Take a look at the LoRaWAN service and its security architecture.
- LoRa is a low power, wide area network solution…specifically designed for IoT devices,…that send and receive small amounts of data…over a range of many kilometers…with minimal power consumption.…It employs the unlicensed 868 megahertz…and 900 megahertz frequency bounds…using what's known as chirp spread spectrum…across a wide bandwidth to provide resilience…to deliver interference or signal noise.…A LoRaWAN network architecture has been developed…as a multi-start topology network…operating at data rates up to 50 kilobits per second…and is now operational.…
LoRaWAN is a four layer architecture…comprising devices or nodes,…concentrators or gateways,…the LoRa network server, and application servers.…The communications protocol used…between the devices in the gateways is LoRa.…And between the gateways and the LoRa network server…is TCP/IP using wired or wireless networking.…Data transmissions from a LoRaWAN node…will be received and processed by multiple gateways.…
Each gateway will pass on the data to the network server,…
- Designing an enterprise architecture
- Architecting security
- Designing IoT security
- Domain specific architectures
- Proximity network services
- IoT application services
- Revised conceptual architecture
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Enterprise Architecture
2. Designing IoT Security
3. Domain Specific Architectures
4. Proximity Network Services
5. Application Tier Services
6. Revised Conceptual Architecture
Bringing it all together4m 48s
What's next1m 16s
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