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Smartlink LoRa

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What is LoRa Mesh ?

Mesh networking is a type of network topology in which a device (node) transmits its own data as well as serves as a relay for other nodes. Routers are used to provide the best and most efficient data path for effective communication. In the event of a hardware failure, many routes are available to continue the network communication process.

This kind of technology is when every node in the network is connected to all the other nodes with direct links. This provides greater reliability, because if any node fails, the network traffic can be directed using other nodes. Each node accesses the working nodes in close proximity and finds the best route for efficient and reliable communication.

The nodes don’t just send and receive data, but also serve as a relay for other nodes and each node collaborates in distributing data on the network.

A wireless mesh network can be thought of as a collection of nodes where each mesh node is also a router. Compare this to a WiFi access point where service can be provided only within reach of the signal and when it is turned off, the connection is gone. Mesh nodes work differently by rerouting data to another hop which it is connected to, bypassing the empty area where a node might be off.

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You would use this technology to cover a wide area such as a caravan park, holiday leisure park, etc and the benefits are as follows:-

Long Range: Connects devices up to 30 miles apart in rural areas and penetrates dense urban or deep indoor environments.

Low Power: Requires Minimal Energy.

Secure: Features end-to-end AES128 encryption, mutual authentication, integrity protection and confidentiality.

Standardized: Offers device interoperability and global availability of LoRaWAN networks for speedy deployment of IoT applications anywhere.

Geolocation: Enables GPS-free tracking applications, offering unique low power benefits untouched by other technologies.

Mobile: Maintains communication with devices in motion without strain on power consumption.

High Capacity: Supports millions of messages per base station, meeting the needs of public network operators serving large markets.

Low Cost: Reduces infrastructure investment.

1 review for Smartlink LoRa

  1. Henry Kayhill

    This new technology really works ! We are in an area where the signal is not great and we were not sure if we could get a signal for the prepayment side. With LoRa we had no problems, how it works I am not really sure but our tenants are happy they can top up online and we don’t have to worry about issuing cards. Recommend this product.

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