 최대 30% 증가 : 배터리 교체빈도 감소
-> 연결 범위 확장 : 새로운 형태의 디바이스와 비즈니스 모델 가능
- command interface 제공 : 무선 설정 단순화 및 개발 사이클 단축
- 칩셋 크기 축소 (현대비 45%)
- Backward Compatibility 지원 (FSK 변조 지원)
- LoRaWAN open protocol
Semtech Corporation (Nasdaq: SMTC), a leading supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, announced its next generation LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency (RF) technology (LoRa Technology) chipsets enabling innovative LPWAN use cases for consumers with its advanced technology. Addressing the need for cost-effective and reliable sensor-to-cloud connectivity in any type of RF environment, the new features and capabilities will significantly 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.
The next generation LoRa radios extends Semtech’s industry leading link budget by 20% with a 50% reduction in receiver current (4.5 mA) and a high power +22 dBm option. This extends battery life of LoRa-based sensors up to 30%, which reduces the frequency of battery replacement. The extended connectivity range, with the ability to reach deep indoor and outdoor sensor locations, will create new markets as different types of verticals integrate LoRa Technology in their IoT applications including healthcare and pharmaceuticals, media and advertising, logistics/shipping, and asset tracking.
In addition, the new platform has a command interface that simplifies radio configuration and shortens the development cycle, needing only 10 lines of code to transmit or receive a packet, which will allow users to focus on applications. The small footprint, 45% less than the current generation, is highly configurable to meet different application requirements utilizing the global LoRaWAN open standard. The chipsets also supports FSK modulation to allow compatibility with legacy protocols that are migrating to the LoRaWAN open protocol for all the performance benefits LoRa Technology provides.