New article published in Elsevier Alexandria Engineering Journal
LoRaWAN End Nodes: Security and Energy Efficiency Analysis
With the development of electronics and communication techniques, the interest in realizing sensor networks with a large number of end nodes is growing. The main idea is to install devices in remote locations without direct supervision, which requires an uninterrupted power supply and secure communication to the rest of the network. In this paper, an experimental comparative analysis of popular practical LoraWAN end nodes (WisNode RAK811 and Seeeduino SX1301) regarding energy consumption in different security modes, spreading factors, energy consumption in sleep/idle mode as well as the security keys extraction from memory was performed.
Article is available via url: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1110016822001235
M.Mehic, M.Duliman, N.Selimovic, M.Voznak. “LoRaWAN End Nodes: Security and Energy Efficiency Analysis” Elsevier Alexandria Engineering Journal (2021), doi: 10.1016/j.aej.2022.02.035
Alexandria Engineering Journal