- LoRa modulation basics (from Semtech website)
|Data Rate||Configuration||Indicative Bit Rate (b/s)||N|
|0||LoRa: SF12 / 125 kHz||250||51|
|1||LoRa:SF11 / 125 kHz||440||51|
|2||LoRa:SF10 / 125 kHz||980||51|
|3||LoRa:SF9 / 125 kHz||1760||115|
|4||LoRa:SF8 / 125 kHz||3125||222|
|5||LoRa:SF7 / 125 kHz||5470||222|
|6||LoRa:SF7 / 250 kHz||11000||222|
|7||FSK: 50 kbps||50000||222|
Some integrated circuits or modules providing wireless connectivity (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Public Land Mobile Radio aka 2G/3G/4G, etc.) or satellite positioning, can host some customer code. Below, some of them.
Note (on the 29-Mar-2023): I haven’t been updating this post for almost a year now. It may contain some old references that are no more valid. I will review it some time soon. Continue reading “Some programmable wireless ICs and modules”
SODAQ ExpLoRer board includes a Microchip RN4871 Bluetooth module. This post explains how to start using it.
This post explains how to transmit data over French Orange LoRaWAN network using a SODAQ ExpLoRer board. Continue reading “Connecting SODAQ ExpLoRer to Orange LoRaWAN network”
This post explains how to use ST LoRaWAN development kit to transmit data over French Orange LoRaWAN network. We will use a sample source code from ST, which we will compile and link using System Workbench for STM32, based on Eclipse. Continue reading “Connecting ST LoRaWAN development kit to Orange LoRaWAN network”
Here is a list of various low cost programmable boards or kits, with some (wireless) connectivity. This list is maintained on a best effort basis only.