LoRaWAN

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NEW SONY LPWAN DEJA VU

Sony is entering the LPWAN radio space with “Eltres”, giving new competition to Semtech, SigFox, NB-IoT, and the rest. Some brief reactions: Pros – Haystack’s analysis of the physical layer (radio) is: this is the way a LPWAN radio should be designed! Well done. – LDPC error correction, which Haystack previously announced for use over …

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WHEN YOU NEED A BETTER INDOOR IOT MOUSETRAP

In the mobile IoT business it is rare to meet a customer that does not prioritize “range” as a purchase criteria. Our announcement of Haystack XR Mode is genereating enthusiastic response not only from users looking for better outdoor range over LoRa, but in indoor environments, too. Out With Yesterday’s Indoor IoT Infrastructure We designed DASH7 to provide an …

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HOW HAYSTACK SOLVES THE HARDEST LPWAN GEOLOCATION PROBLEMS

Much of our work at Haystack right now focuses on applications requiring GPS-based geolocation of LoRaendpoints, but we also get questions on how to solve for location when GPS is unavailable. We are also working on time-based location of LoRa endpoints in support of new, decentralized blockchain initiatives, especially proof of location. First, if you don’t know …

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