Antares Connectivity LoRaWAN

Our greatest connectivity

LoRaWAN® is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) protocol that is optimized for low power consumption and is designed to support large networks with millions of devices

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Our LoRaWAN Package Specially Made For You

Choose a plan tailored to your need

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Need Custom Package for Your Business?

We provide a custom package for you so that we can always fulfill
its flexibility to the needs of the Antares platform based on your business.

BEST CONNECTIVITY SOLUTION

Based on LoRa Alliance Standard

LoRaWAN® network architecture is deployed in a star-of-stars topology in which gateways relay messages between end-devices and a central network server.

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Low Power

Allowing the operation to last up to 10 years on the same battery. Even for some cases, it is able to enter low-power sleep mode.

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Long Range

LoRa has a long connectivity range, with up to 5km range in highly populated areas and up to 15km range in rural areas.

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Low Cost

LoRa’s cost is fairly low considering it’s minimal infrastructure with low cost end-node and also an open source software.

Topology LoRa Connectivity in Antares
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CHANNEL PLAN AS923-2

AS923-2 shifts the plan down 1.8MHZ from AS923 (based on LoRa Alliance standard).

Join Channel means Frequency that use for request join from LoRa Customer

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LoRa Classes

LoRaWAN has three different classes of end-point devices to address the different needs reflected in the wide range of applications

Class A

Each uplink transmission can be sent at any time and is followed by two short downlink windows.

Class B

Each uplink transmission can be sent at any time and is followed by two short downlink windows.

Class C

Each uplink transmission can be sent at any time and is followed by two short downlink windows.

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Security

LoRaWAN specification defines two layers of cryptography

A unique 128-bit Network Session Key shared between the end-device ,network server , and Application Session Key (AppSKey). The network operator has no visibility of the users payload data. The keys can be Activated By Personalisation (ABP) on the production line or during commissioning, or can be Over-The-Air Activated (OTAA) in the field.

Available features in LoRa Connectivity
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Geolocation

This function allows us to detect the location of an object for free.

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Low Range

LoRa has a long connectivity range, with up to 5km range in highly populated areas and up to 15km range in rural areas.

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Low Power

Allowing the operation to last up to 10 years on the same battery. Even for some cases, it is able to enter low-power sleep mode.

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Secure

Features end-to-end AES-128 encryption, mutual authentication, integrity protection and confidentially.

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Standardized

Built to interact and function with other products or systems, so they can quickly adapt to IoT networks and applications.

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Mobile

Maintains communication with devices in motion without strain on power consumption.

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High Capacity

Supports millions of messages per base station, meeting the needs of public network operators serving large markets.

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Low Cost

Can reduce costs in 3 ways: reduce infrastructure costs, operational costs and sensors that have their own network.

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Support the majority of Indonesia

Our platform is able to support the majority of Indonesia. So, feel free to use LoRaWAN through Antares wherever you are located in our coverage!

See LoRaWAN Coverage
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