Sigfox Workshop – September 21, 2017 in Düsseldorf Sigfox is already one of the basic standards in IoT communication. The network, which is already available in 33 countries worldwide, offers some basic advantages: extremely low energy consumption, very low costs and worldwide availability. Recent studies are predicting a huge growth potential in the area of ​​networked … Read more

Radiocrafts announces Ultra-Low Power Radio Module for IoT applications

Radiocrafts AS, a leading provider of RF modules and wireless connectivity solutions, announced today a new ultra-low power radio module platform for Smart Metering, Internet of Things (IoT) and Wireless Sensor Networks applications. The new compact RF module is also suitable for 6LoWPAN based IP networks. The RC18x0 Radio Module platform is a series of … Read more

Radiocrafts Wireless Radio Modules in Unitronics Sensor2Cloud Solutions

Radiocrafts AS, a leading provider of RF modules, today announced that it has entered a distribution agreement for the German speaking European market with Unitronic Gmbh. “We are excited to team up with Untronic”, said Anders Oldebäck, Sales and Marketing Director of Radiocrafts. “We see Unotrinc’s strategic initiative on Sensor2Clout to match our Wireless Sensor … Read more

Radiocrafts Products are Now Available to Buy Online at Digi-Key

Radiocrafts AS, a leading provider of RF modules, today announced that it has entered a global distribution agreement with Digi-Key Electronics, the industry leader in electronic component selection, availability, and delivery. Design engineers around the world get access to RF modules and design tools from Radiocrafts. Radiocrafts provides surface mount RF modules for wireless networking … Read more

Range, Sensitivity and Sunglasses

At Radiocrafts, we often get the question on how long range our modules can achieve. With all respect that this is a very important question to our customer, the question is impossible to answer in a direct way. The answer will always be: “It depends”. A good way to explain this for non RF geeks, … Read more