Dan Watson from The Sync Channel Blog designed and built a development breakout board that incorporates FeatherWing for LoRa applications.
LoRa is an ultra-long range wireless technology that uses sub-GHz ISM bands. It allows the interconnection of small, low-power sensor nodes and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. There are many LoRa transceiver modules on the market from manufacturers such as HopeRF and MicroChip. These modules can be used to connect small, isolated networks of nodes in custom applications. They can also be used to connect nodes to Low-Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs), such as LoRaWAN.
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