Nowi teams for world’s smallest energy harvesting NB-IoT module

Nowi teams for world’s smallest energy harvesting NB-IoT module

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By Nick Flaherty

Dutch power chip designer Nowi has teamed up with Murata and Deutsche Telekom to develop the world’s smallest energy harvesting NB-IoT module.

The Autonomous NB-IoT Development Solution (ANDS) is the smallest on the market, combining three main components in order to fit into the most space-constrained applications. The module brings together a Murata module for low-power wireless transmission with Deutsche Telekom’s integrated nuSIM to provide network connectivity and Nowi’s 3x3mm power management IC (PMIC) to power the solution with ambient light energy.

Murata’s 1YS module is already one of the smallest modules currently available for the narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) cellular technology. Deutsche Telekom’s nuSIM is directly integrated into the Murata module to save board space create a digital SIM process.

The ANDS aims to encourage more widespread IoT proliferation by assisting customers to complete their development projects quicker – with the wireless communication, power management and SIM aspects already covered.

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