LoRa (short for long
range) is a spread spectrum modulation technique derived from chirp spread spectrum
(CSS) technology. LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency technology is a long range,
low power wireless platform that has become the de facto technology for Internet of
Things (IoT) networks worldwide.
LoRa devices and the open LoRaWAN® protocol enable smart IoT applications that solve some of the biggest challenges facing our planet: energy management, natural resource reduction, pollution control, infrastructure efficiency, disaster prevention, and more. LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol have amassed several hundred known uses cases for smart cities, smart homes and buildings, smart agriculture, smart metering, smart supply chain and logistics, and more. With over 158 million devices connected to networks in 92 countries and growing, LoRa devices are creating a Smarter Planet.
5km range in highly populated areas
and 15km in rural areas.
Low Power Consumption: 10-20 year life time.
Ideal for equipment with batteries.
- Minimal Infrastructure.
- Low cost end-node.
- Open source software.
scheduled or event driven.
Millions of messages per base station / gateway.
- Unique ID.
- End-to-end AES-128
Telkom LoRaWAN is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) protocol that supports low-cost, mobile, and secure bi-directional
communication for Internet of Things (IoT), machine-to-machine
(M2M), smart city, and industrial applications. The LoRaWAN
protocol is optimized for low power consumption and is
designed to support large networks with millions of devices.
Innovative LoRaWAN features include support for redundant operation, geolocation, low-cost, a long range (up to 15km) bi-directional communications with very low power consumption, allowing operation for up to ten years on the same battery enabling the mobility and ease of use of IoT.
Telkom LoRaWAN is available on more than 700++ Gateway around Indonesia.