Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) is an enabling Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology that supports long-range, low-power, and low-cost connectivity ton numerous devices . SNOW (Sensor Networkover White Spaces) is a promising LPWAN platform that operates over the TVwhite spaces . The current SNOW implementation uses the USRP devices as LPWan nodes, which has high costs (~$750 USD per device) and large form-factors, hindering its applicability in practical deployment . The choice of the COTS device (TI CC13x0: CC1310 or CC1350) brings down the cost and form-factor of a SNOW node by 25x and 10x, respectively, respectively . The overall throughput in theuplink increases linearly with the increase in the number of SNOW nodes. Also, the overall throughput of the uplink in the Uplink and downlink increases linently with the increased in the increase of the number the number in the SNOW network increases lininally .

Author(s) : Mahbubur Rahman, Dali Ismail, Venkata P Modekurthy, Abusayeed Saifullah

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Keywords : snow - lpwan - cc - number - x -

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