Tag: LPWAN

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Leti LPWAN Test Results

Leti Boasts of LoRa, NB-IoT-Beating LPWA-CB Tests

CEA Tech research institute Leti has announced a new low-power wide-area (LPWA) standard, based on a novel approach to the physical layer called Turbo Frequency-Shift Keying (Turbo-FSK), which it claims outperforms both LoRa and NB-IoT implementations. “Leti’s Turbo-FSK receiver performs close to the Shannon limit, which is the maximum rate… Read More
LoRaWAN Display

LoRa Alliance Releases LoRaWAN 1.1 Standard

The LoRa Alliance, responsible for the LoRaWAN long-range low-power wireless network standard, has announced the release of a new revision which brings with it support for global roaming. Announced during the All Members meeting in China, the LoRaWAN 1.1 standard brings support for global handover roaming, Class B, and security… Read More
Arm Mbed, The Things Network LoRaWAN Webinar

Arm Announces Mbed, Things Network LoRaWAN webinar

Arm’s Mbed division has announced a webinar offering a getting started guide to using the LoRaWAN long-range low-power radio standard via The Things Network, scheduled for the 29th of November. Hosted by Jan Jongboom and Johan Stokking, the principle applications engineer and developer evangelist for Internet of Things (IoT) at… Read More
ARM DynamIQ

Community Round-Up: ARM DynamIQ, GAP8, RISC-V Survey, BeagleBone Blue, Intel tinyTILE, Flow Batteries, Vint Cerf on Security, Employee IP Agreements, and an IoTUK Boost Extension

ARM, now under the ownership of Japanese technology giant Softbank, has announced a new microarchitecture for its next-generation processors, built with many-core and deep-learning projects firmly in mind: DynamIQ. “DynamIQ technology is a monumental shift in multicore microarchitecture for the industry and the foundation for future ARM Cortex-A processors. The… Read More
IoTUK Boost hardware

Community Round-Up: IoTUK Boost Deadline, RISC-V Workshop, Nvidia’s TX2, Microchip’s CEC1702, Cypress PSoC4 Hacked, DPS5005 Firmware, OpenScope Success, a Goodenough Battery, RF Modules, and Bunnie’s Book

Technology journalist Gareth Halfacree is running the AB Open Community Round-Up series, offering a fortnightly glimpse at what’s happening in and around open source hardware and software, wireless and related topics. Applications for the IoTUK Boost innovation programme, run in Calderdale by AB Open in partnership with IoTUK, RS… Read More
DoES Liverpool's LoRaWAN Gateway

Community Round-Up: Liverpool LoRaWAN, RISC-V Events, SHAttered, Linux 4.10, DeviceHive, FPGA Tips, Kaspersky OS, and LimeNET

Technology journalist Gareth Halfacree is running the AB Open Community Round-Up series, offering a fortnightly glimpse at what’s happening in and around open source hardware and software, wireless and related topics. Community wireless effort The Things Network is a little larger today thanks to the official launch of The… Read More
Andrew Back's LoRaWAN display

Community Round-Up: LoRaWAN Projects, iolinker, OpenScope, SoC PoC, Autorouting in gEDA, an Open Laptop, and Wuthering Bytes 2017

Technology journalist Gareth Halfacree is running the AB Open Community Round-Up series, offering a fortnightly glimpse at what’s happening in and around open source hardware and software, wireless and related topics. If you’ve ever wondered how difficult getting into long-range, low-power wireless networking might be, our own Andrew Back’s post… Read More
1Bitsy Boards on Panels

Community Round-Up: ARM Dev Tools, Five-Network IoT, 128-bit RISC-V, Choosing an RTOS, and an Osmocom CFP

Technology journalist Gareth Halfacree is running the AB Open Community Round-Up series, offering a fortnightly glimpse at what’s happening in and around open source hardware and software, wireless and related topics. Piotr Esden-Tempski has successfully completed a crowdfunding campaign for the 1Bitsy development board and Black Magic v2.1 JTAG/SWD probe,… Read More