Do you need power? This breakout for the 915M30S module from EBYTE is a 1W (30dBm) LoRa transceiver. LoRa is great for long range (miles), low power (in sleep), and low data rates (~500bps). This breakout board is designed to connect to any platform that has SPI and 6 available GPIO. We include a robust edge mount RP-SMA connector to connect large LoRa (915MHz) antennas. In addition, the on-board U.FL connector can be used if you need to get outside a metal enclosure.
We've successfully broadcast 12 miles line-of-sight (thank you foothills!) using this module but your results may vary.
Our example sketches make quick work of the initial setup for the SX1276 LoRa transceiver from Semtech, and the RadioLib Arduino Library makes advanced configuration and protocols (AX.25, Hellschreiber, Morse, RTTY, and SSTV) a cinch too!
We do not plan to regularly produce SparkX products so get them while they’re hot!
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Have this guy installed in a custom remote controller with a half length hard antenna. Works well with radiolib Arduino library and teensy.
Running off an itsy bitsy M4. Programming was a challenge, but have configured for both sending and receiving LoRa. Have tested to 1 km on a breadboard. but expect can go much further than that. Very happy with this product- can't wait to really test it on a pcb.