MQTT stands for Message Queuing Telemetry Transport and is a machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity protocol for the Internet of Things.
You know (or you will know after reading this) that there are not 1 or 2 technologies and protocols in the Internet of Things. They all have their strengths and weaknesses and today we will discuss that for the main players in the game.
There is a Built-in LoRa Network Server in the Commercial Gateway line of device. It is perfect for both testing use case scenarios and integration with existing deployments of Nodes and Gateways. We are going to explain its key features and how to configure those.
The LoRaWAN coverage test is essentially a user based range test, and it provides adequate information on the quality and range of LoRaWAN within a specified area.
Strikingly, the ability to access and manage treatment systems in water management is more critical than before in. The catch is, through the use of various wireless technologies, the implementation couldn't be better appreciated.
A great way to extend the life of IoT devices is with LoRa. In essence, LoRa resonates with how the business case for any IoT device is cool if it comes at low cost, and can effortlessly connect to the cloud from a distance.
The popularity of IoT is definitely boosted by the availability of Low Powered Wide Area Networks such as LoRaWAN, they allow for the transmission of information between “Things” at low cost, making IoT a sustainable goal.
We expect your minds to be loaded with a lot of questions. That is why we have come up with answers to the top questions people continuously ask about LoRaWAN and LoRa
LoRa and LoRaWAN are basically two growing technology trends. Although both words are different, people mix them up a lot. Knowledge of both trends will open you to a multitude of opportunities and resources. You can learn more about them here.