Category: IoT technology – internet of things
IoT technology – Internet of things
The IoT technology – the internet of things is a network of physical objects, machines, people and other devices that enable connectivity and communications to exchange data for intelligent applications and services. These devices consist of smartphones, tablets, consumer electronics, vehicles, motors and sensors which are all capable of IoT communications. The IoT technology – internet of Things allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for direct integration between the physical and digital World resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefits.
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Narrow Band-IOT UE Attach Call Flow Messaging
When an NB-IOT UE accesses a cell, it follows the same principle as for LTE: It first searches a cell on an appropriate frequency. Decode NPSS and NSSS for NCellID. After decoding […]
Narrow Band Synchronization Signals (NPSS and NSSS)
The NPSS and NSSS help UE to synchronize downlink to an NB-IoT cell. These are transmitted in certain subframes based on an 80-ms repetition interval. By synchronizing to NPSS and […]
Narrow Band IoT Frame Structure
NB- IoT frame structure is illustrated in below picture. At the highest level, it starts with the hyper frame cycle where one hyperframe cycle has 1024 hyper frames and each […]
NB-IoT Frequency Bands (As per 3GPP Rel. 13, 14 and 15)
3GPP has defined a set of frequency bands for which NB-IoT can be used. 3GPP TS 36.101 from Release 13 provides the list of the supported bands: 1, 2, 3, 5, […]
Narrow Band LTE- NB-IoT
NB-IoT or NB-LTE is a new 3GPP radio-access technology. It is not fully backward compatible with existing 3GPP devices however it is designed to achieve excellent co-existence performance with legacy […]
LoRa Link-budget and Sensitivity Calculations – Example Explained !
LoRa is a proprietary spread spectrum modulation scheme that is derivative of Chirp Spread Spectrum modulation (CSS) and which trades data rate for sensitivity within a fixed channel bandwidth. It […]
LoRa – Device Re-activation Call Flow (Rejoin Procedure)
LoRa Technology supports the handling and configuration of rejoin-requests for LoRa End Devices. Using a rejoin-request, a device is able to request the network-server to re-activate, without being ‘disconnected’ until […]
LoRa – Device Activation Call Flow (Join Procedure) using OTAA and ABP
LoRa – Device Activation Call Flow (Join Procedure) using OTAA and ABP, When a new End Device (LoRa Device) is added to a LoRa network, it should go through an […]
LoRa- (Long Range) Network and Protocol Architecture with Its Frame Structure
LoRa is Long Range, low data rate, low power wireless platform technology for building IoT network. It uses unlicensed radio spectrum in the Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) bands to enable communication between […]
LoRa Technology, It’s Features and Application
LoRa is Long Range ,low data rate, low power wireless platform technology for building IoT network. LoRa technology is owned by a chip company – Semtech, who acquired it from another French startup […]