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lora_radio_coverage [2016/10/15 21:48]
samer [5. Lessons and Future Works]
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samer [5. Lessons and Future Works]
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   * We successfully covered large parts of the campus with a very small transmission device placed indoors. Can you imagine the same with WiFi/​Bluetooth/​Zigbee?​   * We successfully covered large parts of the campus with a very small transmission device placed indoors. Can you imagine the same with WiFi/​Bluetooth/​Zigbee?​
   * The mobile device is powered by a smartphone. We expect small LoRa end-devices to work on a battery for years. Can you imagine the same with GPRS, 3G, or 4G devices?   * The mobile device is powered by a smartphone. We expect small LoRa end-devices to work on a battery for years. Can you imagine the same with GPRS, 3G, or 4G devices?
-  * The test is performed with a spreading factor of 7, we would expect more robust communication (thus, larger coverage) ​with higher spreading factors. +  * The test is performed with a spreading factor of 7, we expect more robust communication (thus, larger coverage) ​when using higher spreading factors. 
-  * The indoor base station has omnidirectional antenna with 3dBi gain, we would expect larger coverage with directional rooftop antennas. ​+  * The indoor base station has an omnidirectional antenna with 3dBi gain, we expect larger coverage with directional rooftop antennas. ​
  
 The first academic LoRa network deployed by USJ will be an excellent trial field to get more insights on the performance of this very promising technology. The future tests will enable to study the properties of the radio channel in the 868 MHz bandwidth, with a special focus on the vineyard agricultural environment. ​   The first academic LoRa network deployed by USJ will be an excellent trial field to get more insights on the performance of this very promising technology. The future tests will enable to study the properties of the radio channel in the 868 MHz bandwidth, with a special focus on the vineyard agricultural environment. ​  
lora_radio_coverage.txt · Last modified: 2016/10/27 09:26 by samer