Linx Technologies, Inc.

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P.O. Box 390, 159 Ort Lane
Merlin, OR 97532-0390
About Linx Technologies, Inc.
  • As a highly customizable end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) solution, Smartlinx® takes care of everything a design engineer needs to connect their product to the Internet and unlock a myriad of capabilities, conveniences and value-added services. Smartlinx® is the Internet of Things Made Simple.
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Products by Linx Technologies, Inc.
  • LC Series Transmitter

    Low Cost RF Transmitter Modules The LC Series is ideally suited for volume use in OEM applications such as remote control, security, identification, and periodic data transfer. Housed in a compact, reflow-compatible surface-mount package, the LC Series modules utilize a highly-optimized SAW... Read more
  • MT Series Transcoder

    MT Series transcoders are designed for bi-directional remote control applications. Eight status lines can be set up in any combination of inputs and outputs for the transfer of button or contact states. An automatic confirmation indicates that the transmission was successfully received. The... Read more
  • Cipherlinx Technology

    CipherLinx® creates packets of data that consist of an intelligent preamble and address sent in the clear followed by a 40-bit counter, 8 data bits, and 80 integrity bits, for a total of 128 bits that are encrypted. The enciphering function is based on the NSA-designed cipher Skipjack.... Read more