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Semtech Corporation, a supplier of high-performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, announced March 2022 production of its Tri-Edge™ clock and data recovery (CDR) with an integrated DML driver to enable emerging 50Gbps PAM4 5G front haul deployments, the GN2255.
Semtech Corporation announced a joint initiative with Lacuna Space to further increase coverage and resilience of LoRaWAN connectivity. The collaboration is built on Long Range Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (LR-FHSS), the latest addition to the LoRaWAN standard.
Town of Cary, NC Deploys Technology Solutions from SAS and Semtech to Improve its Community Services - Press ReleaseDecember 29, 2021
By leveraging LoRaWAN® connectivity and the data analytics from SAS, the Town of Cary will be able to better monitor floods and provide additional community services to its citizens.
Semtech Corporation announced its collaboration with Spanish utility metering systems provider, Arson Metering. Arson Metering is utilizing Semtech's LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN standard for its new smart gas metering sensor solution.
Semtech Corporation announced its collaboration with Elvexys, designer of innovative and robust solutions for data management, engineering of energy transport, and distribution networks in Europe, and Oiken, a Swiss distributor of electricity serving 90,000 end customers, for an Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled sensor.
Intelligent Sensor Platform Improves Mobile Connectivity and Compliance for Personal Connected Consumer Devices - NewsNovember 23, 2021
PerSe sensors detect human presence near mobile devices and other consumer electronics and enable advanced Radio Frequency (RF) control when the user is close. Its smart human sensing feature, ultra-low power, and tiny footprint also make it suitable for a range of wearable applications such as gesture control and automation.
The past 18 months have led to an increased demand for efficient and reliable connectivity solutions, particularly in the home. More than ever, we relied on it for remote work, virtual education, entertainment, and far more. If connectivity was unstable, we felt that impact in our daily lives, and immediately.