Sample code running on Lora Radio Node v1.0 board with Low Power enabled
This sample code is documented in a blog post you can find (on disk91.com)[https://www.disk91.com/2019/technology/lora/first-steps-with-lora-radio-node-arduino/]
Running a periodic communication over LoRaWan using a LoRa Radio Node v1.0 Board This demo is using a synchronous LMIC wrapper to simplify reading and understanding for beginers. You need to setup you LoRaWan configuration in the LoraWan.cpp file before beeing able to register on TTN network or any other Network.
- LMIC LoRaWan stack (find it in library manager)
- LMIC need a little setup, please read: https://www.disk91.com/2019/technology/lora/hoperf-rfm95-and-arduino-a-low-cost-lorawan-solution/
- To get more information about this board, please read: https://www.disk91.com/2019/technology/lora/first-steps-with-lora-radio-node-arduino/