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akorIoT – world´s first Arduino shield with support of LTE Cat-M1 & LTE-Cat-NB1 (NB-IoT) & EGPRS

Radio adapter with Arduino header and support of NB-IoT, LTE-CAT-M1, EGPRS and GNSS

“akor” is the Proto-Celtic word for “open”. The akorIoT radio adapter with its Arduino R3 header has an open HW and SW concept and supports the multi-mode cellular module B96 as well. Based on that it is the world’s first Arduino shield with the support of both new cellular LPWAN technologies LTE-Cat-NB1 (NB-IoT) and LTE-Cat-M1. […]

NB-IoT and band 70 – What is your opinion?

Radio wave lambda

RF engineers already know that signal propagation characteristics vary according to frequency. In simple terms, signals carried at lower frequencies travel further. Since wavelength equals the speed of light divided by the period of the carrier signal, we can see that low frequency signals have a long wavelength. Long wavelength, low frequency radio waves are […]

400 students have already enrolled at the IoT-University

Direction in LPWAN

The IoT-University was launched just one month ago. In just four weeks there are more than 400 students on the course. Students want to learn and to educate them we need more mentors who love to share; we have space for eight more to join us. If you have something to share, join us. Become […]

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