Designing Ultra Low Power celular IoT Solutions

Written by Glyn High Tech

February 17, 2021

Join us on March 3 at 12:00PM AEDT as we discuss ways to design and engineer the perfect cellular IoT (cIoT) solution that meets today’s demanding low power requirements.

This webinar is a collaborative effort between Glyn High Tech, Nordic Semiconductors, Entech Electronics and Tekt Industries — all of whom bring together decades of experience in cellular systems design and manufacture.

Each speaker will go through different aspects of the product development process and highlight key considerations each engineer, product designer, and product manager needs to consider when entering into this competitive new market or improving an existing product with low power cIoT capabilities.

Interested in truly optimising a CAT-M1 or NB-IoT design for low power or simply wish to deepen your understanding around cellular product development? Join the event and get on board with the latest technology.


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