Linxdot is Helium approved

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Greetings Linxdot community!

Here is the announcement you have all been waiting for… as of today, we have been officially approved as a hotspot manufacturer for the Helium network by the DeWi MOC (Manufacturing Oversight Committee). 


What does this mean? 

This means that the Linxdot hotspot has passed the Helium audits, the FCC and CE certifications have been verified and now we have the green light to onboard Linxdot onto the Helium Network. 

 

Next steps:

Over the next few days, we will complete our maker account and other steps for onboarding integration. Also, we are pushing full steam ahead with the procurement of the remaining components (some components we have already ordered) so that we can start manufacturing as soon as possible.

 

About our Linxdot Indoor Hotspot:

The Linxdot Indoor Hotspot will provide wireless network coverage for Internet of Things (IoT) devices through Helium Long-Fi. Helium Long-Fi is a technology architecture that combines LoRaWAN and the Helium Blockchain. 

 

Using as little as 10W of energy, Linxdot is extremely power efficient and can cover up to 10 miles radius (almost 200X further than WIFI coverage). All you need to do is set up the Linxdot Hotspot from your bedroom window, or the highest point within your home to start getting rewarded straight away.

 

Linxdot will be available to order in the next week or so, so those that have signed up to our waitlist keep your eyes peeled for further information on how to order!

Thank you for your support. We can’t wait for you to get your hands on one of our hotspots!

Team Linxdot 🙂 

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