Communication between end-devices and gateways is spread out on different frequency channels and data rates. The selection
of the data rate is a trade-off between communication range and message duration.
Due to the spread spectrum technology,communications with different data rates do not interfere with each other and create
a set of “virtual” channels increasing the capacity of the gateway.
To maximize both battery life of the end-devices and overall network capacity, the LoRaWAN network server is managing the
data rate and RF output for each end-device individually by means of an adaptive data rate (ADR) scheme.
National wide networks targeting Internet of Things such as critical infrastructure, confidential personal data or critical functions
for the society has a special need for secure communication. This has been solved by several layer of encryption.
Protocol: LoRaWAN 1.0, Class A
- LoRaWAN 868/433 modules: 868 MHz and 433 MHz ISM bands
- LoRaWAN 900 module: 900-930 MHz ISM band
- LoRaWAN 868/433 modules: up to 14 dBm
- LoRaWAN 900 module: up to 18.5 dBm
down to -136 dBm
>15 km at suburban and >5 km at urban area. Typically, each base station covers some km. Check the LoRaWAN Network in your area.
Radio data rate:
- LoRaWAN 868/433 modules: 38.9 mA
- LoRaWAN 900 module: 124.4 mA
- LoRaWAN 868/433 modules: from 250 to 5470 bps
- LoRaWAN 900 module: from 250 to 12500 bps
purchase your own base station or use networks from LoRaWAN operators