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molham777
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Lora -Internet

Sat Jan 11, 2020 3:15 am

hello
please i want to ask
could I use for example R11e-LoRa8 with RBM33G and connect RBM33G to internet and make Lora Wan server and use wAP LoRa8 kit as station to get internet from it because i am in poor area and there is no internet everywhere .
or If there is any solution using LORA technique to get internet in my town
Many thanks
 
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Re: Lora -Internet

Sat Jan 11, 2020 9:17 am

Lora can only transport kbits, not more
You need over Solution
 
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Re: Lora -Internet

Mon Jan 13, 2020 2:31 am

Lora can only transport kbits, not more
You need over Solution
Many Thanks Dear
Lora Channel Bandwidth can reach to 500 kHz so we can get data rate about 1Mbit/s it is very good in our area
my question was about the technology " is it support TCP and UDP "
can i make configuration to send internet via LORA from mikrotik to wAP LoRa8 kit
can " wAP LoRa8 kit " forward internet .. this device will receive data from LoraWan server .and forward internet to the wifi 2.4GHZ
is that possible ?????

many thanks
 
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Re: Lora -Internet  [SOLVED]

Mon Jan 13, 2020 6:18 am

Again, LoRaWAN is not usable as Backhaul
https://kotahi.net/3-cases-when-not-to-use-lorawan/
 
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Re: Lora -Internet

Mon Jan 13, 2020 3:44 pm

In rural area, wifi bands are usually nice and clean and you can do long links without problems, just size of the dish (and curvature of the earth) is the limit. LDF units from Mikrotik are great, you can pair them with 2m dishes and make really long links. If terrain is a problem then look for 900MHz radios, lower frequencies are less affected by trees and terrain and signal can bend a little allowing you to make links that are impossible on higher frequencies, but bandwidth (and link speed) is lower.
 
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Re: Lora -Internet

Mon Jan 13, 2020 4:14 pm

hello
please i want to ask
could I use for example R11e-LoRa8 with RBM33G and connect RBM33G to internet and make Lora Wan server and use wAP LoRa8 kit as station to get internet from it because i am in poor area and there is no internet everywhere .
or If there is any solution using LORA technique to get internet in my town
Many thanks
No, you cannot do that. That is not how LoRaWAN works.

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