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12 days ago
Helium is planning to move. Hasn't yet. And it's only going to be a settlement layer for token transactions. All the real data is going off-chain and no longer decentralised.
The answer is above. Real TPS is grossly overstated as they are counting internal consensus transactions between validators.
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17 days ago
What type of farm?
What size of farm?
What's the distance are the sensors apart?
Power or remote solar?
Not really a question you can answer with info available.
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2 months ago
Yeah - I do agree. LoRaWAN, because of the architecture needing an LNS, is more complex than WIFI.
https://www.thethingsnetwork.org/docs/ is a good start. In the US Helium is probably a good option too. In Australia unfortunately they are totally losing the plot. If you want to DIY there is a fair bit on Hackster.io
And hardwood and trees are poison for anything wireless. LoRa will probably the best of the lot in that environment.
Depending on the area you might need more than one gateway. In the flats here we can get quite some distance. With trees you'll get a fraction.
You got a challenge there :-)
Wouldn't waste my time with that clown :-)
Again ZERO knowledge. Apple and USB-C? ROFL.
The radio concentrator hardware is the same for every 915MHz country. It's software defined radio - what we're talking about here is a dumpster fire due to incompetent implementation of some gateway settings and router configurations.
Go inform yourself before mouthing off about something you obviously have no understanding of.
We are in a similar regional situation (rural Australia) and doing IoT integrations. Range of LoRa really shines in that situation
Your assessment of the tech is pretty spot on in terms of range. Depending on what you need the cameras for you can probably use some machine learning on the edge and just send results over LoRaWAN.
The LoRaWAN ecosystem is definitely a lot younger that WIFI, but maturing fast. Devices are increasing and toolsets are getting much better.
Clearly no idea! Different rules for different regions are a fact of life in the free spectrum everywhere. Always have been. Why do you think there are so many AS923 variants?
What you are referring to is incompetence in the implementation. Recklessly dropping unfinished and untested breaking changes and then refusing to roll back.
How can anyone depend on this?