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LP-WAN GAP Analysis

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Authors Ana Minaburo , Alexander Pelov , Laurent Toutain
Last updated 2016-08-27 (Latest revision 2016-02-24)
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Low Power Wide Area Networks (LP-WAN) are different technologies covering different applications based on long range, low bandwidth and low power operation. The use of IETF protocols in the LP-WAN technologies should contribute to the deployment of a wide number of applications in an open and standard environment where actual technologies will be able to communicate. This document makes a survey of the principal characteristics of these technologies and covers a cross layer analysis on how to adapt and use the actual IETF protocols, but also the gaps for the integration of the IETF protocol stack in the LP-WAN technologies.


Ana Minaburo
Alexander Pelov
Laurent Toutain

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