Kerlink’s LoRaWAN Gateway with 3G/4G Backhaul Provides Indoor Coverage

October 8, 2019 Alix Paultre

Kerlink announced the latest member of its i-series LoRaWAN gateway line targeting smart cities, smart buildings, and other digital applications that require dedicated indoor coverage and/or network densification. Wirnet iFemtoCell-evolution leverages the same software as Kerlink’s Wirnet iBTS, iStation, and iFemtoCell equipment, a synergy that allows LoRaWAN IoT network owners to reduce operational costs.

The addition of 3G/4G-backhaul connectivity enhances cellular connectivity versatility and proposes an alternative option in countries where 3G is inadequate or is being decommissioned. The gateway also offers flexible power options, mixing a 90-264VAC/12VDC power supply with jack connector provided, a 5VDCpower/USB-C and an optional uninterrupted power supply.

Designed for indoor LoRaWAN small private network deployments anywhere in the world, Wirnet iFemtoCell-evolution supports multiple ISM bands, such as 868Mhz, 915Mhz, and 923Mhz, and is certified by key regulatory agencies in Europe (CE), the U.S. (FCC), Canada (IC), and South Korea (KC), and in other countries. Security features include gateway protection using ProvenRun’s SecureBoot, and data and communications security, using ProvenRun’s SecureStorage to protect assets at rest, keys and secrets.

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