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A Closer Look at LoRaWAN and The Things Networkhttp://www.rs-online.com/designspark/electronics/eng/blog/a-closer-look-at-lorawan-and-the-things-network
In this post we first take a look at just how it is that LoRaWAN is able to cover far greater distances than traditional wireless systems, before exploring the network architecture, looking at some of the hardware options.
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SMART PARKING NODES LoRaWAN and SigfoxLoRa Security building a secure LoRa solution - white paper
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Gartner Identifies the Top 10 IOT Technologies for 2017/2018 should be on every organization's radar
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Bluetooth® 5 quadruples range New version of Bluetooth technology delivers “connectionless” IoT
"quadruples range, doubles speed, increases data broadcasting capacity by 800%". As ususal no reference point is mentioned, nor indicative ranges. I assume it still no competition to Wifi w.r.t. range.
oh it's you 'complaining'.. as usual
Bluetooth 5 is expected to deliver four times the range of Bluetooth 4.2, twice the speed, and eight times the data broadcasting capability. The IoT capabilities baked into BT 4.2 will be expanded as well; the Bluetooth SIG is claiming that the increased range, performance, and total broadcasting capability will allow IoT devices like smartwatches to move away from a paired app-device model and operate independently in their own right. - http://www.extremetech.com/electronics/230369-new-bluetooth-5-spec-will-double-speeds-and-quadruple-range
BoRRoZ thanks for all of the links.
I am not complaining to you, but about the organisations which deliver these uninformative announcements. Your link to Extremetech does indeed provide the kind of information that I would have expected from the Bluetooth Organisation. Thanks for that.I am aware that I do not have the technical background that you and others have, So at times I did indeed ask for additional clarification. I will no longer bother you and others.
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