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Mold clamp tools definition

What is mold clamp? The mold clamp (also called mould clamp) is a kind of auxiliary clamping unit often used in injection mold processing, its main function is to keep the machined parts not shaking not moving in the processing.

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Today, we talk about the LTE Cat 1 vs Cat 4. After the read, you will know about the difference between LTE Cat.1 and Cat.4.

To distinguish between LTE Cat.1 and Cat.4, we need to know what Cat is. Cat stands for Category, and the numbers after Cat represent the different categories, which 3GPP names in the Cat.

Cat.X is used to describe the capability level of user terminals according to the 3GPP Release definition, and Cat4 and Cat1 are both standards for user terminal categories in LTE networks for 4G communications.

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Today, we talk about the 5G NR technology and the 6 Characteristics of 5G NR Technology.

What is 5G NR technology?

The 5th generation mobile networks or 5th generation wireless systems, 5th-Generation, referred to as 5G or 5G NR technology is the latest generation of cellular mobile communication technology, namely 4G (LTE-A, WiMax), 3G ( Extension after UMTS, LTE) and 2G (GSM) systems.

5G NR technology has set a new standard for wireless, opening up the spectrum above 6 GHz that has been previously unusable by cellular services.

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The relationship between 5G NarrowBand IoT

What relationship exists between 5G NarrowBand IoT? Whether Narrowband IoT is 5G technology in the end? Today, we will learn about the 5G Narrowband IoT relationship.

5G NR technology brings by no means only faster network speed, but will be the intelligent interconnection of everything is possible in fact, and NB-IoT is the prelude and foundation of 5G commercialization, therefore, the evolution of NB-IoT is more important, such as support for multicast, continuous mobility, new power levels, etc. As long as the infrastructure such as NB-IoT is complete, 5G New Radio can be truly realized.

Industrial IoT is relatively a regional network, so there is a possibility of a breakthrough. NarrowBand IoT bypasses 4G, no need to wait for the arrival of the 5G era all the time, 5G narrowband IoT takes the lead to come out and lead the way.

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Despite the hype of 5G NR, Wi-Fi and 5GNR together play an important role in corporate use cases such as remote patient care and smart manufacturing. How 5G Enhances WiFi in the industries?

5G new radio is a very new technology. In addition to faster speeds, when 5G is actually implemented.

The dramatic claim that New 5G will replace WiFi is unfounded to New Radio 5G? It doesn't work today.

Few industries are as affected by 5G as manufacturing. In the manufacturing industry, the advent of cellular technology could stimulate the next industrial revolution.

Most factories continue to operate on Wi-Fi networks, but the wave of smart factories based on 5G technology is beginning to emerge. 

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Today, we talk about the wired and wireless IoT Communication Technologies, the simple 13 common communication technologies in IoT.

We have compiled and summarized the commonly used wired and wireless communication methods of IoT for future reference.

Communication frequency band: license-free frequency band. Use Industrial Scientific Medical (ISM) frequency band, 915MHz (U.S.), 868MHz (Europe), 2. 4GHz (Global)

NB-IoT is built on a cellular network and only consumes about 180KHz of bandwidth, and can be directly deployed on a GSM network, UMTS network, or LTE network.

Communication frequency band: ISM frequency band including 433MHz, 868MHz, 915MHz, etc.

Communication distance: 2-5 km for towns, 15 km for suburbs

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From 12 perspectives on Narrowband IoT vs Lora technology to learn which IoT standard is more advantageous.

Rapid developments in machine learning and M2M communication standards are playing a key role.

Semtech's LoRa technology is a bit ahead of the curve in this area, but NB-IoT (narrowband IoT) is also rapidly gaining traction as a powerful LPWAN standard.

Lora and LoRaWAN are often used as synonyms, but they do not refer to the same thing.

NB-IoT works well in urban areas but has only mediocre performance in suburban and rural areas (where 4G signal is not available).

LoRaWAN does not rely on cellular data or Wi-Fi, so it can maintain relatively stable coverage in any region.

