Video Series Low Power Wide Area Networks, NB-IoT and the Internet of Things, IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been considered as an emerging research area where the 6LoWPAN (IPv6 over Low-Power Wireless Personal Area Network) protocol stack is considered as one of the most important protocol suite for the IoT.
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Video Series Low Power Wide Area Networks, NB-IoT and the Internet of Things, IoT

Postby iotmania » 30 Jan 2018, 18:41

Low Power Wide Area Networks, NB-IoT and the Internet of Things (video series)
Video 1:
IoT and LPWAN
We start with an introduction to the IoT market and LPWAN (low-power wide-area networks) comparison. The IoT device market is about connecting billions of devices to the Internet to share information in order to get benefits such as convenience, efficiency, reducing energy usage, or reducing costs. Ian talks about some of the different types of IoT wireless radios, such as WiFi, NFC, EMV, EMVCo, Bluetooth, ZigBee, Z-Wave, Wi-SUN, Wireless M-BUS, SIGFOX, LoRa technology, Telensa, OnRamp, INGENU, LTE, Cat M, and others, and why LPWAN technologies provide benefits to the IoT connectivity market. 17:42 MP4
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Video 2:
3GPP Cat M & NB-IoT
In the next video, we look more closely at 3GPP formats, Cat M and narrowband (NB) IoT. After discussing the evolution of the formats, Ian shows how Cat M and NB-IoT systems can be placed in-band with LTE, placed into the guard band or be used in re-farmed GSM spectrum. Finally, we do a LPWAN comparison of the licensed and unlicensed spectrum. 20:10 MP4
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Video 3:
Optimization
IoT devices can be used in critical applications where reliability is crucial. Battery life is affected by power cycling, IoT connectivity to the network and firmware defects, and if the device is in a remote location the cost to reboot the device or replace the battery can be prohibitive. Ian discusses some of the IoT test challenges and test setups that can be used to address them. 16:16 MP4
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