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Posted by Carlo Tinella, Karl Muster on 02 April 2024

The LoRa® Corecell Full-Duplex gateway reference design (SX1302CFD915W1-X and SX1302CFD490GW1) is a highly integrated indoor and outdoor gateway solution designed for applications requiring intense downlink activities in the U.S. 915MHz ISM band or China 490MHz band.

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Tags: LoRa, LoRa Developers, Internet of Things, LoRaWAN, Gateway

Posted by Tim Adams on 20 March 2024

We’ve all seen the explosion of USB capability since USB 3.1 was released: using USB for network, power in and out, to connect displays and supporting adapters that do just about anything except brew your coffee. Laptops with no Ethernet ports are now common, with some only featuring USB-C ports. Store shelves (brick and mortar or virtual) are lined with adapters. Cellular routers, too, are part of this shift, with advanced models like Semtech’s AirLink® XR series featuring USB-C ports.  
In this blog, we delve into the potential uses of the USB-C port on Semtech’s AirLink® XR series of Pro routers. 

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Tags: Internet of Things, 5G, Gateway

Posted by Greg Dunn on 13 March 2024

In today's hyper-connected world, ensuring the security and efficiency of your network is paramount. Yet, this is not a simple, one-and-done assignment. Security is an ever-changing landscape; constantly evolving as new threats emerge and new security patches and standards are released. 

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Tags: Internet of Things, 5G, Gateway

Posted by David Manuel on 20 February 2024

Thinking of upgrading to a 5G router? You may be drawn to the promise of unprecedented speeds — with the theoretical peak speed reaching up to 5 gigabits per second. That's around 50 times faster than your trusty old 4G. Imagine what you could do with that kind of speed — from real-time video streaming to immersive augmented reality experiences. 
However, the performance of a 5G router isn't solely defined by its speed. In reality, it's a complex web of hardware and software components working together that determines its performance. And speed, while important, is just one piece of this intricate puzzle. 

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Tags: Internet of Things, 5G, Gateway

Posted by Warren Cartwright on 02 February 2024

If you've ever purchased an AirLink Router, you've probably heard the request to ‘register your router’ more than once. You might have come across it while unboxing your router, during a chat with your reseller, or maybe even heard it straight from our sales team. 

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Tags: 5G, Gateway

Posted by Tim Cooper on 09 November 2023

The European radio regulations can be ambiguous when it comes to certifying and understanding LoRaWAN® network operation. Here we take a look at how an end device built with a LoRa® chipset should be certified for regulatory compliance, as well as the duty-cycle capacity we can expect from an end device deployed in a practical LoRaWAN network.

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Tags: LoRa, LoRa Developers, Gateway

Posted by Hardy Schmidbauer on 06 January 2020

There are a number of differentiators for LoRa® devices and the LoRaWAN® protocol that have helped in its widespread adoption, including long range connectivity, battery lifetime, security, network architecture, and network capacity. However, there is one particular feature that will drive LoRaWAN adoption for years to come. Technical challenges or limitations (range, capacity, battery lifetime, etc.) are no longer a barrier to Internet of Things (IoT) adoption. The remaining challenges of the IoT are system integration, digital transformation, return-on-investment (ROI), service level agreements (SLA), and ensuring interoperability across an ecosystem.

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Tags: LoRa Developers, LoRaWAN Academy, LoRaWAN, Gateway


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