I’m so sorry but I’vr been using lora but still not sure how it exactly works, I hope people correct me but from what I understand this is how a packet you send ends up in your server.
So when I do .send('some data;) the liblary listens and waits for a send window (I think this is some networking algorithm ), then transmits, in case of two transmissions at the same time? I guess the sender waits for an ACK, and retransmits if not?
So then a receiver node picks it up and conveerts it into a mqtt packet, rest is history. But not sure how if two stations pick it up and converts it, does TTN main server listen to duplicates?
I’m lucky to live in the home of TTN Amsterdam but even inside the canal belt I couldn’t get signal (towards westerpark). What can we do to guarantee packets are received without chewing up public bandwidth?
Thanks in advance.