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Should table not reflect a standard area of coverage (then reflects density?) - I believe standard TTN community model kicks off with 10km radius but have seen some set at 20, 25…40km…more? ! Region vs large city vs town…makes comparisons ‘variable’…but a great success none the less
I don’t want to make an argument out of this, just mentioned it as it is a funny one – the problem here is not really the fact it is regional, but the area shape limited to a circle: to be able to cover Wallonia with a circle you actually cover whole Belgium, parts of France, The Netherlands and Germany. The Walloon region has in reality probably less than 10 gateways…
circle is an issue for sure and also gives false impression of potential coverage - many sites are located on sides of hills or on valley edges and therefore have limited range ‘behind’ and perhaps ~ semicircle or large arc in front at best!
I’m looking at a large river valley deployment leading to a new community proposal where going up/down stream from center is maybe 20km each way but only 5-10km ‘wide’ for the proposed region/community - so an oval/elliptical option would be good…
I ‘spoke’ to @rish about alternate shapes earlier in the year and whilst a nice to have and a discussion for the future none circular options still look to be some way away…perhaps when new V3 out and back-end changes?
The overview is not reliable. The map shows 18 active and 4 inactive gateways for Friesland (province), not the listed 66.
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sigfox… but still a good read on howto calibrate the sensors
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