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    Default LTE for the IoT: Not one standard but many

    Analysts are falling over themselves predicting just how big the IoT is going to be – and it will be big. What is less certain is what will be connecting all these devices. Some companies, such as Sigfox and those in the LoRa Alliance, are rolling out dedicated networks in cities around the world. However, these have the drawback that a new network does need to be deployed and that in most cases the coverage is somewhat limited.


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    Default Re: LTE for the IoT: Not one standard but many

    This topic interests me. While Sigfox and LoRA networks have had a head start, LTE-m, which is to appear next year ( 2017), should be as disruptive, because Telcos could throw their weight around LTE-m.

    http://www.bresslergroup.com/blog/m2...ox-lora-lte-m/

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    Default Re: LTE for the IoT: Not one standard but many

    Quote Originally Posted by V250 View Post
    Analysts are falling over themselves predicting just how big the IoT is going to be – and it will be big. What is less certain is what will be connecting all these devices. Some companies, such as Sigfox and those in the LoRa Alliance, are rolling out dedicated networks in cities around the world. However, these have the drawback that a new network does need to be deployed and that in most cases the coverage is somewhat limited.


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    LTE standards provide new levels of efficiency for IoT

    http://www.rcrwireless.com/20160921/qualcomm_5g/qualcomm_5g_use_cases/lte-standards-provide-new-levels-efficiency-iot

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    Default Re: LTE for the IoT: Not one standard but many

    I too am working on 4G LTE with sensor technology to provide a scalable and wireless platform to connect for IOT and the security concerns involved in this. When it comes to security I am trying to come up with valid arguments, if it would be better to secure the device itself or if we should be focusing on the network/provider-based architectures using the available authentication methods.
    The basic idea behind IOT was that the service providers would just rely on the implicit wireless network encryption and authentication to protect the traffic from eavesdropping and Man in the Middle (MitM) attacks. But now with Category-1 incorporated into LTE, they are said to highly optimize the LTE networks for a broader range of applications and many companies are implementing and testing with massive MIMO systems.

    I would highly appreciate your thoughts on this!

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