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3GThe Third Generation cellular network older technology that still offers coverage across most of the United States. Since 3G technologies have been available for nearly a decade, and they offer great coverage of major highways and roads, many GPS devices still rely on 3G for transmitting their data.
4GLong Term Evolution (LTE) is a newer, 4th generation cellular technology that is also widely available. It is faster, but can also consume a lot of power. To address this, LTE providers may offer some other technology options.
LTE-M / Cat-M1
LTE-M, sometimes referred to as Cat-M1, is an LTE technology optimized for non-smartphone devices. LTE-M helps to optimize trackers battery.
LTE NB-IoTLTE Narrow Band for Internet of Things (NB-IoT) is similar to LTE-M, but is a newer technology that is even more optimized for long battery life in.
Cellular coverage may be unreliable or completely unavailable in remote locations. Fortunately, this does not mean you need to give up on tracking. Long Range Wide Area Networking (LoRaWAN) technology provides wireless coverage you control at remote sites without cellular coverage.
Tenna’s LoRaWAN Gateway provides wireless coverage at a site over an area of roughly 3 square miles in a typical implementation. Multiple gateways can be used to extend coverage.
LoRaWAN also provides clients with the option to track their assets on a private network.
Multiple SolutionsWe provide multiple solutions and technologies to best track your specific asset suite, in manual, passive and autonomous methods, to best meet your unique tracking needs. One size does not fit all.
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