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Module solution for Sigfox Monarch
14 November 2018, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless

Wisol announced the world’s first value-added and unique Sigfox Monarch module solution to feature its intercontinental logistics tracking solution.

Sigfox Monarch provides a unique radio recognition service enabling devices to manage the radio frequency changes, without any additional hardware such as a GPS or Wi-Fi chipset. This service enables devices to run seamlessly in all parts of the world, by automatically recognising and adapting to the local radio frequencies standards. It unlocks numerous use cases in logistics and supply chain, the consumer industry, and in automated maintenance for the shipping, aircraft and railway industries. Sigfox’s technology operates in unlicensed bands worldwide, with radio frequencies ranging from 862 to 928 MHz.

JinDuk Kim, senior vice president at Wisol, said, “By increasing the demand of the intercontinental logistic tracking solution, we definitely believe the Sigfox Monarch module solution will be a game changer for logistics businesses. So far, the existing global inter-continental logistic tracking solution requires expensive payment and it blocks wide use of the tracking system.

“To solve this obstacle, we, as pioneers for the global Sigfox module solution, designed tiny, low-power and value-added modules to fit IoT tracking devices. Because we already have various Sigfox module lineups which are market proven worldwide, we are very excited that this brand-new Sigfox Monarch module provides broad options to global customers to select a Sigfox module depending on their target application, and it will have synergy with our currently available Sigfox module lineups.”

The 25 x 20 x 2,5 mm module adopts STMicroelectronics’ S2-LP ultra-low-power, sub-1 GHz RF transceiver and BlueNRG-2 Bluetooth low energy SoC, along with the ST dual-radio software development kit, highlighting the readiness of ST’s reference solution for the Sigfox Monarch technology.

For more information contact Andrew Hutton, RF Design, +27 21 555 8400, andrew@rfdesign.co.za, www.rfdesign.co.za


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