STMicro's STM32 SoC Empowers LoRa-Based Smart Devices

January 7, 2020 Alix Paultre

STMicroelectronics unveiled the STM32WLE5, presented as the first LoRa system-on-chip (SoC) for connecting smart devices to the Internet of Things (IoT), using long-distance wireless connections. The SoC combines ST’s ultra-low-power STM32 microcontroller design with a LoRa-compliant radio, in one single-die device. 

The STM32WLE5 is available in a 5mm x 5mm UFBGA73 package, and is fully integrated into the STM32 ecosystem, including STM32Cube software support, with a LoRaWAN stack certified for all regions in source-code format. ST’s LoRaWAN software for wireless network communications has passed all regional certifications for use worldwide.

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