Is LoRa (long-range) wireless the key to harnessing the Internet of Things?

Is LoRa (long-range) wireless the key to harnessing the Internet of Things?

  • Simpler LoRa device networks that require less power to operate but can transmit over relatively vast distances cost much less than cellular communication.
  • You don’t need a cellular connection or Wi-Fi connection for every “thing” in the Internet of Things.
  • Going forward, LoRa’s cost-effectiveness for the jobs at hand will help speed the worldwide adoption of Internet of Things systems.
  • Typical devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) only need to send short, simple messages.
  • Expensive hardware and cellular connections aren’t necessary when you can use long-range (LoRa) wireless network technology instead, according to Reuters .

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Devices in the Internet of Things need only exchange small bits of information, making Long Range (LoRa) wireless the most practical network.


Is LoRa (long-range) wireless the key to harnessing the Internet of Things?

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