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Silicon Labs has announced it is providing sub-GHz wireless connectivity technology to Robulink, a supplier of advanced metering infrastructure solutions to utility companies in China, Southeast Asia and Australia.

Robulink's RobuNet mesh network products, such as the RDDMRE4 meter communication unit and the RCJP242R wireless data collector, will integrate Silicon Labs' EZRadioPRO transceivers.

“Silicon Labs’ EZRadioPRO family simplifies the design, enhances the survivability and reduces the time to market for our RobuNet mesh network products,” says Elvis Li, president of Robulink. “EZRadioPRO transceivers provide very high performance in terms of RF link budget and adjacent channel rejection, which are critical for Robulink to implement frequency hopping and self-forming network technologies for AMI and wireless sensor network applications.”







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