LoRaWAN Data Rate and EIRP Tx Power in INDIA bands

This page describes LoRaWAN Data Rate and EIRP Transmit (Tx) Power used in INDIA for different LoRaWAN frequency channels (or RF Band).

LoRaWAN network consists of end devices, gateway and network servers, Join server and application server as shown.

LoRaWAN interfaces between its elements

LoRa alliance has published specifications of the LoRaWAN system. It is also managing and maintaining the LoRaWAN specifications.

What is LoraWAN frequency used in INDIA ?

LoRaWAN INDIA Frequency Bands

The table mentions LoRaWAN parameters used in INDIA.
It uses LoRa modulation, Bandwidth (125 KHz), Frequency channels viz. 865.0625 MHz, 865.4025 MHz, 865.985 MHz, Bit rates from 0.3 to 5 Kbps and three frequency channels.

LoRaWAN Data rates

Following table mentions different data rate used in LoRaWAN.

LoRaWAN data rates

LoRaWAN EIRP or Transmit power

Following table mentions EIRP (i.e. Tx Power) used in LoRaWAN.


Reference: RP002-1.0.0 LoRaWAN Regional Parameters, www.lora-alliance.org.

LoRaWAN related links

The LoRa Wireless tutorial covers following sub topics:
Main page LoRa tutorial   LoRa Frequency Bands   LoRa protocol stack   LoRa MAC layer   LoRaWAN classes   LoRa features   LoRa Transceiver module  

Difference between Lora, INSTEON, Z-wave, Zigbee, X10, HomePlug and other M2M IoT wireless technologies

One can easily derive difference between Lora and other wireless IoT technologies such as zigbee, z-wave, insteon, X10, Homeplug, EnOcean, Bluetooth etc. Refer above table and IoT wireless technologies which mentions tabular comparison between these wireless technologies with respect to coverage range, frequency of operation, data rate, security, applications etc. Also refer following difference between links.
LoRa vs NB IoT vs SigFox   INSTEON vs Zigbee   INSTEON vs X10  INSTEON vs HomePlug  INSTEON vs Z-wave

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