MICROCHIP SAM R34 LoRa® Sub-GHz System-in-Package Family | New Product Brief
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MICROCHIP SAM R34 LoRa® Sub-GHz System-in-Package Family
The Microchip Technology SAM R34 LoRa® Sub-GHz System-in-Package Family includes an ultra-low power, high-performance 32-bit ARM Cortex® microcontroller, LoRa transceiver, and software stack to serve long-range, low power wireless IoT applications.
The SAM R34 system-in-package family can significantly reduce time to market for Internet of Things (IoT) design with certified reference designs, a certified development board, proven interoperability with major LoRaWAN™ gateway and network providers, and a chip-down design package -- all with a trusted supply chain. Along with the ultra-low power MCU, sleep currents can go as low as 790 nanoamps, and a low-power RAM with battery backup is used for optimal battery savings.
Smaller LoRa nodes are created with a compact 6 mm by 6 mm BGA package making this ideal for node placement in smart agriculture, supply chain and logistics, and smart city applications.
- SAM R34 LoRa® Sub-GHz System-in-Package Family
- Ultra-low power, high-performance 32-bit ARM Cortex® microcontroller
- LoRa transceiver and software stack
- Reduce TTM
- Certified reference designs
- Certified development board
- Proven interoperability with major LoRaWAN™ gateway and network providers
- Chip-down design package
- Trusted supply chain
- Increase Battery Life
- Ultralow power 32-bit Arm Cortex® MCU
- Sleep currents down to 790nA
- Low-power RAM with battery back-up
- Compact 6x6mm BGA package
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