July 16, 2015 — Linx Technologies, a Merlin, OR based developer and manufacturer of Internet of Things (IoT) Products and Solutions, is pleased to introduce its new pre-certified, low cost RF data modules. The HumPRO™ Series transceiver is built on the popular  Hummingbird platform, and is a frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) transceiver designed for the reliable transfer of digital data.

Available today in 900MHz, the HumPRO™ 900MHz version outputs up to 10dBm. This results in a line-of-sight range of up to 1600m (1.0 mile).

Pre-Certified, Low Cost RF Data Modules

The HumPRO™ Series module is a completely integrated RF transceiver and processor designed to transmit digital data across a wireless link. It employs a fast-locking FHSS system for noise immunity and higher transmitter output power as allowed by government regulations.

With modular

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June 29, 2015 — At below $10 in volume, the Hummingbird platform is the lowest cost complete wideband transceiver with microcontroller module on the market today. The HumDT™ Series transceiver is built on this platform and is designed for data transfer. Linx is pleased to announce the addition of the HumDT™ multi-channel low cost RF modules in 868 MHz. Having a common footprint with the 900 MHz frequency agile model, designers can now serve the North American and European markets with common footprint modules, saving design time and material costs.

Low Cost RF Modules in a Small Package

Like its namesake, the low cost Hummingbird modules are tiny. At 11.5mm by 14.0mm, the HumDT™ uses advanced system on chip (SoC) technology to minimize the footprint and the number of components. It is designed

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June 22, 2015 — 2.4 GHz is a major part of our lives. We see it everywhere: in our homes, offices, schools, vehicles, and we see it globally. In response to this, Linx Technologies announces the addition of 2.4 GHz to its already popular permanent-mount PML Series half-wave dipole antennas. This new design adds yet more options for antenna design in the 2.4 GHz ISM band.

With multiple standards operating at 2.4 GHz, such as Bluetooth, Thread, Wi-Fi, ZigBee and others, the vast growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is driving the added need for more options to antenna design. Where permanent mount design is needed, the PML Series half-wave whip antenna has outstanding performance in a rugged and cost-effective package. Featuring a flexible shaft that protects the antenna from shock and harsh weather conditions, the antenna is

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June 12, 2015 — Linx Technologies, developers and manufacturers of wireless products that are easy for engineers of all skill levels to use, has appointed FLA. Technology Sales, Inc. as its manufacturers’ representative in Florida and Puerto Rico. Their attention to detail and focus on helping the customer get to product launch makes them stand out from other firms in Florida. Equally important, their knowledge of sensors combined with RF technology makes FLA. Technology Sales, Inc. an excellent partner for Linx Technologies as it expands within the Internet of Things (IoT) marketplace.

Florida is a very diverse market for Linx Technologies, and we are very excited to be able to add FLA. Technology Sales, Inc. to our team of representatives to better serve this important area. With myriad technology companies around Florida and Puerto Rico, we will

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June 2, 2015 — Linx Technologies, a Merlin, OR based developer and manufacturer of Internet of Things (IoT) Products and Solutions, is pleased to introduce its new DS Series Keyfob transmitters. The DS Series basic remote control with cut-trace addressing is ideal for general-purpose remote control and command applications that require a small form factor transmitter. These remotes are best used with our DS Series Encoder/Decoder, which uses simple DIP switch addressing.

Simple Protocol with Fast Response

The keyfob uses a serial protocol that offers more range, noise immunity and a faster response time than older generation products while still keeping the simple cut-trace addressing. The serial protocol used by the DS Series encoder is far superior to older pulse method protocols, so that the DS offers longer range and better performance within that range than

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