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How to Develop and Test a Long-Range Radio Application for Low Power IOT with an Absolute Minimum of Effort

NOV
11
2020
11. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 6: LPWAN I

13:45-14:10 h | Virtual

A post-Corona summary: Customers wanting to implement radio modules in the license free SRD (Short Range Device) bands often lack the required technical experience. The challenge is to achieve a maximum in range with a minimum of power consumption. The aim is to supply a development platform, which provides the end user with an ideal tool for the development and testing of IOT related radio applications without having any expert technical experience. A well-known and simple software development environment supports the configuration and operation of various RF modules with the same footprint. Just a few lines need to be connected to a UART in order to establish the hardware connection. A convenient command interface allows for a quick configuration and operation of these radio modules. A row of environmental sensors, interfaced via SPI or I2C, round of the experimental features of this development platform.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Manfred Schommarz (Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co.KG)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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A post-Corona summary: Customers wanting to implement radio modules in the license free SRD (Short Range Device) bands often lack the required technical experience. The challenge is to achieve a maximum in range with a minimum of power consumption. The aim is to supply a development platform, which provides the end user with an ideal tool for the development and testing of IOT related radio applications without having any expert technical experience. A well-known and simple software development environment supports the configuration and operation of various RF modules with the same footprint. Just a few lines need to be connected to a UART in order to establish the hardware connection. A convenient command interface allows for a quick configuration and operation of these radio modules. A row of environmental sensors, interfaced via SPI or I2C, round of the experimental features of this development platform.

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Manfred Schommarz

Dipl.Ing. Electrical Engineering

He was born in Namibia and studied in SA.

After graduation Manfred started his career at the CSIR (Council for Scienti fic and Industrial Research) in Pretoria amongst other in speech recognition and signal analysis.

During 2013 he started working as embedded software developer and field applications engineer with Amber Wireless before their integration into Würth Elektronik eiSos.

His focus lies in wireless connectivity and smart metering.

Manfred Schommarz

Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co.KG

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Manfred Schommarz

Dipl.Ing. Electrical Engineering

He was born in Namibia and studied in SA.

After graduation Manfred started his career at the CSIR (Council for Scienti fic and Industrial Research) in Pretoria amongst other in speech recognition and signal analysis.

During 2013 he started working as embedded software developer and field applications engineer with Amber Wireless before their integration into Würth Elektronik eiSos.

His focus lies in wireless connectivity and smart metering.

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