Using LoRa for Geolocation?

LoRaWAN supports Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) or triangulation for geolocation. A LoRa device can be located as long as three or more gateways interact with its signals. It can then be calculated the device’s distance by factoring in the time the signal took to get to them.
Alos it can be factored in the extent to which the signal has dispersed. The former method is typically more reliable since the speed of light is continuous in a specific medium.
With this method is possible to estimate the actual position of a LoRa device within 10m to 200m.

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