Arduino compatible battery operated LoRaWAN End Node using the RFM95/DRF1276G with the ATMega328P microcontrollerDesigned by dbLabs in India
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An Arduino compatible battery operated LoRaWAN End Node using the RFM95W or Forji DRF1276G with the ATMega328P microcontroller. Just slot in 3 AAA batteries in an external battery holder, register a device in the The Things Network, Chirpstack or any LoRaWAN Network server, program the ATMega328 with the obtained keys using a USB-UART converter (converter not included) and behold! You have your own End Node sending data to the server!
Choose between buying just the PCB or Fully Soldered w/o antenna or Fully soldered with Antenna (Batteries & Plastic Enclosure NOT included in any option)
The world of LoRaWAN is a complicated place during the initial visits. After a lot of reading, exercises and hard work, finally we cracked the puzzle and came up with a ready to use end node for the DIY community. Arduino IDE is the most widely used editor & compiler, and we have sticked to using this as our primary platform.
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