With several protocols available, Radio modules can allow you to create your own short range (5m - 5000m) networks, so you can control your data and devices.
Take a look at some of our short range options below, including:
Adaptive Modules provide industrial standard Wi-Fi modules (802.11 b/g/n), offering extended operational temperature ranges, low power usage and multiple antenna options. These modules have been rolled out to industries including: industrial/manufacturing, Smart-Metering, Smart Home, handset devices, medical instruments, smart grid applications and other M2M fields.
Adaptive Modules franchise of Telit to offer short range RF product portfolio for innovative and reliable RF solutions ranging from ready-to-use wireless radio modems to OEM RF modules.
Telit solutions operate in the license-free world wide ISM frequency bands of 433 MHz, 868 MHz, 915 MHz and 2.4 GHz (ZigBee Telit Solutions). These solutions are available in standardised and proprietary low-power, low-data rate RF technologies for the M2M and industry markets.
The long-term experience and extensive expertise in cost-effective state-of-the-art radio solutions allow a significant reduction in TCO (total cost of ownership) and time-to-market. Additionally, having full IP stack ownership and multi-ship vendor approach to ensure continuity of supply and highly reliable products.
The experience and expertise in cost-effective ‘state of the art’ radio solutions, full IP stack ownership and multi-ship vendor approach reduces TCO (total cost of ownership) and time-to-market to ensure continuity of supply and highly reliable products.
The SIGFOX connectivity solution is based on an antenna & base station infrastructure that is completely independent of existing networks, such as the telecommunications networks. This low-throughput only network is being rolled out in 60 countries within the next five years.
LORAWAN is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification intended for wireless battery operated Things in a regional, national or global network. LoRaWAN targets key requirements of Internet of Things such as secure bi-directional communication, mobility and localization services. The LoRaWAN specification provides seamless interoperability among smart Things without the need of complex local installations and gives back the freedom to the user, developer, businesses enabling the roll out of Internet of Things
Build reliable, cost effective, low-power wireless control products that are applicable for industrial and commercial applications. The Zigbee Technology is a wireless control technology at a global standard used in wireless m2m networks.
Zigbee operates on the IEEE 802.15.4 radio specification and operates in bands including 2.4GHz, 900MHz and 868MHz.
The Zigbee protocol is designed to provide a secure and reliable wireless data solution.
The Zigbee platform has been designed to maintain a strong RF communication through hostile environments that are usually common in commercial and industrial applications.
For more information on the ZigBee protocol take a look at our ZigBee FAQ
Develop your short range application with our RF development tools, available for Wi-Fi, ZigBee, SigFox, LoRa, 868Mh and 169Mh RF communication.
The RE866 module from Telit combines a LoRa Alliance certified module: LoRaWan1.02 class A/C and B. with a Bluetooth v5 qualified module Integrated antenna for BLE, External antenna for SUB-GHZ and is Pin to Pin compatible with NE866 (Telit NB1module)
RE866 interface board for EVK2 allows for testing the functionalities and performance of Telit's RE866 BLE+ LoRa combo module.
The ZE61 is the extended version of the low cost ZE51 fully compatible and with the same form factor, having link allocation of 118 dB and 100 mW output power that operates in industrial temperature range from -40° C to 85° C.
Integrating Wi-Fi™ to your IoT solution is simplified with the use of our pre-certified Wi-Fi™ module, WE866A1-P. The module’s small footprint and rich features make it perfect for network applications such as smart energy, sensor networks, home automation, and nearly any other application that benefits from Wi-Fi support.