[Ovmsdev] 3G network
mark at webb-johnson.net
Wed Jun 13 15:24:33 HKT 2018
FYI: The Hologram SIMs we use are supposedly NB-IoT enabled. They should work so long as the base network supports it. Just too early to know for sure at the moment. Time will tell.
> On 13 Jun 2018, at 3:13 PM, Julien “JaXX” Banchet <jaxx at jaxx.org> wrote:
> What I wonder is how is it able to cope with high-speed moving assets.
> The narrow-band and very low data rate might make it prone to frequency deviation due to Doppler effect.
> (It’s something that happens on the Sigfox network with anything faster than a bike ;-) )
> What I am even more worried about is how will it be adopted by cell operators:
> They might be few to do so, and reserve it to pure M2M applications for businesses (and at a price, Orange(FR) does it for a MOQ of 100s of SIMs, 5€/month/sim + 5€/MB)
> Anyways, and again, the modular OVMSv3 will offer plenty of options to choose from (LoRA !!!!, though this moves it away from TCP based services)
> On 13 Jun 2018 at 08:58 +0200, Stein Arne Sordal <ovms at topphemmelig.no>, wrote:
>> I agree,
>> LTE NB-IoT is very interesting. Some students at the university where I work is currently testing fleet-managment over LTE NB-IoT.
>> I will se how the coverage/quality evolves.
>> Stein Arne
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