Antenna for satellite IoT applications

By on 2 December, 2021

Myriota has launched the Myriota Mouse, a plug-and-play external antenna that has been custom built for satellite IoT applications.

The device provides high performance on the Myriota Network, and is manufactured to meet ingress protection (IP-65) and accelerated weathering (ASTM-G154) standards.

Myriota says that with the Mouse, developers can easily integrate with the secure, energy efficient Myriota Module, and enable communication between on-ground assets and Myriota’s constellation of low-Earth orbit nanosatellites. The device was developed in consultation with a panel of 25 customers, who are manufacturing Myriota-enabled products to connect industries such as transport and logistics, utilities, environment and agriculture.

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