Note: Compared to the cost of constructing base stations for 4G-LTE, which is necessary for the introduction of NB-IoT, the cost of constructing base stations for LoRa is a fraction of that for 4G-LTE, and the low investment required gives LoRa a significant advantage.

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Today, we talk about something about NB-IoT which you may not know.

NB-IoT refers to Narrow Band - Internet of Things (IoT) technology, which focuses on the Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Internet of Things (IoT) market and is an emerging technology that can be widely used around the world.

Huawei, as the domestic leader in developing NB-IoT technology, has also attracted considerable attention from the technology community.

Q: How are the frequency bands for NB-IoT divided by domestic and international operators?

A: Most operators worldwide use the 900MHz band to deploy NB-IoT, and some operators deploy in the 800MHz band.

China Unicom's NB-IoT is deployed in the 900MHz and 1800MHz bands, and currently, only 900MHz is available for trials.

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NB-IoT and LoRa account for 83% share of LPWAN market, low-power satellite IoT becomes a game-breaker, In-depth analysis of low-power wide-area (LPWAN) market in 2021.

According to the monitoring of IoT Analytics, in the second quarter and the third quarter of many countries because of the epidemic quarantine, the number NB-IoT and LoRa of LPWAN-enabled device activation in 2020 still reached 450 million units, with a year-on-year growth rate of 62%, especially in the epidemic prevention and control and supply chain visualization play an important role in the rapid growth of IoT applications;

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Today, we talk about the several major benefits of NFC smart homes. Guess what are the benefits of NFC smart homes?

For applications in the era of interconnected smart homes, NFC technology can increase the ease of use, safety, etc. of equipment, and can greatly change the lifestyle of our daily homes.

As a short-field communication technology, NFC has a very wide range of applications, such as mobile payment, channel inspection, automobiles, smart homes, industrial control, and so on. With the continuous evolution of smart home scenarios, a large part of NFC devices will appear in the living room in the future.

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What is an RFID warehouse management system?

RFID warehouse management system is a combination of RFID technology and warehouse management system to provide enterprises with a new storage model, to meet the needs of enterprise automation, transparency, intelligent storage, RFID technology, and warehouse management system to achieve a seamless docking, maximize the value of RFID technology applications in warehousing.

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Due to its wireless transmission characteristics, the adoption of RFID technology in logistics supply chain scenarios can bring a number of benefits. Here have 5 benefits of RFID in logistics supply chain.

Not only can it significantly improve efficiency, but it also opens a new window of digital information management. In general, the application of RFID technology in the logistics supply chain can bring the following benefits.

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The common wired and wireless communication technologies in IoT include RS-232, RS-485, USB, Z-Wave, IPv6, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Lora, NB-IoT, NFC, RF, GSM, 3G 4G, etc.

With the progress and development of the times, society gradually enters the Internet +, various sensors collect data more and more abundantly, big data applications follow, and people consider incorporating various devices directly into the Internet to facilitate data collection, management as well as analysis and calculation.

IoT intelligence is no longer limited to small devices and small network stages but has entered the complete field of intelligent industrialization. Intelligent IoTisation steps into maturity on big data, cloud computing, and virtual reality, and is incorporated into the whole big ecological environment of the Internet+.

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The new 5G and massive MIMO are everywhere. What can the 5G massive MIMO bring to our life?

With the continuous progress of information technology, digitalization, and big data, the development of antenna technology also has higher requirements, and the communication system keeps developing to the higher frequency band and larger bandwidth.

Looking back to the radio communication technology, from the 1895 Italian scientist Marconi, the first wireless telegram is filled with the other side of the ocean. It has already passed more than 120 years in social life, aerospace, military, etc. Radio communications technology has played an irreplaceable role.

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What is the ISM band and what are the main frequencies in the ISM band? After the read, you will get the answer.

This frequency range for 430.050 ~ 434.790MHz, in the world range.

This frequency range is from 868 to 870 MHz, in the UHF band. 

