Simplified development board to easily prototype end nodes based on LoRaWAN, Sigfox, W-MBus, mioty and many other proprietary protocols
A Nucleo-64 development board, the NUCLEO-WL55JC allows developers to try out new ideas and to quickly create prototypes based on the multi-protocol LPWAN STM32WL MCU.
The telecommunication service provider Orange has selected the board as key connectivity solution in their IoT Journey ecosystem.
Designers using the NUCLEO-WL55JC can also benefit from the Microsoft® Azure RTOS thanks to its associated software expansion package.
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- Dual core Arm® Cortex®-M4 & M0+ up to 48 MHz
- 256 Kbytes of Flash and 64 Kbytes of SRAM
- Ultra-low power Sub-GHz radio
- Multi-modulation LoRa, (G)SFSK, (G)MSK and BPSK
- Optimized RF power outputs
- LoRaWAN and Sigfox stack included for free
- Embedded STLINK-V3 high-speed debugger
- Arduino Uno V3 and ST morpho extension connectors
The STM32WL55JC microcontroller is a long-range wireless and ultra-low-power device that integrates both a general-purpose microcontroller and a sub-GHz radio on the same chip.
Built on Arm® Cortex®‐M4 and Cortex®-M0+ cores (single- and dual-core architectures available), the STM32WL55JC microcontroller supports multiple modulations, such as LoRa®, (G)FSK, (G)MSK, BPSK, to ensure flexibility in wireless applications with LoRaWAN®, Sigfox, W-MBUS, mioty® or any other suitable protocol in a fully open way.
The STM32CubeWL MCU Package is composed of the STM32Cube hardware abstraction layer (HAL) and the low-layer (LL) APIs, plus a consistent set of middleware components such as FatFS, STM32 Secure Engine, KMS, mbed Crypto and FreeRTOS™, plus LoRaWAN® and Sigfox™ stacks, and sub-GHz PHY connectivity services.
This white paper explains how LoRaWAN technology and architecture, together with a complementary IoT node design, can support effective condition-based maintenance remotely, and large-scale industrial IoT scenarios.
- Industrial application scenarios for LoRa
- Introducing LoRa and LoRaWAN
- Edge processing strategies for Condition-based Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance
- LoRa transmission characteristics
- Application server implementation for condition monitoring
- Typical application example