The LoRa611Pro module possesses three major application advantages in LoRa networking

By sdga:NiceRF Wireless Technology Co., Ltd

The LoRa611Pro module is an upgraded version of the networked wireless data transmission module developed by NiceRF. It is based on Semtech's SX127X chip and incorporates advanced LoRa spread spectrum and frequency hopping technology. With its high reception sensitivity, the LoRa611Pro module surpasses the current commonly used FSK and GFSK products in terms of signal penetration capability and communication distance. Additionally, it exhibits strong resistance to interference, ensuring reliable and stable communication in challenging RF environments.



The LoRa611Pro networking module boasts three key advantages:

  1. High Reception Sensitivity: -139 dBm In LoRa networking, reception sensitivity is a crucial parameter. A higher reception sensitivity means that receiving devices can pick up signals from long distances even with low signal strength, enhancing communication reliability and coverage. The LoRa611Pro networking module offers a remarkable reception sensitivity of -139 dBm, meeting the demands of long-distance transmissions in LoRa networks, with a clear line of sight transmission distance of up to 5 km at low data rates.
  2. Maximum Output Power: 100 mW (+20 dBm) LoRa networking requires specific output power levels to ensure reliable communication and coverage. Sensor nodes and gateways often use different output power settings. Sensor nodes employ lower output power to reduce power consumption, while gateways typically use higher output power to enhance signal reliability and coverage, reducing blind spots and limitations in distance. When designing a LoRa network, a balance between output power, bandwidth, and data transmission rate is essential to meet the specific requirements of different application scenarios. The LoRa611Pro module's maximum output power of 100 mW (+20 dBm) addresses this need perfectly, offering a wide range of adjustable output power levels to accommodate various application scenarios.
  3. Optional Nodes/Relays in MESH Mode In LoRa networking, Mesh mode enables devices to transmit data through relays, extending the network's coverage and reliability. The relay function allows data to be transmitted from the source node through a series of relay nodes to the destination node, achieving long-distance communication. By using the relay function in Mesh mode, LoRa networking can achieve broader communication coverage and increased communication reliability. The flexibility and self-organization capability of relay nodes make LoRa Mesh networks particularly suitable for complex environments and diverse application scenarios.

Besides the three key advantages mentioned above, the LoRa611Pro networking module also features AES128 data encryption, a variety of serial port parameter settings, and support for TTL/RS232/RS485 interfaces. It operates in multiple frequency bands (433/470/868/915 MHz) and offers up to 40 communication channels within the same frequency band. With these additional features, the LoRa611Pro module finds wide applications in wireless remote control and other industries.


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