Building Global LoRaWAN IoT Networks

LoRaWAN is the open global standard for carrier-grade LPWAN connectivity, designed to connect low-cost, battery-operated sensors over long distances and offers unique benefits in terms of bi-directionality, security, mobility, and geolocation.

LoRaWAN service providers require expertise and the right software and equipment to stand up their networks. Every LoRaWAN system has 3 major components: the network server (which receives data packets from devices, duplicates/decodes them, and generates the packets to be returned), the network gateway (which uses an IP interface to route data packets from the devices to the server) and end-devices (sensors which use the LoRa technology for sending packets).

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