How does my LoRaWAN Gateway access the network?
LoRaWAN gateways may be connected via wired ethernet, cellular, wifi or even satellite depending on the brand and model of your gateway. Regardless of your application, multiple solutions are available to get your sensors on the cloud.
It is also possible to operate a sensor network within a stand-alone closed system, such as a gateway hosting a localized network server, where an internet connection is not necessary or not feasible.
How does the LoRaWAN join process work?
RadioBridge LoRaWAN sensors initialize with a join process that scans though each sub-band until a join request is successful. The joined sub-band is then remembered by the sensor and will be the first sub-band attempted if the sensor needs to ...
Where can I obtain a LoRaWAN-compliant Gateway?
RadioBridge sensors will work with any LoRaWAN compliant gateway such as MultiTech or Comcast machineQ: https://www.multitech.com/brands/multiconnect-conduit https://store.machineq.com/ Once the gateway is up and running, simply register the sensor ...
How do I register a sensor on The Things Network (TTN)?
RadioBridge LoRaWAN Sensors are fully compatible with The Things Network. You can easily add a device to The Things Network by using the Radio Bridge Console and following the Add Device dialog. You can also register your device on the TTN network ...
Where can I find the default Device EUI, App EUI and App Key for LoRaWAN sensors?
Device EUI This is the ID on the label located on the sensor itself. The barcode provided can also be used to read the Device EUI. Application EUI By default this is set to: 0101010101010101. This can be customized in the factory for production ...
Do sensors conflict when there are multiple gateways?
In general, even if more than one Gateway receives a signal from a given Sensor, the Network Server will automatically eliminate duplicate packets. Multiple Gateways should not present concerns provided the devices have been provisioned to only one ...