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Questions tagged [lpwan]

For questions about low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs) and any protocol that uses this network design. Consider also using a more specific tag for the specific protocol (e.g. [sigfox] or [weightless]).

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LPWAN technology for remote environmental monitoring

What would be the most appropriate LPWAN technologies for environmental monitoring in a remote area, given the following: The monitoring system would be made up of 3 to 10 nodes located within a ...
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LPWAN technologies and Dash7

I need to transfer messages from node to gateway that would be at most 2km apart. I am currently working with 40 nodes that wake up every 1 minute. So I would like to have battery life of at least 3-...
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Why there is no LPWAN technology in HF or VHF band?

This is a question which I have been wondering ever since I started exploring LPWAN technologies. All the LPWAN technologies I have found (like SigFox, LoRa, Ingenu etc.) work in UHF band (300 - 3,...
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What do ACK, SB, SF, LG, RES mean in Sigfox network?

I found these abbreviations in an official documentation and I don't know what they are stand for. Can you explain it to me please? I know that it is basic question.
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What are the the NB-IoT, LTE Cat-M1 and EC-GSM-IoT standards created by 3GPP? [closed]

I read an LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) article recently that referenced the recent completion of the NB-IoT, LTE Cat-M1 and EC-GSM-IoT standards by 3GPP. It seems that this agency specifies the ...
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Intercepting web traffic going over cellular network

If you can plug a device into the wall, or use it in Wi-Fi, it's easy to see the traffic with software like WireShark. But it seems more tricky to do it with a device that uses LTE/3G or other ...