Microchip certified ready to use RF modules for LoRa.
Modules is your fastest way to
market for LoRa based products.
Indesmatech represents Microchip in the Nordic on LoRa Technology. This brings good synergy to our activities on LoRa technology as a representative for Semtech – the inventor of the LoRa modulation. The Shortest time to market is obtained by use of module designs, and can easily be changed to a chip design once the business case makes sense.
Low-Power End Node Solution
With the growing Internet of Things, Microchip has a LoRa® technology wireless solution to address increasing demands on end-devices for long range connectivity, low-power for battery operation, and low infrastructure cost for volume deployment.
Microchip’s LoRa technology solution is ready to run out-of-the box and with the complete LoRaWAN protocol and certifications in place, it reduces time to market and saves development costs.
End nodes are ready as pre approved modules:
+10dBm at 433 MHz
433, 868 MHz (Europe)
Surface mount module
+14dBm at 868 MHz
The RN2483 LoRa® Technology PICtail™/PICtail Plus Daughter Board is a development board that showcases the Microchip RN2483 Low-Power Long Range, LoRa Technology Transceiver Module.
Development of a LoRa system with the RN2483 connected to Microchip’s PIC MCU line is possible on PIC18 Explorer boards via the 28-pin PICtail connector, or on Explorer 16 boards using the 30-pin card edge PICtail Plus connector. The PICtail board also has an on-board PIC18 MCU available for custom user functions.
It is pre-programmed to provide a simple USB-to-UART serial bridge enabling easy serial connection. Demonstration of the RN2483 is performed by plugging the daughter board into a USB port of a PC.
The USB port powers the daughter board and enables the user to communicate using the RN2483’s simple ASCII command interface.
A reference design for a LoRa gateway is coming soon
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