Gateways and nodes are not the only participants in the operations of the Internet of Things (IoT). For things to connect in IoT, users must understand the environmental data gathered from LPWAN nodes.
With the help of a renewable source of energy like sunlight, we can make IoT happen and connect everything in the world.
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.
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.
If you are looking to connect better with your home or your devices, then LoRaWAN is what you need. It does not require any additional wiring or building infrastructure, this is particularly useful if you are looking for something to communicate better with your smart home and devices.
With the IoT paradigm presenting itself as the future of
This article comes from RAK's customers, they used the WisNode-LoRa