£50.00 Excl. Tax
With LoRaWAN Gateway Mapping, given the co-ordinates and height of up to 5 gateways, a Radio Frequency map will be generated of the expected coverage. As a highly detailed plan, building and land topography will be used to determine anticipated coverage for outdoor gateways and outdoor sensors at any given height.
The plan is based on very accurate data and represents a very strong guide as to what distances and coverage might be achieved. By meshing up to 5 gateways together, the LoRaWAN Gateway Mapping provides accurate results on how Gateways can work together. The output will show expected Dbm (signal strength) through a colour guide. From this dBm actual indoor signal strength can also be determined.
The chart will not take into account other interference, unknown obstacles or other “unforeseen” natural or man-made attributes which might affect the physics (and therefore achievable results) of Radio Frequency. Each wall that an internal sensor has to penetrate to reach outdoors known to diminish the Dbm by 10.
The mapping report comes as a strong guide with no guarantee of actual coverage due to unknown interference’s.
(Contact us for: Site analysis, use of more detailed Lidar data or changes to receiver heights)