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Wireless & IoT

Corintech are leading specialists in the design and manufacture of Wireless & IoT products for a variety of different industries and applications. See our range of FilesThruTheAirâ„¢ products for examples of our work.

When incorporating wireless technology into a product, our expert design engineers can help you explore all possible opportunities and advise you on the option that will best suit your project's requirements.

Some of the most common wireless technologies that we can integrate into your product design include:

Wi-Fi
  • Ideal for data-intensive applications due to fast data transfer.
  • 70m indoor signal range for most standard Wi-Fi routers.
Bluetooth
  • Ideal for short-range connectivity.
  • Low power consumption options available (BLE).
NFC
  • Ideal for short-range connectivity.
Cellular Networks
  • Generally ideal for applications which require a wide area of coverage.
  • Different cellular networks have different potential for bandwidth.
  • GSM, NB-IoT, LTE and Cat-M1 are common examples of cellular networks that we can incorporate into your product.
LPWAN
  • (Low Power, Wide Area Network) Ideal for large-scale projects such as smart cities or smart farming.
Mesh Networks
  • Ideal for interconnected devices such as smart homes.
  • Generally low power consumption.
  • Varying capacity for data bandwidth. Common examples include Zigbee and Z-Wave.

Selecting the right wireless technology for your product is pivotal to achieve desired product functionality, avoid obsolescence risks and access potential cost savings. For a full analysis of the most suitable wireless solution for your product and how we can help integrate this, we can conduct a feasibility study.

Contact our customer support team for more information.

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