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Pure MicroPython Things Network implementation #1309

goatchurchprime opened this issue Nov 8, 2019 · 0 comments


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@goatchurchprime goatchurchprime commented Nov 8, 2019

We've got one of these monstrosities, which I have loaded micropython onto and can stream the GPS data out to MQTT

To turn this into a tracker we need to get a pure MicroPython version of the LoRa/ThingsNetwork protocol to work.

This only existed in the LoPy libraries or the arduino C++.

It looks like a pure MicroPython version exists.

I'll need help from @ajlennon to get the whole encrypto-chain through to the TTN interface working.

The circuit-python thing seems to be using HopeRFM69W
(code) while the LoPy and the TTGO are based on Semtech SX1276 (reference)

If we get this working, then:

(a) Will can have his automatic GPS -> googlespreadsheet updates every 15 minutes, and he has promised to write the docs/javascript code to remove the duplicates and turn the GPS positions into site positions and automatically generate his traveling salesman visit sheet of site visits.

(b) I can revamp the mitems hardware to use the bare ESP32s with the true low-power operation from a battery without the breakout board circuitry, using an adequate LoRa chip, and try deploying it in use cases.

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