We offer low-power, sub GHz gateway for use in a wide range of applications, such as building control, asset tracking, and smart elderly care.
The chip we are using is EFR32FG23 Sub-GHz Wireless SoC from silicon Lab, which supports 802.15.4 g/e. It is an ideal solution for sub-GHz IoT wireless connectivity for smart home, security, lighting, and metering.
Our gateway provides end-to-end solution-enabling and easy cloud connections which operate over a wide frequency range, including 315, 433, 470, 868, 915, 928 and 960 MHz in the license-free industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) frequency bands, based on proprietary modulations as FSK/GFSK/OOKn/MSK.
The high-performance sub-GHz radio provides a long range and is not susceptible to 2.4 GHz interference from technologies. The single-die, multi-core solution, provides industry leading security, low power consumption with fast wakeup times, and an integrated power amplifier to secure connectivity for IoT devices.
We have complete product certification and operator certifications, which makes it easy for you to get to the market quickly.
For different gateway developers, we provide different kinds of hardware and software development solutions:
Fully certified sub GHz module solution, which will help get your product to market quickly.
A Linux-based operating system that allows developers to create their own applications and UI interfaces.
Specified CPU or wireless module, use our shell or your ID
Sub GHz networks are particularly suitable for IoT applications due to their long range and low power consumption. Single-chip solutions for sub-GHz networks are widely available at low cost.
WiFi transmitters have a typical range of up to approximately 50 meters (150 feet) indoors and up to 100 meters (300 feet) outdoors. Bluetooth has a shorter range, typically only transmitting about 10 meters (30 feet) indoors.
In contrast, sub-GHz networks can easily reach hundreds of meters indoors and, depending on conditions, several kilometers (miles) outdoors.
Sub GHz is the ideal wireless technology for low-cost, robust and low-power sensor networks such as measurement, smart home and smart city applications. Sub-GHz networks offer a longer range and lower power consumption than the more well-known WiFi and Bluetooth protocols.
WiFi as well as Bluetooth both use the very same 2.4 Ghz band everywhere in the world. Nonetheless, the bands used for sub-GHz networking are different in different countries.
The most common standard for sub-GHz wireless networks is IEEE 802.15.4g