Both Activation By Personalization (ABP) and Over The Air Activation (OTAA) are supported.
Adaptive data-rate (ADR) reduces airtime and the device energy consumption.
Devices are automatically (re)configured to use the current configured channel-plan.
All device-classes (A/B/C) specified by the LoRaWAN specification are supported.
Defines the device capabilities and boot parameters needed by LoRa Server.
Periodic device battery-status and link-margin request and reporting.
Synchronize the internal clock of a device to the network’s clock.
Gateway statistics aggregation, location and channel-plan (re)configuration.
Configures the channel-plan of a gateway.
Decrypts the fine-timestamp of geolocation capable LoRa gateways and resolves the device location using a Geolocation Server.
LoRa Supports all regions specified by the LoRaWAN Regional Parameters specification.
LoRa Server supports LoRaWAN 1.0 and LoRaWAN 1.1 devices simultaniously.
Send downlink frames to a group of devices at once.
Automatically (re)configures devices to use the current RX parameter configuration.
Request LoRaWAN 1.1 devices to periodically rejoin to refresh the security context.
Defines to which application-server device-data must be routed.
Defines the network-server features that are enabled for associated devices.