LoRa Technology – DNA of IoT
Although many techniques exist to transfer data from the widely distributed sensors that make up the Internet of Things IoT e.g., using 3G 4G networks or cables , these methods are associated with prohibitively high costs, making them impractical for real life applications. LoRa Long Range modulation together with LoRaWAN LoRa Wide Area Networks communication protocol can represent a suitable candidate ensuring a high level of performance in wireless technologies. The objective is to contribute toward the realization of LoRa as a viable communication technology for applications that needs long range links and deployed in a distributed manner. The LoRaWAN networks are the evolution of wireless sensor networks directed to the IoT concept, which entails sensor connectivity to the Internet. LoRa technology is summarized by reviewing some aspects regarding the architecture, security and application of the technology.
BY Ms. Helina Tandel | Ms. Anjali Gharat | Mr. Ketan Bagade “LoRa Technology – DNA of IoT”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-4 | Issue-1 , December 2019,
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