Implement your own LoRaWANTM network using OccamSmart’s Network Server Stack

Implement your own LoRaWANTM network 
using OccamSmart’s
Network Server Stack

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OccamSmart’s Network Server Stack for LoRaWANTM implements a LoRaWANTM v1.0 Class A network server.

The Network Server Stack, which is available on Google Cloud Platform, receives LoRaWANTM  device data from gateways, de-duplicates, validates and decrypts it, and publishes the data to an MQTT broker.

Additionally, the Network Server Stack manages device registrations allowing them to join the network, send and receive data. The server stack supports both OTAA (Over-the-air-activation) and ABP (Activation by personalization).

 

Compatible with:

Pricing

The table below shows the estimated costs using the default configuration. You can customize the configuration later when deploying this solution.

Estimated costs are based on 30-day, 24 hours per day usage in Central US region. Sustained use discount is included.

New Google Cloud customers may be eligible for a free trial.


Documentation

Getting Started 
Configuration Guide  
Connecting to MQTT  

How does it work?

The following diagram shows a simplified version of a LoRaWANTM network. The component pictured in green is OccamSmart’s Network Server Stack for LoRaWANTM and the remaining components make up the rest of the network. While in this case we have two LoRaWANTM  end-devices and gateways, there could be many  devices connected to the Network Server Stack.

 

 

The Network Server Stack accepts data from any compatible LoRaWANTM gateway using the Semtech UDP Gateway Protocol, and decrypts and transmits that data to your LoRaWANTM-powered application using the MQTT protocol. The server stack allows the creation of multiple logical LoRaWANTM networks within one physical network.

OccamSmart’s Network Server Stack can be easily deployed in just a few clicks using Google Cloud Platform’s Cloud Launcher, and quickly configured to start receiving your LoRaWANTM traffic.

OccamSmart’s Network Server Stack for LoRaWANTM implements a LoRaWANTM v1.0 Class A network server.

The Network Server Stack, which is available on Google Cloud Platform, receives LoRaWANTM  device data from gateways, de-duplicates, validates and decrypts it, and publishes the data to an MQTT broker.

Additionally, the Network Server Stack manages device registrations allowing them to join the network, send and receive data. The server stack supports both OTAA (Over-the-air-activation) and ABP (Activation by personalization).

Compatible with:

Pricing

The table on the right shows the estimated costs using the default configuration. You can customize the configuration later when deploying this solution.

Estimated costs are based on 30-day, 24 hours per day usage in Central US region. Sustained use discount is included.

New Google Cloud customers may be eligible for a free trial.


Documentation

Getting Started 
Configuration Guide  
Connecting to MQTT  

How does it work?

The following diagram shows a simplified version of a LoRaWANTM network. The component pictured in green is OccamSmart’s Network Server Stack for LoRaWANTM and the remaining components make up the rest of the network. While in this case we have two LoRaWANTM  end-devices and gateways, there could be many  devices connected to the Network Server Stack.

 

The Network Server Stack accepts data from any compatible LoRaWANTM gateway using the Semtech UDP Gateway Protocol, and decrypts and transmits that data to your LoRaWANTM-powered application using the MQTT protocol. The server stack allows the creation of multiple logical LoRaWANTM networks within one physical network.

OccamSmart’s Network Server Stack can be easily deployed in just a few clicks using Google Cloud Platform’s Cloud Launcher, and quickly configured to start receiving your LoRaWANTM traffic.