ISM Band Frequency 915 MHz

In the United States and Australia, the frequency range 888 to 889 MHz and 902 to 928 MHz has been available and used by the backscatter RFID system.

ISM Band Frequency 2.4 GHz

This ISM band frequency range is 2.400 ~ 2.483GHz, belongs to the microwave band.

ISM applications in this band include Bluetooth and 802.11 protocol wireless networks.

Microwave / Bluetooth / WIFI, etc. are used in this frequency, in addition to domestic RFID also uses this frequency.

ISM Band Frequency 5.8GHz

This ISM frequency range is 5.725 ~ 5.875GHz.


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After the read, you will learn about what is NB-IoT, What are the features of NarrowBand-IoT, what are the NB-IoT applications.

NB-IoT (NarrowBand Internet of Things) is an emerging technology IoT based on the narrowband cellular things, support low-power device is connected to the cellular WAN data, is also known as a low-power wide-area network ( LPWA).

The GSM network, UMTS network, or an LTE network supporting short standby time, the network connection device requires a high connection efficiency.

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the 7 newest UWB industry trends to reveal how UWB technology future gFrom oes.

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What is integrated positioning technology?

The integrated positioning technology integrates all positioning methods on the market, including GPS, base station positioning, Wi-Fi positioning, Bluetooth positioning, and sensor positioning, which can be described as integrated positioning technology sets.

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There are many types of wireless communication technologies in the IoT, such as Wifi, Lora, NB-IoT, Bluetooth, ZigBee, Sigfox, etc.

What is wireless communication technology?

Wireless communication technology transmits information over the air using electromagnetic waves like IR (Infrared), RF (Radio Frequency), satellite, etc. For example, GPS, Wi-Fi, satellite television, wireless computer parts, wireless phones that include 3G and 4G networks, and Bluetooth

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Regarding the performance of active vs passive GPS antenna, both GPS passive antennas and active GPS antennas can receive GPS signals and achieve the satellite positioning function. But usually, the GPS active antenna is better than the passive GPS antenna, and the positioning speed active vs passive GPS antenna is faster.

From the antenna placement, GPS antenna can be divided into built-in antenna and external antenna; and GPS built-in antenna can be divided into the active and passive antenna.

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As intelligent transport systems for smart cities begin to evolve, people can take advantages of intelligent transport systems for the many safety, efficiency, and cost benefits.

These new prospects are largely due to the expansion of IoT devices and 5G connectivity technologies.

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In the process of injection molding, carelessness can cause injection molded product defects, how to prevent injection molded product defects?

If the diameter of the nozzle is too small, the specific volume of the material increases, and it is easy to cause cold, blocking the feed channel or consuming the injection pressure; in the cooling effect of the template hardened, thus preventing the smooth entry of molten material into the cavity.

For multi-cavity molds, the runner should be carefully arranged and the size of the sprue should be balanced, otherwise, only the cavities near the main flow path or the thick and short sprue can be filled, while the other cavities cannot be filled.

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After read, you can learn about how to adjust the injection molding processes of temperature, pressure, and speed.

Injection molding temperature measurement and control are very important in injection moulding. Although these measurements are relatively simple, most injection molding machines do not have sufficient temperature tights or lines.

In order to counter the injection molding pressure, the locking mold pressure must be used, do not automatically select the maximum value available, and consider the projected area, calculate a suitable value.

This is the pressure that must be generated and transcended before the screw.

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What are the key technical parameters of the injection molding machine? Here we introduce some of the technical parameters of the injection molding machine.

First, the technical parameters of the injection molding components

(1) Screw diameter: outer diameter size of the screw

Fourth, mold clamp specification technical parameters of injection molding machine

(1) Mold clamp size: Mold clamp M16 M20 M24 M30

(2) Mold clamp type: Injection mold clamp, CNC mold clamp, Stamping die clamp, etc

(3) Mould clamp manufacturer: DGMF Mold Clamps Co., Ltd

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The injection mold acceptance standard is recognized from the product quality, mold structure, injection molding process requirements, etc., accordingly, the injection mold quality is evaluated.

