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Uplink / Downlink Payload Decoding
The Payload Description is part of the installation manual. Please see above.
What does OTAA mean?
OTAA stands for "Over The Air Activation". In this Process, the Sensor dynamically connects to the LoRa network server, wich has several advantages: First, the device will automatically attempt to rejoin the Network if the Connection is lost. Furthermore, with every new Connection, the encryption of the Data transmission is renewed. The biggest advantage however is that changes to the Network have no effect on the connectivity of the sensors.
Therefore, we recommend our costomers to use OTAA activation for field practical use. The more devices are used, the more noticeable is the advantage.
What does ABP mean?
ABP stands for "Activation By Personalisation". Here the encryption parameters is fixed for every single device. However, this brings with it some disadvanatges for the practicable application: The most obvious disadvanatage is that you have to be carfully to prevent possible double assignments of keys. Once the connection is lost, physical access to the sensor is required just as when the network is changed, or a sensor has to be moved. That's why we advise against using ABP, except for a few very specific devices.
Where do I get my OTAA/ABP Keys?
As stated on your delivery note, we will send the keys to your devices as a CSV file to the email known to us. If you have not recieved your keys until your order arrived, please create a ticket or contact us via email at email@example.com and mention the order number or delivery note. After checking your data we will send you the keys.
If the hardware has been ordered by your purchasing department, this file may end up in a mailbox that you do not have access to. If this is the case please create a ticket or write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure to mention the order number or delivery note. After checking your data we will send you the keys.
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