After test driving the Mkrfox 1200 Arduino with Sigfox functionality on board and giving an introduction to programming in the previous two parts it’s time now to have a closer look at some of the basic parameters of a Sigfox network to get an idea of the capabilities and constraints, what that means for devices … Continue reading The Sigfox Arduino – Part 3 – Sigfox Network Basics
After reading about the MKRFOX 1200 Arduino with built in Sigfox connectivity and a 2 year subscription for 50 Euros (including VAT and shipping), I ordered one right away and was pleasantly surprised that it arrived only a few days later. This and the following posts document my first impressions and give a basic overview … Continue reading The Sigfox Arduino – Part 1 – First Impressions
This is part 2 of my telescope view on how OneM2M works and deals with a number of additional topics. If you haven’t read part 1 I strongly recommend you do this first before continuing here.
The Internet of Things and Machine to Machine (M2M) communication are not only buzz words in the computing industry today but also in the telecoms sector. In telecoms there is a framework referred to as OneM2M that I’ve come across several times before. However 99% of what I found on the Internet did not bring … Continue reading A Telescope View on How OneM2M Works – Part 1