The LIBRARY basement part 9


Observations (details started to emerge last year with a basic Sony run operator service in pilot deployment in Tokyo since last Sept) -

YAPLPWAN (Yet another proprietary LPWAN offering! :slight_smile: )
@~80bps and with focus on bubble-up (uplink centric) apps more a competitor to Sigfox than LoRa/LoRaWAN?
Offered in a (16mm x 16mmx2mm 65pad LGA) SIP/Module c/w GPS/GNSS receiver and MCU
Based on a BPSK RF modulation variant but also with a sub-modulation based on a linear chirp
Signal resiliance based on similar mechanisms to Sigfox and BlueTooth with the same data being repeated (decreased battery life/increase uJ/message?) with 4x repeat (BT & Sigfox use 3x repeat IIR) (~1.6s for 128bit payload?)
Initially targeting Japan market and freq bands - local approvals in place and also now an ETSI substandard? (TS 103 357 “Lfour Family.”)
-142db Rx sensitivity with 20dBm Tx available, LDPC Error correction built in
Carrier Sense for LBT tx?


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Whose next to challenge? Apparently as only passed by small margin there is scope for legal challenge going forward…! :wink:

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From the BBC piece:
“One technical hitch delayed Rory’s broadcast. The test transmission had ploughed through the data allowance on the Sim card, so it needed a top-up before Rory could go live on BBC Breakfast.” :rofl:

Rumours have been around for a while…

3D Print Body Case 4 RPI 3 + Dragino LoRa HAT with Screen by @b_calabasov

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Why is Paris creating its own data center ?