The aim of this project is to help users set up a LoRa network easily. The User Guide can be get from our Web.
This project currently provides support for the below platforms.
- RAK2245 + RPi
- RAK831 + RPi
- RAK7243 without LTE
2019-06-18 RAK V2.8
- 1.Add eth0 config
- 2.After the network is disconnected, lora_pkt_fwd restarts
- 3.Modify loraserver.toml for us915 and cn 470
- 4.Streamlined local_conf.json files
2019-05-06 RAK V2.5
- Add AP mode
2019-04-26 RAK V2.4
- Add loraserver
2019-03-19 RAK V2.2
- Initial version
Precompiled Firmware image
If you want to use a precompiled firmware image directly, please download the latest one from RAK website: https://www.rakwireless.com/en/download/LoRa/RAK2245-Pi-HAT#Firmware
Install by yourself
If you want to install from zore by yourself, please do as the following steps:
step1 : Download and install Raspbian Stretch LITE
step2 : Use "sudo raspi-config" command, enable spi interface
step3 : Clone the installer and start the installation
$ git clone https://github.com/RAKWireless/RAK2245-RAK831-LoRaGateway-RPi-Raspbian-OS.git ~/RAK2245-RAK831-LoRaGateway-RPi-Raspbian-OS $ cd ~/RAK2245-RAK831-LoRaGateway-RPi-Raspbian-OS $ sudo ./install.sh
step4 : Next you will see some messages as follow. Just hit the Enter key to keep default or enter your information if you want.
Host name [rak-gateway]: Latitude : Longitude : Altitude :
step5 : Now you have a running gateway after restart!
step6 (Optional):You can use the command "sudo gateway-config" to select other bands if your hardware supports.
How to use it?
Please have a look at the getting start document on RAK website: https://www.rakwireless.com/en/download/LoRa/RAK2245-Pi-HAT#Application-Notes