The cooling water juice should be used in the plastic block insertion mouth, and the customer needs to request.

The hardness of the mold components should not be less than 50 HRC, or the surface hardening treatment hardness should be higher than 600 hV.

The reset spring should be used as a standard piece, and the spring should not be ground and cut.

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Below are the 18 basic injection molding technologies that injection molding technicians must know.

The melt usually flows from the nozzle into the nozzle, but in some injection molds, the nozzle is part of the mold because it extends to the bottom of the mold. There are also two main types of nozzles: open nozzles and closed nozzles. In injection molding, open nozzles should be used more because they are cheaper and less likely to stay.

Make sure that the nozzle is correctly connected to the nozzle bushing, and the top hole is slightly smaller than the nozzle sprue bushing.

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When it comes to molding defects, burn marks in injection molding are some of the most common. Why have burn marks in injection molding?

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Today, we talk about the 5G NR MIMO Transmission ways. What are the required transmission schemes for NR MIMO?

There are three implementation options for the 5G NR beam assignment, which are analog, digital, and hybrid beam assignment. For these implementations, both multibeam-based and single-beam-based approaches should be considered. But what are the required transmission schemes for the 5G NR MIMO?

In LTE, single layer/multi-layer/TP/UE transmissions use a unified framework. Due to the flexibility of DMRS, these transmissions have good transparency. In 5G NR, multi-beam transmissions can also be seen as cooperative transmissions between multiple virtual TPs.

Considering the cost and complexity, when there are more antenna units and the number of RXUs is usually smaller than the number of originals.

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While 5G has been a hot topic for years, there is still a great deal of work to be done behind the scenes in refining and effectively iterating on 5G standards.

5G NR (New Radio) Release 16 brings critical reliability and latency improvement technologies in several key areas, most notably an enhanced 5G URLLC base to deliver better link reliability (up to 99.9999%).

These networks have gained significant traction in industrial IoT use cases, enabling enterprises to deploy 5G industrial IoT networks with dedicated resources immediately, rather than waiting for broader 5G network deployments. Other benefits include specific optimizations for local applications and customized security and privacy settings when needed.

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Here have the 18 elements to consider when building an IoT cloud platform.

Organizations should aim for an IoT platform that can support a wide range of protocols and new protocols and enable them to easily upgrade these protocols. The IoT protocols such as Wifi, Lora, Bluetooth, NB-IoT, Zigbee

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Congrats on the LoRaWAN as a global IoT standard that was approved by ITU.

The LoRa Alliance, which works to promote the LoRaWAN standard for Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), said the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has approved the LoRaWAN as global IoT standard technology, Capacitymedia reported on 7 December.

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Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) is an important branch of the Internet of Everything, also known as Narrowband-IoT.

Built on cellular networks, likes Lora, is one of the technologies of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), Narrow Band Internet of Things supports long standby times, consumes only about 180kHz of bandwidth, and can be deployed directly on GSM networks, UMTS networks, or LTE networks to reduce deployment costs and enable smooth upgrades.

With the arrival of commercial 5G, the IoT will permeate all aspects of our work and life, creating great social value.

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By integrating 5G and the Internet of Things networks, manufacturers can operate with full flexibility and move towards a dynamic ecosystem of suppliers and consumers.

There is no doubt that 5G mobile networks will be a giant leap forward for mobile broadband. The IoT offers many advantages for 5G in healthcare, education, energy, and transportation.


This will be driven by private LTE and 5G networks in the industrial sector. 5G will optimize IoT networks through the use of RF management for narrowband IoT applications and applications requiring higher bandwidth. IoT solutions will benefit from the implementation of 5G due to the arrangement of low-power WAN IoT network capacity.

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As a new generation of mobile communication technology, 5G NR technology's network structure, network capabilities, and requirements are very different from those in the past, and a large number of technologies are integrated into it.

