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LoRa-E: Overview and Performance Analysis

Abstract : Long Range-Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum(LR-FHSS) is the new physical layer designed to addressextremely long-range and large-scale communication scenarios,such as satellite IoT. At its core is a fast frequency hoppingtechnique designed to offer higher network capacity whileoffering the same radio link budget as LoRa. Additionally,LR-FHSS finely manages packet transmission thanks to its designprinciples, enabling QoS policies on a per-packet basis. Giventhe notorious adoption of LoRaWAN in the IoT applicationlandscape, this article is a reference for understanding howexactly LR-FHSS works, the performance it can offer, and itslimitations and research opportunities.
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Guillem Boquet, Pere Tuset-Peiró, Ferran Adelantado, Thomas Watteyne, Xavier Vilajosana. LoRa-E: Overview and Performance Analysis. IEEE Communications Magazine, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2020. ⟨hal-03115551⟩



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