The WLRGFM-100 can be found in energy-saving LoRaWAN networks as a gateway. The item is geared to receive data from a wide range of sensors via the Internet of Things (IoT infrastructure).
LoRaWAN gateways’ main benefits are their range (10–15 km), their high penetration, and the minimal power they use. They don’t need licenses to broadcast because they use frequencies between 862 and 870 MHz.
Cellular networks rely on base stations to function. They are set up in close proximity to a network of sensors (composed of 100–1,000 individual units). The gateway, for instance, is set up in close proximity to houses with radio modules for utilities like water, gas, and power. Data from meters are collected by radio modules and sent to the hub through the LoRaWAN network. The gateway then sends the data to a server for analysis. That’s why it taps into high-speed data lines (via LAN or Wi-Fi networks).
Collect and process utility consumption and device status information. This service enables utility companies, developers, housing cooperatives, management companies, and industrial enterprises to fully automate the collection of meter readings and access accurate data when they need it.
Optimize the processing of readings and make decisions driven by accurate data.
Over the last fifteen years, Jooby has completed many projects to provide consumers with smart radio modules and helped developers and resource suppliers adopt automatic remote data tracking.
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