5G NR technology adopts OFDM-based waveform and multiple access technology, because OFDM technology is widely used in today's 4G LTE and Wi-Fi systems, and it can be extended to large bandwidth applications, and has high spectrum efficiency and low data complexity. It can meet the 5G requirements well.

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LoRa vs NB-IoT, What is the difference between the two LPWAN technologies?

In LoRa technology, the protocol has certain uniqueness, which can make corresponding changes according to the customer's needs in time, and the cost of network deployment is relatively low.

NB-IoT is established based on cellular technology, and its service quality is relatively high and recognized by many operators.

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Today, we talk about the comparison of 433 MHz and 2.4 GHz wireless communication, the 433 MHz vs 2.4 GHz wireless communication technology.

Both 433MHz and 2.4 GHz wireless technologies belong to short-range wireless communication technologies, and both use ISM license-free frequency bands, but they have their own characteristics.

Since the general 433MHz and 915MHz products use low-frequency narrowband communication technology, their working frequency range is very narrow 5-25 kHz, and the working frequency points of the two wireless transceivers must work within this very narrow frequency range.

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Technology trends in artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) have begun to converge, a trend the industry has named the Artificial Intelligence Internet of Things (AIoT).

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What are the advantages of RFID sensor tags in the logistics industry?

RFID sensor tags can transmit information to RF readers within a certain distance so that warehouses and workshops no longer need to use handheld barcode readers to scan barcodes of components and work-in-progress one by one, which to a certain extent reduces the occurrence of omissions and significantly improves the efficiency of staff.

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Two technologies for automatic number plate recognition, RFID vs ANPR technology.

The following compares two main automatic number-plate recognition technologies, RFID vs ANPR in six aspects: resource allocation, detection rate, data accuracy, environmental tolerance, multi-channel processing, and security.

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What is Wifi 5? What is Wifi 6? What is the difference between wifi 5 and wifi 6? Why do I upgrade to a WiFi 6 router?

WiFi 5 is the original 802.11ac wireless protocol, WiFi 6 is the latest 802.11ax wireless protocol.

In 2019, the WiFi Alliance officially named the WiFi 6 wireless protocol with the 802.11ax protocol. Also, push forward the in-force wireless protocol, that is, WiFi 5 (802.11ac), WiFi 4 (802.11n)...

WiFi 5 and WiFi 6 carry the highest number of streams, thus allowing for gigabit WiFi speeds. WiFi 6 increases the number of streams to a new high of 12 across the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, whereas WiFi 5 has a limit of 8 in a dual-band configuration.

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After the read, you will learn the characteristics of the 6 wireless protocols IEEE protocols: LoRa, NB-IoT, ZigBee, Wi-Fi, BLE, WiMax.

The other category of LPWAN wireless protocols is 2G/3G/4G cellular communication technologies that work in licensed spectrum and is supported by 3GPP, such as EC-GSM, LTE Cat-m, NB-IoT, etc.

The Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) is an important branch of the Internet of Everything.

Built on cellular networks, NB-IoT consumes only about 180 kHz of bandwidth and can be deployed directly on GSM, UMTS, or LTE networks to reduce deployment costs and enable smooth upgrades.

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LoRa vs NB-IoT, What is the difference between the two LPWAN technologies?

NB-IoT is established based on cellular technology, and its service quality is relatively high and recognized by many operators.

Due to the designation of international standards, in addition to the implementation of regulatory policies, operators have vigorously promoted Narrowband-IoT technology, which has been widely used in network deployment and has obvious advantages in public networks as well as carrier-grade phase networks.

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What are the differences and relationships between LTE-M and NB-IoT?

LTE-M, or LTE-Machine-to-Machine, is an LTE evolution-based IoT technology, called Low-Cost MTC in R12 and LTE enhanced MTC (eMTC) in R13, designed to meet the needs of IoT devices based on existing LTE carriers.

