Innovative IoT antennas with LoRa capabilities drive new design

16-04-2024 | Amphenol | Passives

Amphenol RF has expanded its antenna portfolio with external, spring and embedded chip antennas developed to meet the increasing demand for long-range, low-power connectivity solutions. LoRa technology has emerged as a game-changer in the realm of IoT, enabling devices to transmit data over long distances with minimal power consumption. Its antennas with LoRa capabilities create robust and reliable IoT networks for various applications.

Key features of Amphenol RF's antennas with LoRa capabilities include:

Long-range connectivity enables communication over distances of several kilometres, making it ideal for applications in smart cities, industrial automation, agriculture, and asset tracking.

Low power consumption ensures extended battery life, making them suitable for battery-operated devices deployed in remote or hard-to-reach locations.

The robust performance maintains reliable connectivity in challenging environments, including urban areas with high interference levels and industrial settings with harsh conditions.

Versatile deployment supports various LoRa-based protocols and frequency bands, offering flexibility to meet the diverse needs of IoT applications worldwide.

With long-range connectivity and low power consumption, these antennas have changed how businesses collect, analyse, and act on data. They operate in the sub-GHz ISM band (e.g.,433MHz, 868MHz, 915MHz), which makes them excellent for applications like smart cities, smart agriculture, and asset tracking. The company's antennas with LoRa capabilities are available as a standard off-the-shelf solution.


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