LPWAN, Low Power Wide Coverage Networks
By the LPWAN Market Report 2018-2023 from IoT Analytics, the global IoT connections grow from 7B in 2018 to 22B in 2025, and the Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) are expected to be a key growth driver. LPWAN provides low-power, low data-rate communication over long distances or from deep indoor environments, enabling battery-operated devices to operate for up to 10 years without any human intervention. World-wide public network roll-outs and private network deployments of this relatively new technology are currently proceeding quickly. This momentum is driving strong growth in adoption as the number of connected devices is forecasted to grow at 109% per year until 2023, reaching more than one billion active connections. Among all LPWAN technologies, LoRa and NB-IoT are the current market leaders.
WoMaster provides complete solutions with support for licensed band NBIoT and non-licensed LoRa / LoRaWAN. WR222-WLAN-NB1 and SCB211 support NBIoT with global channels. LM100 and LC144 support two-way LoRa Communications, and WR322-EC-LTE-LW as a LoRaWAN gateway.