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Hybrid IoT Networks: How Satellite Can Now Extend Terrestrial LoRaWAN Networks

IoT networks in general, and LoRaWAN in particular, are ideally suited to inexpensively connect remote sensor devices, operating years on batteries, sending a few byte-sized messages daily. But because they rely on ground gateways with limited reach, the coverage area of those IoT networks is poor at best, which is a showstopper for many massive IoT use cases. Satellite has always been able to bridge this coverage gap, but at a very high price, and taking a heavy toll on the remote devices' battery life. Global satellite LoRaWAN service is about to revolutionize this: enabling seamlessly integrated hybrid (satellite and terrestrial) networks so that small, inexpensive, battery-savvy LoRa devices can transmit their data no matter where they are, at a price point similar to LoRaWAN connectivity.


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