Choosing the right wireless technology is critical, and TI is here to help. We have more than 20 years of experience in sub-1 GHz protocols. We offer a portfolio of affordable, quality and low-power wireless microcontrollers, certified modules and transceivers along with complete software offerings to fit any RF design.


Texas Instruments offers a mioty evaluation kit utilizing the CC1352R chip, a best-in-class device for low-power RF. The built-in sensor controller, an ultra-low power 16-bit CPU, allows an even lower power consumption by performing simple background tasks autonomously and independently of the system CPU and MCU power states. The kit consists of a hardware bundle and a software demo image for 868 MHz. The hardware bundle is three LPSTK-CC1352Rs and one LAUNCHXL-CC1352R and includes multiple sensors such as temperature, humidity, accelerometer, etc. Texas Instruments has a quick start guide to get you up and running, and our E2E forum with FAQs to help answer any questions that might come up!

Technical Key Facts

  • mioty uplink at 868 MHz

  • API interface for integration of the MIOTY stack into own application

  • ultra-low power in standby

  • supports large networks up to ~30,000 nodes


  • 3x LPSTK-CC1352R + LAUNCHXL-CC1352R1 hardware bundle

  • Quick Start Guide

  • sensor application image for MIOTY stack with uplink support

This mioty product is available

How can you acquire this mioty product?

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Jeanna Norin