Tektelic Kona Mega IoT Gateways 4G
Tektelic’s Kona Mega IoT Gateway provides enterprises and businesses with a 32-channel carrier-grade gateway for outdoor use with built-in bandpass filters and protection… The device is suitable for the implementation of LoRaWAN Internet of Things networks. The gateway enables massive scalability in a compact form factor by supporting up to 12 million messages per day.
It is ideal for public and private enterprises and businesses that require Full Duplex, multiple Rx and Tx channels and cost-effective and reliable LoRaWAN gateways to maximize their network investment for years to come.
Features Tektelic Kona Mega IoT Gateway:
- Channels: Up to 72 Rx / 8 Tx
- Protection rating: IP67
- Internet Connection: 3G / 4G, Ethernet
- Dual antennas for Rx diversity: Supported
- Highly selective band-pass filter: Integrated
Key distinguishing features:
- Carrier-grade design with high availability with support for in-service configuration and software updates.
- Enclosure made of environmentally friendly hardened aluminum, fully tested to withstand extreme temperature conditions.
- Innovative multi-antenna configuration supporting Rx diversity for 16 + 16 channels.
- Excellent out-of-band rejection of interference from other networks such as cellular and paging.
- Day-One scalability supports millions of Rx messages per day.
- Fully integrated with the broader ecosystem of LoRa™ network servers and sensors.
- Easy to deploy with support for various backhaul and power options.
Tektelic Kona Mega IoT Gateway variants
The Tektelic Kona Mega IoT Gateway is available in four variants:
- IoT Gateway, with 1 antenna, Ethernet and GPS
- IoT Gateway, with 1 antenna, 4G and GPS
- IoT Gateway, with 2 antennas, Ethernet and GPS
- IoT Gateway, with 2 antennas, 4G and GPS
More about LoraWAN
The LoRaWAN network architecture is implemented in a star-of-stars topology in which gateways relay messages between end devices and a central network server. The gateways are connected to the network server via standard IP connections and act as a transparent bridge, simply converting RF packets into IP packets and vice versa. The wireless communication takes advantage of the Long Range characteristics of the physical LoRa layer, allowing a single-hop connection between the end device and one or more gateways. All devices are capable of bidirectional communication and there is support for multicast addressing groups to efficiently use spectrum during tasks such as Firmware Over-The-Air (FOTA) upgrades or other mass distribution messages.