Dimi last edited by Dimi
Consider one of the many modules for M5Stack - "LORA" (Fig. 1). Buy it now on Aliexpress
Figure 1. The LORA module to the base and terminating modules
This module is a plastic frame is blue, which are fastened by means of screws special printed circuit Board (Fig. 2) with two connectors 2 on 15, the antenna and the wireless module LORA Ra-02 (Fig. 3).
On the frame on the right side (Fig. 4) embossed inscription LORA and seizure under a flat-blade screwdriver for easy removal of a module, because due to connector 2 of 15 modules are kept pretty tight.
This module is designed to organize low-speed data transmission at frequencies 410-525 MHz at a relatively large distance from 1 (within city limits) to 10 km (in open areas) with low power consumption.
Figure 2. View of module top
Figure 3. The module on the back side
Figure 4. The module side
Jay last edited by
@dimi Any plan for supporting 915MHz?
915 and 868 are designing, we are testing the antenna.
exquisitus last edited by
@m5stack so what's up on the testing?
daslolo last edited by
1 to 10 miles on low power? What are the applications? (besides decentralized internet ;)
dda last edited by
@daslolo km not miles. And there are plenty of applications for long distance comms.
X-Dron last edited by
Is this module compatible with Sim800L?
Both use GPIO-5.
JJ last edited by
As you suspect, apparently this is a problem.... they need to be using different pins.
qlion last edited by
Is there any update on the new 868 and 915 modules.
Just waiting for them.... :P