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Dave_PT:
I think that all the LoRa chips are from SEMTECH (and some chinese guys that figure out how to produce some clones - hopeRF).

Microchip, ST, Murata, etc..., have some Lora modules, but all of them are based on a SEMTECH IC.

Sigfox is paid and a little bit "obscure", on my point of vision.

Lord of nothing:
a 1:1 Clone or a functional Clone?

Dave_PT:
I have no experience with hope-RF, but it seems a king of functional clone of the SEMTECH IC's.

Just look through the hope-RF and SEMTECH datasheet. In addition to the initial pages, the document is the same.

I never understood the relationship between hope-RF and SEMTECH ...

ogden:

--- Quote from: Dave_PT on November 05, 2019, 12:59:12 pm ---I never understood the relationship between hope-RF and SEMTECH ...

--- End quote ---
Hope-RF: LoRa module manufacturer
Semtech: LoRa semiconductor manufacturer

Dave_PT:

--- Quote from: ogden on November 05, 2019, 05:59:11 pm ---Hope-RF: LoRa module manufacturer
Semtech: LoRa semiconductor manufacturer

--- End quote ---

Right  :-+

They have some RF chips for, but in this particular case of LoRa, they only make modules.
The IC markings are custom for hope-RF...

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