Multi-Channel LoRaWAN Gateway Module

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The Multi-Channel Gateway Module is a 10 channels (8 x Multi-SF + 1 x Standard LoRa + 1 x FSK) LoRa/LoRaWAN gateway or concentrator module. The module is integrated on a 24 pins DIP hearder, with this header user could connect the module with their own embedded platform to build a customized gateway easily.

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The Multi-Channel Gateway Module is a 10 channels (8 x Multi-SF + 1 x Standard LoRa + 1 x FSK) LoRa/LoRaWAN gateway or concentrator module. The module is integrated on a 24 pins DIP hearder, with this header user could connect the module with their own embedded platform to build a customized gateway easily.

The LoRaWAN chip is produced by RisingHF and certified by Lora Alliance to implement the LoRaWAN protocol.

Features

  • Long range communications
  • High stability
  • Multi channels and multi spread factor receiving

Application

  • Smart city
  • Wisdom agriculture
  • Metering (Water meter、Electric meter、Gas meter)
  • All kinds of other long range IoT applications

Electrical Characteristics

Operating voltage:less than 6V
Operating temperature:-40°C to +85°C
Dimension:40 x 63 mm
RF input power :less than -13dBm
Interface:SPI

This module can be combined/connected to your own Raspberry Pi 3. You will need a bridge board to make the physical connection to the Raspberry Pi 3.  The bridge board can be purchased separately at Bridge Board (click here)

For LoRaWAN server, you can choose to use any of the available servers out there.  As for reference, we have tested that it fully work with the TheThingsNetwork (TTN) LoRaWAN Server. You will need to build and install the following code into your Raspberry Pi 3.  Please follow the instructions as in the link :

https://github.com/orenonline/ic880a-gateway/tree/spi

And modify your "start.sh" file afterwards to be like the below :

https://github.com/orenonline/ic880a-gateway/blob/risinghf/start.sh

Now, you should be able to get your LoRaWAN to work.  If you find all this troublesome and you want to save your time, plug and play, heads up to our "bundle" kit at :

Bundle Kit (click here)