The paper is devoted to the development of a wireless noise-proof system with feedback based on LoRa
technology. The relevance of the work lies in the fact that the issue of protecting your property from burglars is
always on the agenda. It is also important that the alarm system is universal, it should also be an inexpensive
thing that would pay for itself in a short period of time, while at the same time providing a high level of
protection. Currently, the next problem is that to buy even a simple protection system you will have to pay
well, not only for the device itself, but also for its installation. During installation, the device is connected to
the on-board system of the car and this operation also costs a lot, in the future if the purchased system breaks
down, you will have to take the car to the service and uninstall everything, while the cut conductors will remain
in the car. All this prompts the idea of developing such a system that will not have such disadvantages, which
everyone can buy and the installation does not require professional skills, this was the main idea for the paper.
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