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LoStik - The Open Source LoRa Development Tool US915
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This is the US915 version for the US/Canada
LoStik is a USB-connected LoRaWAN development tool. It allows users to test LoRa networks and rapidly prototype devices. Simply plug it in to a USB port and it appears as a serial port. This gives you a simple terminal interface to configure and connect to a LoRaWAN network, and send/receive data.
You can use this to test your network, simulate other devices to debug integrations, build quick prototypes of LoRa nodes using a Raspberry Pi, or LoRaWAN enable an existing computer/device.
The LoStik is easily controlled by Python scripts using the serial port, there examples in the Github repository that give a great start to writing custom code for your application.
Note: This is a development tool, it doesn't come with a friendly GUI application, it's designed for low-level experimentation and testing of LoRaWAN.
- Works with any PC, Raspberry Pi, or BeagleBone
- Simple ASCII interface
- Fully enclosed, safe and easy to handle
- Supports 915MHz Packet mode LoRa® (packet mode) or LoRaWAN™
- Compatible with The Things Network and other LoRa network servers
- Based on the well-supported RN2903 by Microchip
- Two user-programmable LEDs
- Open source
- Connectivity: USB 2.0
- Power Consumption: 140 ma typical TX, 20 ma idle (with power LED)
- Dimensions: 80 mm x 25 mm x 12 mm (without antenna)
- Receiver Sensitivity: down to -146 dBm
- TX Power: adjustable up to +18.5 dBm
- Range: up to 15 km coverage in suburban and up to 5 km coverage in urban areas