This article, the fourth in our series, provides an in-depth analysis of the different transmission types that can be realized with the EByte LoRa E32 module utilizing MicroPython. By understanding these transmission modalities, developers can effectively harness the power of these tools and tailor their applications to meet specific needs.
Tagged: Arduino SAMD boards
The Atmel’s ATSAMD21 is a low-power, high-performance Microchip’s ARM® Cortex®-M0+ based flash microcontroller.
I love the I2C protocol, and when I need a sensor, every time I try to find one with this protocol, I have also written some libraries for various sensors that use I2C.
In this article, we will learn I2C basics, analyze the Arduino SAMD MKR management, add interfaces with SERCOM, and create a heterogeneous network.
Arduino SAMD devices don’t have an internal SPI flash memory, but it is clear that a fast and small memory like that can be very useful, so we are to talk again (and again and again and again…) about storage systems.
Ebyte LoRa E220 device for Arduino, esp32 or esp8266: manage Wake On Radio and sends structured data – 5
In this article, we look at the Wake On Radio (WOR), one of the essential features of our Ebyte E220 UART LoRa device based on LLCC68 Wireless Modules.
Then we understand how to manage complex structures that are better optimized than string format data.
Ebyte LoRa E220 device for Arduino, esp32 or esp8266: fixed transmission, broadcast, monitor, and RSSI – 4
In this article we try to examine better how to configure the Ebyte E220 UART LoRa device based on LLCC68 Wireless Modules.
One of the essential features of Arduino Nano 33 IoT or MKR WiFi 1010 is the WiFi module. Arduino does complete and powerful work; all the management of networking functionality lives around the WiFiNINA library; in this article we try to better understand their use.
Here is my tutorial on Ebyte E220 LoRa devices based on the LLCC68, very economical with a reduced consumption compared to the sx1268 and with a very wide range (from 5Km to 11Km).
In this article, we will see how to configure the devices.
Now we’re looking at Wake On Radio (WOR) and power-saving, one of the essential features of our E22 UART LoRa device based on popular Semtech’s SX1262, SX1268 RF chips.
Then we’ll understand how to manage complex structures that are better optimized than string format data.