Welcome to the Low Power Radio Association
The Low Power Radio Association (LPRA) exists to represent the interests of the Short Range Devices (SRD) industry. Short Range Devices are used in a wide range of professional and consumer applications as diverse as remote controls for home automation and car key fobs, wireless smoke alarms, RFID tags, medical telemetry and remote environmental monitoring/control systems. The LPRA is managed by an annually elected council and administered by a professional secretariat.
A powerful voice for the Short Range Devices Industry
The Low Power Radio Association represents the interests of the very many users and employees engaged in the Low Power Radio Industry, which collectively turns over in excess of 10 billion Euro worldwide! Its views are regularly sought by politicians, governments and regulators including FCC, ECC, TRA, EC and standards organisations such as ETSI.
Membership is open to all sizes of business ranging from consultants through to multinationals from across the world. So why not join today and find out what the LPRA can do for you.
LPRA members can have an active involvement in the initiation and drafting of new standards for Short Range Devices. Alternatively members may decide to maintain a watching brief on developments to gain a commercial advantage when formulating their product strategy.
The LPRA is a full member of ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) and represents the radio community in the generation of wireless standards that are vital to the future development of the industry. The LPRA regularly represents its members' interests at regulatory meetings including TCAM, CEPT and public interest meetings coordinated by the European Commission and national regulators on wireless matters.
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10 Commandments for the Low Power Radio Industry
The Low Power Radio Association has compiled a poster with the '10 Commandments for the Low Power Radio Industry'.
Download your low-resolution copy here.
High-resolution versions and printed copies are available upon request. Please contact the secretariat if you are interested.