LoRaPTP vs. LoRaWAN, what's the Difference?

Modified on Tue, 30 Apr 2024 at 11:34 AM

The Bluebot LoRaPTP, or Long Range Point-To-Point (Model:100-RF-PTP) offers a paired One Meter+One Bridge solution for smaller deployments of 1-3 units per location. The Bluebot LoRaWAN, or Long Range Wide Area Network, (Model: 100-RF-WAN) solution utilizes an advanced Gateway transceiver to efficiently manage up to a hundred Bluebot meters in expansive installations. LoRa, or Long Range, is a wireless modulation technique derived from Chirp Spread Spectrum (CSS) technology. It encodes information on radio waves using chirp pulses - similar to the way dolphins and bats communicate! LoRa is a wireless communication protocol designed for low-power, long-range communication between devices in the Internet of Things (IoT). LoRa is an international, open radio standard, which is managed by the LoRa Alliance TM . Bluebot leverages LoRa in both PTP and WAN configuration to achieve bidirectional communication, a high level of security through modern encryption technologies, and low energy demands to enable efficient and cost-effective connectivity. The result is a water flow meter ideal for applications like smart homes, buildings, cities and agriculture as well as industrial IoT.

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