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The scale of wireless technologies penetration in our daily lives, primarily triggered by the Internet-of-things (IoT)-based smart cities, is beaconing the possibilities of novel localization and tracking techniques. Recently, low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) technologies have emerged as a solution to offer scalable wireless connectivity for smart city applications. LoRa is one such technology that provides energy efficiency and wide-area coverage. This article explores the use ofarXiv:2006.01278v1 fatcat:dgl7pce4c5c4fb5gthzhynugmq