dbLoRa-X1 is a Arduino compatible battery operated LoRaWAN End Node

dbLoRa-X1 is a Arduino compatible battery operated LoRaWAN End Node

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Arduino compatible battery-operated LoRaWAN End Node using the RFM95 with the ATMega328P microcontroller.

Requirements:

  1. Install the Arduino IDE
  2. Install MCCI LMIC library https://github.com/mcci-catena/arduino-lmic
  3. Inside the Arduino Libraries folder, Go to Arduino\libraries\MCCI_LoRaWAN_LMIC_library\project_config
  4. Choose your region and chip accordingly
  5. Example: For India 865 MH branch, select #define CFG_in866 1 & #define CFG_sx1276_radio 1
  6. Change the OTAA Keys
  7. Upload the program onto the board using a USB-UART converter

the project files are available on Github.com

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