Internet of Things (IoT) has become one of the most popular technologies in recent years, covering from citywide services to industrial applications, which enlarges the smart life for human beings. Through IoT, billions of IoT end devices can be interconnected to support various applications. The emergence of low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) technologies provides a great opportunity to support such an enormous network with their kilometer-level coverage and uA-level power consumption. To improve the efficiency of network resources of LPWANs, the cooperated IoT is proposed by researchers. However, the current LPWAN consists of diverse protocols, equipment, and design standards, rendering the increasing development effort on designing a compliance network by developers. To address this issue, the IEEE 1451, developed by Instrumentation and Measurement Society, is proposed. The IEEE 1451 standardized the wireless IoT systems with wireless transducer interface module (WTIM), network capable application processor server (NCAP Server) and NCAP Client. Besides, the application programming interfaces (APIs) and transducer electronic data sheet (TEDS) are also standardized. Based on the IEEE 1451, a standardized structure for LPWANs, namely IEEE1451-LPWAN is introduced. In addition, an M/M/1/N based queueing model is built to analyze the queueing performance of IEEE1451-LPWAN, which provides guidance for adopters in the future.