Wireless Chipset from Semtech, Virtual Extension

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Semtech Corp.
Semtech Corp., Camarillo, CA, and Virtual Extension, Beit Dagan, Israel, have expanded their wireless mesh network platform to include a new ultra-high-transmission-range power chipset for smart environment applications. The chipset pairs Semtech's SX1231 ISM band transceiver with Virtual Extension's VE209S wireless mesh controller to enable reliable wireless data transmission across greater distances. The SX1231 features 17 dBm RF transmission power; operation over the 433, 868, and 915 MHz bands; programmable narrow- and wide-band communication modes; 137 dB link budget; and –120 dBm receive sensitivity. The VE209S IP-based mesh controller serves as the main building block of a VEmesh network unit, either a gateway or node, performing all networking tasks and compatible with DALI, Modbus, RS-232, USB, and TCP/IP. (Virtual Extension: +972 3-732-1207, fax +972 3-573-1629, [email protected], www.virtual-extension.com)

Contact Info

Company: Semtech Corp.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 805-498-2111
Fax: 805-498-3804

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