What kind of LoraWAN backend gateway server and application server do you use?

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What kind of LoraWAN backend gateway server and application server do you use?

 

I do not think you will try those services with insane price tags counting you per byte.  surprise

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WOW you must have a lot of interesting and complicated projects.

John Samperi

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Friend,

Yes, my interest is about long range wireless connectivity.

 

How about you?

 

 

I begin to think that LoraWAN may be redundant as we can freely use the ISM frequency band without any license restriction.  We do not have to rely on a particular chip architect.

 

I also find that LoraWAN gateway service providers are insanely expensive, very difficult to connect.  sad

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HKPhysicist wrote:
What kind of LoraWAN backend gateway server and application server do you use?

 

Why?  So you can hack it?

 

https://community.atmel.com/comm...

 

Jim

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