Opened thread to allow sharing of identified networks outside of TTN (remember LoRaWAN is a broadcast network solution with all GW’s seeing traffic from all nodes in range (not just TTN/TTI nodes with Dev Adr 26/27 xx xx xx) irrespective of Network Operator - Public or Private) - nodes join a network not GW’s a la WiFi and in hope community can help identify alien nodes or potential abusers.
Having recently made some improvements to a few of my GW deployments as expected I am seeing increased range and sensitivity…this is evidenced also by starting to capture traffic from nodes that were not seen before as prevously out of range or in coverage not spots.
I am interested to know which networks Nodes with Dev Adr 16 xx xx xx (actually 16 Bx xx xx) or Dev Adr A0 xx xx xx (Actually A0 1x xx xx) belong to as I see several of these coming in at between -117 & -121dBm RSSI & SNR in typical range -13 to -16 for the 16xx and a healthier -4 to -12 SNR for the A0xx nodes.
Does anyone recognise the host network for the nodes? A0 seems strange, and having tried to look at some old L-A NwkId lists I have I’m not convinced 16xx is really
0x2c/2d , China: Computer Network Information Center & Chinese of Sciences Guangzhou Sub-center (CNIC) here in UK! (even if node is e.g. an asset tracking device perhaps coming in through a local port or airport frequency would be wrong, right?!, though may explain use of SF12 )
Am watching the A0’s as close to breaking EU duty cycle but just legal and the 16xx is way over as below image