STM32WL, Sub-GHz long-range wireless System-on-Chip Microcontroller Webinar

STM32WL, Sub-GHz long-range wireless System-on-Chip Microcontroller


Wednesday, November 25th 2020 | 11:00 am IST (UTC+05:30)


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During this one hour webinar, we will introduce STM32WL, long range SoC Microcontroller family details and recent device packages launched to suit mass market applcations. STM32WL is world's first LoRa enabled System-on-Chip which integrates both a general purpose Mocrocontroller and a Sub GHz Radio on same ship. 

Built on an Arm® Cortex®‐M4 core architecture, STM32WL microcontrollers also support multiple modulations– LoRa®, (G)FSK, (G)MSK, BPSK – to ensure flexibility in wireless applications with LoRaWAN® or any other suitable protocol in a fully open way. Thanks to a deep integration, the innovative and open architecture is optimized for LoRaWAN® legacy / proprietary protocols, flexible resource use, power management and helps lower BOM cost while offering a better user experience.

You will learn:

  • Key features of STM32WL family and LPWAN connectivity
  • Security and Safety features of the device
  • Wide available ecosystem to quick start your application


  • Overview of STM32WL Family
  • STM32WL Safety and Security features
  • Multimodulation RF Ecosystem support

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Vinay Thapliyal

(MCU Marketing Manager, Microcontroller Division, India)

Vinay is working with STMicroelectronics since 15 Years. He worked in various functions like Embedded Designs, Application and Technical Marketing having wide experience in Industrial, Automotive and Consumer segment. Currently working & supporting market on emerging technologies like LPWAN, IoT, AI at the edge.


Amit Kumar

(Sr. Application Engineer)

Amit Joined ST in 2006 and currently working as Sr. Application Engineer in Microcontroller Division, India. He has added a lot of hands-on experience by working on various applications in Embedded domains such as Smart Metering, RF, Motor Control, Automotive & Automation. His main fields of interest are Embedded Applications, Microcontrollers (STM32), Low Power RF.