Built on cellular networks, NB-IoT consumes only about 180 kHz of bandwidth and can be deployed directly on GSM, UMTS, or LTE networks to reduce deployment costs and enable smooth upgrades.

In general terms, IoT technologies are divided into two broad categories: WLAN IoT (short-range) and cellular IoT (long-range).

WLAN IoT: represented by Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Z-wave.

Cellular IoT: represented by NB-IoT, eMTC, LoRa, Sigfox.

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What is fused location positioning (FLP) technology? What is the advantage of fused location positioning (FLP) technology compared to GPS positioning, and the base station positioning?

What is fused location positioning (FLP)?

The passage of mobile phones can be obtained from GPS, base station information, Wi-Fi information, and Bluetooth Beacon, acceleration sensor information, each positioning mode is advantageous.

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This article is an analysis of the value of IoT business applications for equipment manufacturers.

With the influx of IoT devices and process data, equipment manufacturers in the industrial sector find themselves at a crossroads of disrupting or being disrupted.

Widespread interconnectivity powered by IoT technologies opens up new avenues for previously unattainable value creation. For equipment manufacturers, this means they need to rethink their operating models or risk losing out on market opportunities as their digital businesses expand rapidly.

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What is the radio frequency of RFID transmission characteristics? What is the advantage of RFID technology?

In this process, China has gradually become the main production country of ultra-high frequency RFID label products, and under the strong support of the development of the Internet of Things, the IoT industry application and the whole ecology has been very rapid.

The antenna gain needs to distinguish between the radio frequency gain, the gain of the antenna is completely different from the transmission gain of radiofrequency.

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What is a Lora gateway and what does it do?

The LoRa & LoraWan antenna gateway antenna includes so many antenna types such as PCB Lora antenna, Fiberglass Lora antenna, Rubber duck Lora antenna, Magnetic mount Lora antenna, etc.

The LoRa & LoraWan antenna gateway antenna mainly operates in 433 MHz, 868 MHz, 915 MHz, etc.


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What are the common types of antennas? How to choose the right types of antennas for the devices?

The antenna by the installation position can be divided into two types of antennas, an external antenna type, an internal antenna type, installed inside the internal antenna, and installed outside the external antenna.

Internal antenna mainly refers to the antenna that a built-ina antenna can place inside the device. Built-in antenna mainly includes FPC antenna, PCB antenna, spring antenna, ceramic patch antenna, laser direct forming technology (LDS antenna), and metal sheet antenna.

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Introduction of 27 types wireless transmission frequencies for the image are commonly used.

Types of wireless transmission frequencies

  • GSM900 / 1800 MHz dual-band digital cellular mobile station approved wireless transmission frequencies:

TX: 885 ~ 915MHz / 1710 ~ 1785MHZRX: 930 ~ 960MHz / 1805 ~ 1880MHz


Approval frequency range: 336 ~ 344MHz2.4 ~ 2.4835GHz 5.725 ~ 5.850GHz

  • LMDS broadband wireless access communication equipment

Approve frequency range: 25.757 ~ 26.765GHz24.507 ~ 25.515GHz

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The IoT Terminal adds connectivity to existing infrastructure. The IoT terminal is an IoT device to

connect the sensing network layer and the transmission network layer to implement the

acquisition data and send data to the network layer.

This allows remote control and maintenance of existing systems. It is responsible for data

acquisition, initial processing, encryption, transmission, and other functions. Furthermore, it

enables new applications by adding local wireless communication with the user.

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After the read of the active antenna vs passive antenna, you will learn about what is an active

antenna, what is a passive antenna, and the differences between active antenna vs passive


Among the general antennas containing only metal and media, there is an active antenna if there

is an active device such as a crystal triode, a tunnel diode, a beam diode. It improves the

performance of electricity small antenna. Active devices in the active antenna can be directly

loaded into the antenna, or the antenna and amplifier can constitute an antenna system

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The article talks about the 6 Internet of Things (IoT) wireless technology comparisons, the

Bluetooth/WI-FI/ZigBee/NB-IoT/Lora/Sigfox wireless technology comparisons.

