Smart Home Automation


Indoor LoRaWAN gateway

25 September 2019 Smart Home Automation Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

The LPS8 from Dragino Technology is an open-source LoRaWAN gateway that lets the user bridge a LoRa wireless network to an IP network via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. The gateway’s LoRa wireless technology allows users to send data and reach extremely long ranges at low data rates.

The LPS8 uses a Semtech packet forwarder and is fully compatible with the LoRaWAN protocol. It includes an SX1308 LoRa concentrator, which provides 10 programmable parallel demodulation paths. The gateway features pre-configured standard LoRaWAN frequency bands to use for different countries. Users can also customise the frequency bands to use in their own LoRa network.

Targeted applications include smart buildings and home automation, logistics and supply chain management, metering, agriculture, smart cities and smart factories.


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