Mouser's new resource site dedicated to LoRaWAN technology

Mouser Electronics

Tuesday, 22 December, 2020

Mouser Electronics has created a new resource site dedicated to the LoRaWAN standard and its capabilities, applications and related products. Engineers and designers can access the comprehensive new site by visiting https://resources.mouser.com/lora.

LoRaWAN is a low-power, wide-area (LPWA) network protocol designed to provide internet connections to battery-operated devices in regional, national and global networks. The high-performance protocol supports key Internet of Things (IoT) requirements including end-to-end security, bidirectional communication, mobility and localisation services. The new resource site from Mouser offers a broad range of useful information on LoRaWAN technologies, strategies and devices, providing designers with a single home for advice and insights.

Through standardisation and an accredited certification scheme, the LoRa Alliance delivers the interoperability needed for LPWA networks to scale, making LoRaWAN ideal for global LPWAN deployments. Mouser, as part of The TTI Family of Companies, has partnered with LoRa Alliance to deliver and promote this new standard in networking solutions.

With impressive low-power and security capabilities, the LoRaWAN specification offers a wide variety of use cases with specific nuances for each design opportunity. Mouser’s LoRaWAN resource site includes technical articles, videos, product descriptions and instructional flipbooks, providing information on how to leverage LoRaWAN connectivity in agriculture, smart cities, sensors, autonomous vehicles and other applications.

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