STM32WL SoC empower third-party modules for long range data delivery transfer
Discover how to configure a long-range, data delivery proprietary protocol with the LoRa-enabled STM32WL SoC and how to use third-party modules to speed up your product development.
Tuesday, July 6th 2021 | 03:00 pm CEST
Follow this one-hour webinar for a practical overview of the STM32WL Sub-GHz multi-core, multi-protocol, and multi-modulation SoC, and learn how to quickly set up a simple, private sensor network on the LoRa physical layer based on the ST ecosystem and third-party modules.
Who should attend
- Engineers who are looking for long-range Sub-GHz Radio MCUs designed for real-time execution and low-power applications.
- Experts looking to speed up their RF design by leveraging ready-to-use modules.
In this session you will learn:
- About the STM32WL series value proposition
- What the dual-core architecture of the STM32WLx5 can bring to your design
- How to set up a long-range, point-to-point, bidirectional data transfer leveraging the LoRa physical layern
- About several third-party modules based on the STM32WL that can help you speed up your design
- Introduction to the STM32WL Series
- Ecosystem overview and update
- The benefits of using highly integrated modules
- Overview of third-party modules
- Live demo: long-range, point-to-point, bidirectional data transfer (set up & test)
After the webinar, there will be a 15-minute Q&A session where our experts will be available to answer any questions.
To participate in this free online event, simply register on my.st.com.
Paolo joined STMicroelectronics in 2020 as a member of the team supporting the development of STM32 and STM8. He previously worked as Principal Digital FAE & Wireless Connectivity Solution Expert for the EMEA region and as hardware and software engineer on wireless networks. He is an expert in digital and radio front-end layout, high-level radio protocols, Linux-based OS/MPU, bare metal- or OS-based MCU C programming. Paolo holds an engineering degree in Telecommunications from the Polytechnic of Milan with a specialization in Radio Communication PHY & Protocols.
Vit joined STMicroelectronics in 2011 and has more than 10 years’ experience with STM32 MCUs. A member of ST’s online technical support team for MCUs, he works as an MCU Application Engineer helping EMEA customers design wireless devices based on ultra-low-power STM32 MCUs. Vit is from the Czech Republic and works in ST’s office in Prague.