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Compression Studies on LoRa Antenna Design for IoT Applications

Nurul Syahira Binti Nordin; Woo Ying Yee; Md Saeed Hasan Joarder; Badrul Hisham Bin Ahmad

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication(BEIESP)

In this paper, a review on the LoRa antenna design for IoT application is studied. The expansion of the Internet of Things ( IoT) has led the industry to develop new communication solutions, as current protocols are inadequate in terms of scope and energy efficiency to satisfy IoT requirements. Before studying antenna design, some background LoRa and IoT were discussed at beginning of the paper. LoRaWAN is an open LPWAN standard developed by LoRa Alliance and has main characteristics such as low energy consumption, long-range communication, builtin protection and GPS-free positioning. Besides, a comparison according to the method, resonance frequency, material, size of the antenna and the output is shown in the form of table. In addition, the strength and the weakness of each of the antenna design were discussed before the end of the paper.

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