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Linx Technologies

An Internet of Things Products and Services Provider

At its core, Linx Technologies is an RF module company. We are world leaders in supplying radio modules to remote control applications and we have extremely competitive modules for data transfer. Our tag line is Wireless Made Simple™, meaning that we specialize in making the complex world of radio frequency easy for engineers of all skill levels to use.  They are designed for small size, high functionality, low power and low cost for volume manufacturing.  We support applications in most market verticals, including many that you would never consider.

We support our module line with one of the broadest lines of antennas in the industry and high-quality, low cost RF connectors. Linx rounds out its product portfolio with GPS/GNSS modules, a variety remote controls and keyfobs, battery holders, and custom cable assemblies.

With the addition of Smartlinx™, an Internet of Things (IoT) solution, Linx offers solutions from the wireless componentry and electronics to cloud services, data management and user interface solutions. With this customers can remotely connect and control, record, store, analyze, and visualize their information.  Linx’s flexible Smartlinx™ IoT platform offers custom web and smart device application tailored for the customers’ applications.

 Performance made affordable.

 




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Technical Articles

AN-00100 - RF 101: Information for the RF Challenged (RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components) This application note goes to great lengths to remove the mysteries of RF. The science of RF is unlike any other area of discipline in electronics. Proficient RF design requires sophisticated test... (View Full Article)
AN-00125 - Considerations for Operation Within the 260-470MHz Band (RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components) This application note is designed to give the reader a basic understanding of the legal and technical considerations for operation of RF devices in the 260MHz to 470 MHz band within the United States. (View Full Article)