RAK Unified Interface v3, aka RUI3, is a modular IoT platform that supports a variety of devices and applications to cater to different case scenarios and solutions.
RAK3172 - WisDuo LoRaWAN Module
The RAK3172 LoRa Module includes a STM32WLE5CC chip, which supports eight (8) spreading factors (SF5 ~ SF12) and signal bandwidth that can be adjusted between 7.8 kHz to 500 kHz. It has Ultra-Low Power Consumption of 1.69 μA in sleep mode, but during the Transmit Mode, it can reach the maximum output power of 22 dBm. As a receiver, it can achieve a sensitivity of -148 dBm.
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The RAK3172 WisDuo module with the default RAK firmware is usually used as a LoRaWAN modem together with the host MCU in most IoT applications. You can have a successful end-device when the host MCU sends even just the basic EUIs/keys commands and joining/sending commands.
It’s been a big year for RAK. Our 2021
After launching the RAK3172 WisDuo Module, we received lots of interest in using it as a dedicated LoRa® device or LoRaWAN® end-device.
RAKwireless, we immediately decided that STM32WL must be part of our WisDuo product line.
RAKwireless is continuing towards creating a connected world, enabling easy deployment of IoT devices to deal with the different day-to-day problems faced by the various industries, all done by following the RAK Way.