RAN Provider Documentation
Register and manage LoRaWAN Base Stations on the Senet Network. RAN (Radio Access Network) Provider Base Stations generate revenue based on the number of qualified messages that used the Radio Access Network.
The main landing page will allow a RAN provider to provision and deploy their own RAN provided Base Stations. When a new Base Station is registered to the network the RAN provider can modify Base Station's channel plan, view Base Station details, RF statistics, performance, and much more.
Base Station Details Summary
In Details Summary view a RAN provider is able to view number of heard devices, transactions, Ethernet/Cell stats, network round trip time, and CPU/Memmory statistics over the course of a given time period. The RAN provider is also able to view uptime and other critical statistics to monitor the Base Station's health over time.
Base Station Events
The events view helps a RAN provider view the traffic and device's that are flowing through their Base Station. These events show a devices EUI, RF statistics and other important information.
Note: The RSSI and SNR columns include color-coded icons to reflect the strength and quality of uplinks from each Device. The following table provides the meaning of each color along with the corresponding value-range. When hovering over an icon, this text will be displayed as a tooltip.
|Green||Very Good RSSI: >= -95||Very Good SNR: >= 1|
|Blue||Good RSSI: > -110 and < -95||Good SNR: >= -6 and < 1|
|Yellow||Fair RSSI: >= -125 and < -110||Fair SNR: >= -13 and < -6|
|Red||Poor RSSI: < -125||Poor SNR: < -13|
|### Base Station RF Statistics|
If you are looking for RF statistics, this view will show you the Base Station receive and transmit statistics over time with a heat map for all channels and frequencies
Base Station Stats
The Statistics page shows how a Base Station is performing over a daily, monthly or lifetime with view in to uplinks, downlinks (both forign and local), transactions and average device count.