Building a Private LoRaWAN Platform
John J. Lee1, Youssef Souryal2, Darren Tam3, Dongsoo Kim4, Kyubyung Kang5, Dan D. Koo6
1John Lee, Department of ECE, IUPUI, Indianapolis, USA.
2Youssef Souryal, Department of ECE, IUPUI, Indianapolis, USA.
3Dongsoo Kim, Department of ECE, IUPUI, Indianapolis, USA.
4Kyubyung Kang, Department of ECE, IUPUI, Indianapolis, USA.
5Dan D. Koo, Department of ECE, IUPUI, Indianapolis, USA.
6Darren Tam, Tandon School of Engineering, NYU, Brooklyn, USA.
Manuscript received on 16 December 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 23 December 2019 | Manuscript Published on 31 December 2019 | PP: 291-295 | Volume-9 Issue-1S3 December 2019 | Retrieval Number: A10551291S319/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.A1055.1291S319
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Abstract: LoRaWAN technology has been here for several years as one of LPWAN technologies. It consists of various components such as end nodes, a gateway, a network server, and an application server at the minimum. The servers have been exclusive products of commercial companies, and not many experimental or academic ones are available. Recently one such software has been developed. However, few fully functional academic ones have been reported. In this study, we implement a fully functional private independent LoRaWAN platform for the academic research of LPWAN Internet of Things (IoT) and demonstrate that our platform can support not only end-to-end LoRaWAN communication but also graphical user interface on an embedded and limited computing power system.
Keywords: LoRaWAN, LPWAN, Gateway, Network Server, Application Server.
Scope of the Article: Ubiquitous Networks