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Murata’s ultra-small SAW devices address the needs of 5G

Murata’s ultra-small SAW devices address the needs of 5G
Murata has announced new surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices for RF filtering and duplexer duties. The devices address the ongoing and ever increasing need to reduce the size of components in mobile phones, especially with the coming of 5G. Murata’s SAYAV/SAYAR series for duplexing come in the 1612 size, and the SAFFW series in 0907 size for Rx filtering.
23rd September 2019

Optimised antenna beamforming for next-gen wireless networks

Optimised antenna beamforming for next-gen wireless networks
  Murata has released a high gain antenna module that facilitates communication up to 4.62Gbps. The new millimetre-wave RF antenna module will contribute to the creation of next-gen wireless networks that utilise the 60GHz frequency by supporting the IEEE802.11ad millimetre-wave wireless LAN standard.
22nd March 2019

Mix-and-match wireless connectivity for developers

Mix-and-match wireless connectivity for developers
It has been announced that Murata is collaborating with Cypress Semiconductor and NXP Semiconductors to provide IoT developers with mix-and-match wireless connectivity and processing solutions that shorten the time-to-market cycle. The combined products pair Murata’s industry-leading wireless modules, based on Cypress’ robust WiFi and Bluetooth combos, with a broad range of best-in-class processors from the NXP i.MX series.
6th March 2019


End-to-end European-compliant IoT solutions

End-to-end European-compliant IoT solutions
With the ongoing rise in demand for secure end-to-end IoT solutions designed for the European market and compliant with European regulations, Murata and eSoftThings have announced a collaboration with the intention to deliver high-quality hardware and platform solutions.
6th March 2019

Remote SIM provisioning in cellular modules for IoT devices

Remote SIM provisioning in cellular modules for IoT devices
  A collaboration between Murata and Truphone has been announced, which will see the companies combining their technologies and services in order to take a lead in the eSIM revolution for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) devices.
26th February 2019

Highly integrated gateway module speeds LoRa deployments

Highly integrated gateway module speeds LoRa deployments
  The release of the LBAA0ZZ1QM (US) & LBAA0ZZ1TY (EU) LoRa Pico Gateway 14-pin metal-shielded module has been announced by Murata. Supporting eight channels and available in two variants for use in either EU or US ISM bands, this ultra compact module measures just 55.0x21.0x3.4mm. 
24th October 2018

Fixture-integrated sensor with Bluetooth mesh connectivity

Fixture-integrated sensor with Bluetooth mesh connectivity
Murata has announced a partnership with Silvair, a pioneer in Bluetooth-based lighting control technologies for commercial applications. Murata has selected Silvair’s Bluetooth mesh stack and commissioning platform for its fixture-integrated sensor which is one of the first commercially available products with Bluetooth mesh connectivity for professional lighting.
12th March 2018

Module provides BLE connectivity between tablets and cloud services

Module provides BLE connectivity between tablets and cloud services
  A Nordic-based BLE module has been released by Murata. The latest MBN52832 device consists of Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52832 IC, a 32MHz crystal for timing, and an on-board antenna. Additionally, it contains pins for an off-board omni-directional antenna and a NFC antenna. The module provides a Serial Port Interface (SPI) and UART interface to Nordic’s nRF52832 ARM Cortex M4 processor.
28th November 2017

Striking the right balance for wearables success

Striking the right balance for wearables success
Wout Mattaar, Business Development Manager - Healthcare & Medical, Murata Electronics Europe, explains how to get the best out of this dynamic sector. The market for wearable technology is finally taking off. A combination of steadily improving semiconductor price/performance ratios, changing social trends and the emergence of an ecosystem of smartphones, apps and cloud-based services have made wearable technologies much more useful, affordable and accessible.
4th October 2017

RAIN RFID tag works perfectly on metal surfaces

RAIN RFID tag works perfectly on metal surfaces
As part of its RFID range of products, Murata has announced the LXFLANMXMG-003, a RAIN RFID tag designed for use on metal components and surfaces. Previously, placing such tags on to metal has been challenging because metal surfaces reflect the signal emitted from the reader and interfere with communication between the tag and reader. To overcome this, Murata has patented various technologies that allow RFID tags to work in conjunction with metal objects.
11th September 2017

