LPWAN: Defining The Future Of DATA
Several Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) solutions have gained prominence in enterprises today. Internet of Things has changed the nature of connected devices. Solutions with low-power wireless technologies are suitable to send small amounts of data over an extended period of time while extending the battery life of end devices for 10-20 years. There are many wireless low-power options, the basics of each technology. Also, the key operating attributes, such as frequency band(s), network topology support, throughput, range, and coexistence are different for each technology.
Many communications technologies such as Bluetooth, WiFi, ZigBee, and 2G/3G/4G are well known. There are also a number of new emerging networking options, such as Thread as an alternative for home automation applications, and Whitespace TV technologies for wider IoT-based usage in major cities.
Depending on the application, the choice of one or some form of a combination of technologies will be determined by factors such as range, data requirements, security and power requirements, and battery life.
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In the smart buildings and home project, wireless networks play a key role in the connected building. With government regulation driving the need for connected utilities, intelligent lighting and environmental management systems improve energy efficiency in homes and offices.
With new ways of monitoring crops, water use, environmental conditions and other aspects designed to ensure uniformity and good yields on farms and vineyards, technology is increasingly entering the agricultural area. Technology also plays an important role in the construction and management of smart cities.
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Connected mobile technology allows users to find the right solution for their companies. CMX uses open architectural principles, intent-driven workflows, and contextual relevance to deliver network expansion solutions.
Many popular wireless low-power technologies are available today. Although each is designed for battery operation and relatively modest data transmission, they have a different range, performance, robustness, and coexistence capabilities. These variations in performance suit different applications, although there is a possibility of overlap in their features.
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