A modular LoRaWAN inspired Internet of Things approach to collecting sensor data via Software Defined Radio
|Van Cise, Tristan
|Master's Project (M.S.) University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2020
|The emergence of simple Internet of Things (IoT) devices has habituated the ability to efficiently collect data and communicate information between devices with ease. Similarly, Software Defined Radio (SDR) has compacted radio communication into a USB dongle capable of receiving radio signals from most radio transmitters. In this approach, the ease of IoT device communication and versatility of SDR data collection and transmission techniques is combined to monitor building thermal decay. The system developed to collect thermal decay data is adapted from the Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) IoT architecture and is designed to facilitate variable size collection environments and real-time data visualization. This paper will outline the implementation and capabilities of the collection system and highlight alternate applications and hardware implementations of the underlying framework.
|A modular LoRaWAN inspired Internet of Things approach to collecting sensor data via Software Defined Radio
|Department of Computer Science