LoRaWAN module with 'Best of Both Worlds' capability

LoRaWAN module with 'Best of Both Worlds' capability
The results of Murata's collaboration with both STMicro and SigFox to port the SigFox stack to co-exist alongside the LoRa stack on Murata’s small form factor Type ABZ LoRaWAN module has been announced. With this feature Murata has extended the module’s capability for providing both LoRa and SigFox capabilities worldwide from a single hardware platform. This approach allows customers to decide which network technology serves the application best depending on location, service requirements and cost.
25th July 2017

RF sub-modules keep mobile devices small as WiFi speed increases

RF sub-modules keep mobile devices small as WiFi speed increases
  Murata has begun mass production of its LMFE3NFB-Jxx series RF sub-modules for WiFi applications. Using proprietary technology, the sub-modules feature a smaller front-end circuit in order to incorporate the WiFi function. 
26th April 2017

Space-saving supercapacitor has world's lowest profile

Space-saving supercapacitor has world's lowest profile
Murata has introduced the DMH series which it claims to be the world's lowest profile supercapacitor. The product is designed for peak power assist duties in wearable applications and various other devices. Murata’s DMHA14R5V353M4ATA0 supercapacitor has a low profile design and at 0.4mm thick it is suitable for use in the thinnest devices. Its footprint is 20x20mm. 
18th January 2017

Ultra-compact crystal unit preserves ESR characteristics

Ultra-compact crystal unit preserves ESR characteristics
Murata has introduced the world's smallest high precision crystal unit for use in mobile equipment and modules that use wireless technology such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, the XRCED series. The boom in equipment using wireless communications such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth has driven the need for smaller components for use in such equipment including smartphones, wearables, and hearing aids.
10th January 2017

2.4GHz wireless communication module is ISA100 compliant

2.4GHz wireless communication module is ISA100 compliant
  Murata has announced that its 2.4GHz-band wireless communication module, the LBBA0ZZ1EU, has been certified to be ISA100 Wireless compliant.
22nd July 2016

Energy device offers high-rate discharge characteristics

Energy device offers high-rate discharge characteristics
Murata has announced a low-profile high capacity energy device designed to meet the demand for a slim high capacity energy source with a maintenance-free extended life cycle in wireless sensor nodes and wearables. The UMAL has charge/discharge and life-cycle characteristics superior to conventional secondary batteries.
19th July 2016

Compact LPWAN wireless module supports LoRaWAN

Compact LPWAN wireless module supports LoRaWAN
Murata has announced a compact low cost LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) wireless module that supports the LoRaWAN long range wireless protocol. This standalone compact module measures just 12.5x11.6x1.76mm, is constructed in a metal shielded package and comprises a Semtech SX1276 ultra long range spread spectrum wireless transceiver and an ST STM32L0 series ARM Cortex M0+ 32 bit MCU.
15th July 2016

SimpleLink WiFi modules simplify IoT connectivity

SimpleLink WiFi modules simplify IoT connectivity
Based around the TI CC3200 and CC3100 SimpleLink chipsets, two 2.4GHz IEEE802.11 b/g/n compliant wireless modules have been announced by Murata. The Type 1JP and Type1JQ modules, measuring 13.2x21.45x2.65mm, significantly ease incorporating wireless internet connectivity to a host of embedded applications and especially IoT designs.
2nd June 2016

High power wireless modules for applications demanding low latency

High power wireless modules for applications demanding low latency
Murata has announced the availability of a new class of Wireless modules. The DNT Series offers high performance and low price-point for applications demanding wide range and low latency. The DNT 2.4GHz series: DNT24 and DNT2400 incorporate frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) to deliver better immunity to interference, which is critical in the more crowded bands such as 2.4 GHz WiFi.
26th November 2015

Earn while you walk

Earn while you walk
Electronics manufacturer Murata is working on a new project to offer an incentive for people to keep in shape and take advantage of the plethora of fitness trackers that are now available. Consumers can now earn ‘Bitwalking’ dollars where a phone application counts the number of steps an individual takes and converts it (around 10,000 steps = 1BW$), for the user to spend as they wish with retailers, sportswear brands etc. 
24th November 2015


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