Carrier-Grade Gateway Design Considerations for Operators

Where

Workshops Area 1

When

01/30/2020 12:00pm

This workshop will educate participants on the importance of selecting gateways for their LoRaWAN network that are built for “Carrier- Grade” performance and design considerations. Elements being discussed include the differences between a Carrier-Grade and non-Carrier Grade product, MTBF standards, interference mitigation, cost optimization, environmental considerations and regulatory and safety requirements.

What will I take away from this workshop?

Participants will leave this workshop with a better understanding of the design considerations that must be evaluated when selecting a gateway for their LoRaWAN network.

How can I prepare for this workshop?

Basic understanding of LoRaWAN networks and gateways would be beneficial.

About the hosts:

Roman Nemish
Co-Founder and President – TEKTELIC

TEKTELIC Communications
TEKTELIC Communications Inc is a premier supplier of best-in-class IoT Gateways, Sensors, and Custom Applications. These elements can be combined in a network to provide a powerful end-to-end solution that can be easily, quickly and cost-effectively deployed to address the most demanding IoT user requirements. With a growing portfolio of products, TEKTELIC has solutions utilizing various IoT technologies including LoRaWAN® and NB-IoT. These solutions can be deployed in numerous global frequency bands, addressing a wide variety of vertical applications from enterprise and commercial deployments to the service provider and industrial solutions. Industries of focus for TEKTELIC’s end-to-end IoT solutions include Smart Cities and Buildings, Smart Agriculture, Smart Industry and Tracking.

TEKTELIC provides an advantage to its clients by offering a single source supply for custom IoT product development, providing support from the concept to production phases of the product and application lifecycle. In addition to IoT, TEKTELIC is also a leader in the custom design and development of carrier-grade 3G, 4G and LTE Cellular Radios and Basestations, Small Cells and eNodeB’s which are deployed worldwide through partnerships with Tier 1 Service Providers