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Yes ,the LoRa Shield is compatibale with the Ethernet Shield,and you need to use the chip select singnals there.
Uhm,I think you need to follow the connections as above article and cheeck your wiring ,don't use 3.3V on the LoRa Shield
You can check the hardware resource here:https://github.com/dragino/Lora
The LoRaWan protocol doesn't support 433Mhz，you can click http://www.lora-alliance.org/ for more informations.
There,have you installed the wiringpi?
Hi,guys,you can find the examples here:https://github.com/matthijskooijman/arduino-lmic/tree/master/examples
http://wiki.dragino.com/index.php?title=Lora/GPS_HAT#Example2_--_Getting_GPS_to_work_on_a_Raspberry_Pi Have you check this link?
Yes,you can do it as what you said.
Copy that,and I will update this intruction after my vacation
Green hand to the Fritzing,we use the 4.7k resistor there.
Hi,have you finished it ?And I need more details about your project
Uhm,sorry to reply so late,how is it going?Did you check your wiring？
Yes,but you need to make sure your gateway settings is ok.
Did you make it?Could you tell me more details?
Ok,too busy these days,good luck!
In the folder single_chan_paket_fwd,there is a file called main.cpp
Hi JesseW78,as what you said,you can do that,bu it's not "LoRaWan" anymore,and you can use the Radiohead.Uhm,tell me you email and I'll send you the sketches,email@example.com,hope it help~
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Hi FelixKunz,Can you access the server via this IP? Did you have a try?
Hi,sama moh,I think it's better to view the ttn web to get what you need
Hi,did you make it? If no, please give me your e-mail,so sorry to reply so late.
YES,it is.you can. You need to modify the arduino sketch as the picture below,you need to uncommand some of the "LMIC_setupChannel"
Of course,you can use the Mega2560
Hi, You can get the info here:http://wiki.dragino.com/index.php?title=Lora/GPS_HAT#Wiring
In the Arduino sketch with OTAA you need to setup APPEUI and DEVUI with LSB (less significant bit first), but APPKEY with MSB (more significant bit first). In the example skecth for OTAA the comments says that it doesn't matter if APPKEY if LSB or MSB, but it does, you must set it up with MSB!And regarding DevEUI, I found that it depends on the Lora transmitter: t RFM95W cannot give a unique DEVEUI so it's ok to use a random one.
Yes,you can use the Uno board,but the Mega2560 could be better,the Mega2560 have more RAM space for the code
Yes,you can use the Dragino Lora Shield v1.3 at this project.
Yeah,it seems very interesting,we need to choose the smaller MCU,wireless communication module and GPS module,and these components will be integrated into a PCB，I think it also depend on the cats' scope of activity,will you make it?
Uhm,we just need the DEVEUI and DEVADDR when we build the LoRaWAN,and you can click this link about how to get the DEVEUI and DEVADDR when you need to post your data to the ttn server.In this project,we just need the DEVEUI APIkey and DEVADDR on the nodes' side,if you still confused by this problem,please contact me by firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Hi,sorry to reply so late,you can do as this link:https://www.thethingsnetwork.org/wiki/Backend/ttnctl/ttnctl
Please tell me if it working.
https://www.thethingsnetwork.org/wiki/Backend/ttnctl/ttnctlIn the web,you can get the info as below :Quick start guide:Create an account: $ ttnctl user create [Your Email]Sign in: $ ttnctl user login [Your Email]Create an application: $ ttnctl applications create [Application Name]List your applications: $ ttnctl applicationsChoose an application to use from now on: $ ttnctl applications use [EUI]Create a new device: $ ttnctl devices register [DevEUI] [AppKey]List your devices: $ ttnctl devicesGet info about a specific device: $ ttnctl devices info [DevEUI]Subscribe to incoming messages from this device: $ ttnctl subscribe [DevEUI]Schedule downlink to this device: $ ttnctl downlink [DevEUI] [Hex-encoded Payload]
Hi,Prakash,It's a single channel LoRaWAN gateway here,sorry to confused you.David
Hi,Marcel,I have used 2 Lora/GPS HAT to complete the lmic project,I have updated it to the wiki,you can find it here.Hope it help,David Guo
Hi,all,In this project, you can see how to "Use Lora Shield + Arduino set up a Lora Node“，You can also get how to "Use Lora/GPS HAT + RaspberryPi to set up a Lora Node" as below:
Open area max transmission distance ~15km,about 3km in the community.
Dragino LoRa GPS Tracker
Have you check your wiring?
Hi,gma507,I am so sorry to reply you so late,too busy these days,you can find the pins DIO1,DIO2 near the GPS module,as you can see, the connections of https://github.com/ernstdevreede/lmic_pi is as below:So you need to use the jumper wire to connect by yourself.If there is any oth er question or suggestion,you can contact me by firstname.lastname@example.org Best WishesDavid Guo
Hi,guys,I have put the new link there,you can also get the sketch here:https://github.com/dragino/Lora/blob/master/Lora%20Shield/Examples/lora_shield_ttn/lora_shield_ttn.ino
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