Deutsche Telekom summarizes the "No Harm to Network" requirements originating in GSMA TS.34 and adjusts them frequently to the latest version, IoT Device Connection Efficiency Guidelines, use-cases or features not covered yet within GSMA TS.34, as well as lessons learned gained from IoT commercial deployments.
Learn when is the best occasion to trigger a device per downlink, about frequency and prioritization of data transmissions and why it is not recommended to trigger all devices at the same second in case of a special event in the IoT application.
Learn why to avoid of synchronized behavior from application perspective, when to use "always-on" connectivity, communication patterns, power saving and what is special about "Keep Alive" messages in case of roaming.
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We also recommend No Harm to Networks by
- Miquel Rodriguez, Deutsche Telekom
- Bob Flynn, Chordant
Updated about 1 year ago