LoRa is a wireless communication technology for sensor networks, a next-generation LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) communication technology that can transfer a small amount of data over long range. uLory from SystemBase uses the LoRa to provide a communication range of a few kilometers and the users can build a long-range wireless network using USB, an interface widely used with computers or smartphones.
LoryNet, a virtual cable platform based on LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) communication technology LoRa, connects sensor nodes, converters, repeaters, and gateways via the Internet to create an environment where communication is as easy as writing/reading on a hard disk drive. The configuration and preference settings related to connecting various digital and analog communications, including the Internet, have been simplified. Also, the compatibility between different protocols is strengthened, making network system configuration as easy as writing and reading data from a hard disk drive in a computer. By using a physical, virtual cable platform “LoryNet,” which connects various communication methods, one can monitor, analyze, and control data obtained from all over the world. Additionally, due to its table-based communication methods, application and communication protocol can be differentiated and easily used. The private LoRa network operating in the unlicensed frequency band allows the user to configure the network without an additional charge. To this end, various environment SDK’s (Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, and OS-less) are provided so that users can easily create and apply customized applications.
Building a Wireless USB Network