The Internet of Things network connects smart devices that communicate seamlessly over the internet, and it is changing how we operate daily tasks while attaining improved efficiency. For both smart cities and industry, useful data can be acquired, viewed, and managed effectively. But without a stable and cost effective connectivity approach, this modern world will stay beyond our reach.
A foundation of stable IoT networks need to be able to support a wide variety of application demands such as bandwidth, range, cost, reliability, and power consumption. Nowadays, it is easy to see the 5G cellular network in its early stage, and 5G may eventually become the universal solution for IoT connectivity. However, the 5G network infrastructure and its applications are not yet ready. To help and solve current applications and needs, there are some modern connectivity technologies and sectors such as LPWA (Low power Wide Area) Technologies.