Supporting telecommunications privacy law (CPNI) should be the goal of any medical IoT platform, complementing every IoT initiative in a way that is not possible with a Carrier Sense Multiple Access protocol, including Ethernet and all of it's wireless derivatives in WiFi/4G, etc.
In Bucknell research, DQ Switch Architecture can support over 5700 devices at 30 bytes/hr upstream, which are connected using a single LoRa antenna over a 10km range. The Bucknell research also concluded that a randomly placed small antenna in each city of the State, would provide coverage for 99% of Pennsylvania's population. This would constitute a crowdsourced Long Range IoT solution that would take medical care, among many other IoT applications, to new heights. DQ also uses half the energy needed in today's IoT solutions so battery life doubles.
Finally, DQ was built for broadcast TV. So the Long Range IoT can now include high data rate transmissions for voice and video, as well as always-stable conditions for IoT/M2M devices that require real time communications. For this type of device, DQ can deliver the equivalent of a circuit-switched private line even though it is still a data packet network. Further, this transmission could be delivered to an infinite number of devices at the exact same time...not in the cloud, but in the real network.
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