With the commercialization of 5G, the 'pipe' side of the equation has basically become very fluid,

with large bandwidth and low latency to meet the needs of various IoT application scenarios.

In the case of Bluetooth, 5GNR is better able to overcome the latency problem if there is an

interaction between various applications and the cloud

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LoRa network is one of the low-power WAN communication technologies and is a proprietary Semtech technology for ultra-long-range wireless transmission based on spread spectrum technology.

One of the key considerations when planning a dedicated wireless network may be the use of licensed or unlicensed channels. While some of the new LTE NB-IoT products can operate on unlicensed bands, most cellular devices operate on licensed spectrum.

WiFi and Bluetooth use unlicensed spectrum in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. Despite this, those frequencies are still so crowded that they pose serious reliability problems and the range of gateways is limited to a few meters.

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What is LoRaWAN and what is LoRaWAN advantage?

LoRa is generally used in IoT devices that require only simple control data and status data transmission such as simple switch-closing type actions, keeping IoT devices energy efficient, and low power consumption so that the status of the device can be easily known in unmanaged places.

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What is the difference between LoRa and LoraWAN?

LoRa and LoRaWAN are the two hottest wireless communication technologies in IoT, and it is hard for many people who are new to IoT to distinguish the difference between LoRa and LoraWAN.

LoRa operates in free frequency bands such as 169 MHz, 315 MHz, 433 MHz, 868 MHz, 915 MHz, etc. Compared with traditional FSK technology and short-range RF technology with insufficient security and stability, LoRa based on CSS modulation technology greatly increases the communication range while maintaining low power consumption.

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LTE-M vs NB-IoT technology, who is the mainstream LPWAN technology?

NB-IoT is also known as LTE Cat-NB, and other terms such as LTE Cat- NB1 and Cat N1 also apply to the NB-IoT specification released in 2016. Today, there are also Cat N2 or Cat NB2 devices using the later enhanced NB-IoT specifications, which are now moving towards commercialization. So, what are the results of LTE-M vs NB-IoT?

The currently available cellular LPWAN standards are NB-IoT and eMTC/LTE-M. NB-IoT is the least "powerful" in terms of speed, data transfer capability, support for real mobile use cases, etc.; but in other areas, NB-IoT is better.

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UWB technology is the best and most advanced positioning technology available today, and why?

This chapter explores the inner workings of UWB technology and provides an overview of the differences between UWB technology and narrowband positioning methods. In addition, the chapter explains how to select the best system architecture for different applications or use case scenarios.

Another system consideration is the UWB antenna. Different applications will require different antennas. For example, tags typically use small omnidirectional antennas. Anchor points, on the other hand, may want to use directional antennas, depending on the topology.

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Why is LoRa vs Wifi positioning technology?

There are various wireless technologies applied in industrial personnel location systems, which can form local area networks or wide area networks. Today we will mainly discuss the Lora vs Wifi positioning technology difference.

Before discussing the Lora vs WiFi positioning technology, we need to understand the positioning principle.

LoRa antennas are used in remote meter reading, security systems, access control systems, real-time positioning, and other fields.

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Antennas are a key part of the RF chip and are particularly important when choosing the best antenna for LoRa devices (such as LoRa nodes and LoRaWAN gateways) that transmit and receive data in the RF band.

It can be understood that there are different antenna types on the market, such as Lora spring antenna, Lora fiberglass antenna, Lora magnetic antenna, Lora rubber duck antenna, flexible PCB/PCB Lora antenna, etc. When choosing an antenna, it is not the form itself that is important, but the parameters of the antenna and the site environment.

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IoT geolocation is one of the most powerful and fast-growing IoT applications, and Market Insight Reports that the market for the "Internet of Things with geolocation" is expected to grow from $40 billion today to $74 billion by 2025.

This is because traditional GPS technology, which has enabled geolocation in the past, is costly, faces technical challenges to its successful deployment, and requires high power consumption to operate.

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