A very nice board design containing both the processor and flexible provision for the radio. Used LMIC and works like a charm. Thank you for a very nice product. Highly recommended for other buyers as I have tried, tested and implemented this for a LoRa project with OTAA without a single problem..
Got the package yesterday, shipping is a little bit longer than expected which is totally acceptable for the economy postage. The boards themselves are nice looking & great quality. Will definitely order again.
Hello, I am sorry that you did not received your order, but I vividly remember that I sent your order on time because when I first saw your address it does not look normal to me. Don't worry I will send your order again on 7th Jan because I am on vacation till 6th Jan, I want to refund your money for the inconvenience apart from your order but instead I will send two extra board for free. To be on the safe side this time, I will send you an email to verify your address. I hope this is fine. Regards, Nahit
As a breakout board, it is a basic product. Position of the SMA connector is fine. However and surprisingly, the spacing of the 2 pin rows is not breadboard compliant (not a 2.54mm multiple). It is the major (and simple) enhancement that product could receive.
Product is as advertised, delivered fast in a nice and small bubble enveloppe.
However I'm a noob and I just wasted one unit after trying to fix the short I made on the SMA connector, because I didn't notice how close the connectors are between GND and ANT on the PCB, didn't use any flux and put too much solder, lesson learned :D
Fortunately I bought 4 of those and had better luck on my second attempt :-)
Response from Low Power Design Lab | Sept. 27, 2018
Thank you so much :-) Sorry that your one unit got wasted, If you are using solder "wire" then I would suggest using solder "paste" instead because with paste it is super easy to slide SMA over the breakout board and with this your one hand is free to hold SMA in place. Good Luck :-)