There are almost half million IQRF modules running in hundreds of projects around the world since 2008.
- Bands: 868/916 MHz
- Range: 500m (line of sight)
- Interface: SPI, UART, IQRF
- Network: 239 routers/nodes, 240 hops
- Download: Datasheet
Security of the IQRF is based on AES 128 and is designed in three layers – access, network and user encryption. You need to know 16B password to join the network, networking packets are automatically encrypted plus you can encrypt your data.
Transceiver provides full compatibility so your device can communicate in one network with devices of other transceiver based products. To make your device interoperable you should follow the IQRF Standard available here.
There are almost half million IQRF modules running in hundreds of projects around the world since 2008. Many features were implemented into the IQRF based on project and customer requests. Thanks to this you can rely on IQRF performance, easy-to-use and advanced features.
GW is a device that controls an IQRF network and is connected to the internet through different interfaces such as ETH, GSM, WiFi, etc. There is a portfolio of indoor and outdoor GWs on the IQRF Marketplace. You can also create your own GW from any Linux machine using the IQRF Daemon.
IQRF IoT-Starter-Kit enables you to quickly evaluate the IQRF technology, connect different interoperable end devices, develop your own GW, get the GW connected to a MS Azure or other clouds and control everything with a mobile app.
Software Development Kit
IQRF SDK is an open source code available on Github that enables you to make any Linux machine an IQRF GW within matter of hours. Link
The IQRF IDE offers professional environment for fast and easy application development and network service.
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