1. IoT LORAWAN Micro Tracker

    New micro tracker build on RAK811 LORA module from RAK. Module size only 24x16 mm (or 27x16 with U.FL connector) Contain Telit SE868 GPS module with integrated patch antenna, barometer (BMP280/BME280), light sensor (OPT3001), accelerometer (MMA8652/MMA8652), additional 4 MBytes flash for save data and firmware updates. Additional small solar panel (20x6 mm) with LTC3105 burst controller for charge battery. Additional development board with pogo pins for debug and test (with or without RAK811 module)....

  2. LORAWAN - Second step

    Prepare software development after initial hardware tests complete. 1. Cross GCC for Raspberry Pi 2. Visual Studio projects for lora_gateway/packet_forwarder (not need if prefer Eclipse) 3.Eclipse for remote debug (on RPi) 4. Visual Studo projects for TTN RESP API, TTN MQTT client and simple local UDP Server 5. Create repository and commit (https://github.com/x893/LoRaWAN)...

  3. LORAWAN - First step

    Prepare LORAWAN gatewan. Build with Raspberry PI and iC880A concentrator (thanks Leeuwarden guys for module) add some plastic details Clone Lora-net lora-gateway and packet_forwarder (i use experimental branch), prepare configuration for TTN server and see it on map. (this picture from iot.semtech.com site) Now prepare node with iM880A-L module Clone Lora-net LoRaMac-node , change SK-iM880A example ClassA node (remove POTI, LED, add UART with debug messages, etc.) and see connection to gateway and packets on server. Create simple MQTT client to receive online messages from TTN broker (windows console...



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