LoRaWAN gatewaysThere is growing momentum around LoRaWAN solutions for the connectivity of Internet of Things (IoT) networks. LoRaWAN solutions are ideal for supporting wireless connectivity and are already being deployed across several industries. A LoRaWAN gateway creates a Long Range (LoRA), lower-power wide-area network and is used to wirelessly connect sensors and devices for IoT solutions across a range of industries. A LoRaWAN network can serve multiple devices at the same time. Adding multiple gateways can also add resilience to a network if one fails. Robustel has a range of LoRaWAN gateways that deliver high-performance with a customised design to suit your IoT needs.
Robustel’s LG5100 series is a new generation of industrial LoRaWAN gateway, supporting global 4G/3G/2G networks for cellular backhaul, with a fully-fledged Debian Operating System able to support thousands of existing or new ARMv7 (Raspberry Pi compatible) based applications.
Types of LoRaWAN gatewaysIndoor gateways, like the R3000-LG, provide coverage like multiple level buildings or basements. These gateways can receive data from sensors several kilometres away, depending on the indoor location. Outdoor gateways, like the R3000-LG-OG, on the other hand, provide a much more extensive coverage area. Suitable for both rural and urban areas, these gateways can be mounted on cellular towers, rooftops and metal pipes.
Lorawan ApplicationsRobustel LoRaWAN gateways provide Ethernet and wireless 3G/4G connectivity in a range across a range of locations including: