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Microchip Takes LoRa and Motion Detection by Storm

One of the biggest challenges in IoT communications is distance. In this week’s Fish Fry, we examine a new communications technology called LoRa. Tyler Smith (Microchip Technology) is here to tell us how it can be used, where it is best suited for implementation, and how LoRa could change the future of IoT communications. Also this week, we look into the details of a new motion detection module that packs a big ol’ punch by combining a powerful motion co-processor with 9-axis sensors (including an accelerometer, a magnetometer, and a gyroscope) all in an itty-bitty package. 


 

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Links for March 27, 2015

Microchip’s New Motion Module Makes Motion Monitoring Easy

Microchip LoRa™ Technology Wireless Module Enables IoT; First Module for Ultra Long-Range and Low-Power Network Standard

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