Are you looking to connect devices to the Internet of Things (IoT) at a distance greater than 25 km? Or even 100 km?
Then you are probably going to want to add Sub-1 GHz technology to your product to achieve this connection. The combination of long range, low power, software flexibility and operation on a less crowded spectrum make Sub-1 GHz technology ideal for these long-range IoT applications.
TI’s Sub-1 GHz solutions, for operation in 169 MHz, 315 MHz, 433 MHz, 470MHz, 500 MHz, 868 MHz, 915 MHz and 920 MHz ISM bands, provide the longest real-world RF range with a proven distance greater than 100 km. With long distance, another requirement that is needed is robustness. Our Sub-1 GHz narrowband products provide the distance and robustness to meet any developer’s needs for networks with the lowest power. This means the devices have the ability to transmit at a longer range, at the lowest power consumption, through concrete and cities without interruption from other sources. Finally, TI’s narrowband solutions have the ability to meet standard long-range network requirements, such as the SIGFOX IoT network, which provides long-term, future-proofed solutions.
To learn more about narrowband, long-range Sub-1 GHz technology read our three-part blog series on Electronic Design which covers different applications where narrowband is the de facto standard:
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