What is Lora (Lora)?

What is Lora (Lora)?

LoRa is an RF modulation technology for low-power, wide area networks (LPWANs). The name, LoRa, is a reference to the extremely long-range data links that this technology enables.

What is the noise floor of Lora?

Normally the noise floor is the physical limit of sensitivity, however LoRa works below the noise level. A value closer to +10dB means the received signal is less corrupted. LoRa can demodulate signals which are -7.5 dB to -20 dB below the noise floor. Regional LoRa Alliance parameters : Downlink : same as uplink with an additional one :

What are the use cases for Lora?

With over 225 million end nodes deployed, there are use cases for LoRa in nearly every vertical market. Designed for IoT communications, LoRa devices enable the connection between remote end nodes and low power wide area networks (LPWANs) for delivery to analytics applications.

What is the RSSI value of Lora?

Typical LoRa RSSI values are: RSSI minimum = -120 dBm. If RSSI=-30dBm: signal is strong. If RSSI=-120dBm: signal is weak. Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) is the ratio between the received power signal and the noise floor power level.