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According to the post of Mr. Harald Naumann, LoRaWAN doesn’t fit within SRD (Short range device) umbrella regulations. There’s a need for studies about LoRaWAN causing interference in SRD860 band. Anyhow, it seems that today’s LoRaWAN line of business is heading to a crossroad and it’s hard to anticipate which way will it go, since LPWAN is a huge market with a lot of hungry wolfs looking forward to competition’s fall. Please share with us your opinion, what happening in your country and any other news relevant to this hot topic.

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What’s IOTA and how to buy it?

We’ve been writing about Blockchain and IOT and now we’ll explore IOTA cryptocurrency and give you an almost step by step guide on how to buy it. The IOTA token was created to service the ‘Internet of things’: the billions of small computing devices that are increasingly being embedded into everyday objects, enabling them to […]

August 18 3 Minutes to read

Building the IoT by Maciej Kranz – book review

Introduction I quite liked this book. It doesn’t have too much deep technical information but it focuses more on the real use cases, industry perspective and the business part of the IoT. Also, Kranz is able to demystify IoT, not goo too much into hype but present solid use cases and reasons why IoT is […]

February 26 5 Minutes to read

Understanding what API, REST and JSON are in your IoT journey

Introduction While learning about IoT systems I have stumbled upon the word API, REST API and JSON many times. Although I kind of knew the meaning, now I took the time to learn in more details what exactly these mean so it crossed my mind why not write a brief article about it. Bear in […]

December 16 2 Minutes to read

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