We continue to see tremendous growth within the Internet of Things (IoT) market with more devices than ever being connected to the cloud.
With applications such as home automation, which allow you to equip your home with lighting, heating, and alarm systems that give you the ability to turn on lights, set a desired temperature and receive notifications of any alarm activity right on your mobile device as soon as you approach the drive way.
The ability to connect low-power devices to the cloud is possible today with a number of different wireless connectivity technologies. The question often becomes which wireless technology is the right one for your application.
Communication over the Sub-1 GHz band has the unique ability of providing the longest range and lowest-power consumption with overall link robustness.
Figure 1 is an infographic highlighting the key benefits of using a Sub-1 GHz technology for your IoT network.
Figure 1. Reasons why you should use Sub-1 GHz in your IoT applications.
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