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From the Forums: Feather 32u4 RFM95 LoRa Radio at 868 MHz Reaches 6.3km | #hamr

Thanks to Paolo for sending this in!

I want just to congratulate with you for this wonderful product. Using two boards with the RX and TX example codes and the antennas attached, I reached 6300 meters.


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