A Study of LoRa: Long Range & Low Power Networks for the Internet of Things
AbstractLoRa is a long-range, low-power, low-bitrate, wireless telecommunications system, promoted as an infrastructure solution for the Internet of Things: end-devices use LoRa across a single wireless hop to communicate to gateway(s), connected to the Internet and which act as transparent bridges and relay messages between these end-devices and a central network server. This paper provides an overview of LoRa and an in-depth analysis of its functional components. The physical and data link layer performance is evaluated by field tests and simulations. Based on the analysis and evaluations, some possible solutions for performance enhancements are proposed. View Full-Text
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Augustin, A.; Yi, J.; Clausen, T.; Townsley, W.M. A Study of LoRa: Long Range & Low Power Networks for the Internet of Things. Sensors 2016, 16, 1466.
Augustin A, Yi J, Clausen T, Townsley WM. A Study of LoRa: Long Range & Low Power Networks for the Internet of Things. Sensors. 2016; 16(9):1466.Chicago/Turabian Style
Augustin, Aloÿs; Yi, Jiazi; Clausen, Thomas; Townsley, William M. 2016. "A Study of LoRa: Long Range & Low Power Networks for the Internet of Things." Sensors 16, no. 9: 1466.
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