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Re: How Far Will You Go?
Pho99   7/1/2013 6:33:02 AM
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Famous last words -- it's secure

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patrick.mannion   7/1/2013 12:04:15 AM
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I'm curious as to what this mysterious LoRa modulation scheme looks like. Apparently it uses spread spectrum techniques, which sounds good, as it's secure and highly immune to interference, but has anyone really evaluated it yet? How does the modulation scheme work?

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DrFPGA   6/29/2013 6:44:46 PM
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15km. That's a long way. With 100nA sleep current battery deployment seems very doable. Hopefully it can wake on reception.

These characteristcs do seem like a very good fit for a variety of applications. Smart sensors are just the first that come to mind. If we can get GPS added too I'm all set...



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