LoRaWAN® Geolocation Server

Any LoRaWAN®
device can be

The LoRaWAN® Geolocation Server operates under a variety of algorithms. The simplest option involves computing the signal-to-noise ratio for each copy of a packet. The Geolocation Server will then return the device’s most probable location based on the information in each packet. LoRa Geolocation Server supports multiple-frame queries and can also process multiple packets sent from the same location at the same time.

The LoRaWAN® Geolocation Server needs several gateways, each with their own antenna. Each gateway will transmit multiple packets, and one will receive one of them. The gateways will measure RSSI to determine location accuracy. Then the LoRaWAN® Geolocation Server will match these two sets of packets and determine its location. This way, the data will be more accurate than ever. This technology will also reduce the number of errors in the LoRaWAN® network.

No requirement for GPS enabled devices

Any LoRaWAN® device can be geo-located

KONA Mega and Macro integration

Unencrypted Timestamps

TEKTELIC or 3rd Party Network Server integration

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