Ebyte LoRa E32 series are a collection of wireless transceiver modules. In this article series, we will explore the Ebyte LoRa E32 device and its integration with MicroPython. This first article will focus on the specifications and basic use of the device.
The STM32F4 Black-Pill, a powerful and versatile microcontroller, offers promising potential for IoT applications when integrated with LoRa modules like EByte’s E32, E22, and E220. In this article, we’ll examine the Shield I use for rapid prototyping that supports all the LoRa modules described.
The Internet of Things (IoT) landscape is evolving at a rapid pace, leading to an increased demand for robust and scalable communication technologies. LoRa, or Long Range, is one such technology that has gained significant traction in recent years. In this article, we will delve into the integration of STM32F1 Blue-Pill, a highly capable microcontroller, with EByte LoRa E32, E22, and E220 shield modules, which are popular for long-range, low-power applications.
I start using STM32 microcontrollers, and I find they are of superior quality. But I need a prototyping board to do my work faster.
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.
Ebyte LoRa E22 device for Arduino, esp32 or esp8266: fixed transmission, broadcast, monitor, and RSSI – 4
In this article, I’d like to show the various transmission types of our E22 UART LoRa device based on popular Semtech’s SX1262, SX1268 RF chip.
And now a new update for my Simple FTP Server library. Ideal for creating an FTP server on various devices (esp8266, esp32, Arduino Ethernet, WiFi NiNa etc) and filesystems (FAT, SPIFFS, LittleFS etc.). Here is the guide to use this library on Wio Terminal.
Here a tutorial on E32 LoRa (Long Range) device very cheap and very long range (from 3Km to 8Km).
In this chapter we are going to wake on radio the LoRa E32 and microcontroller and we show the ESP32 DEV KIT v1 shield created for this device.
I would like to introduce version 2 of the EMailSender library, a great evolution compared to version 1, with support for Arduino with w5100, w5200 and w5500 ethernet devices and enc28J60 clone devices, support for esp32 and esp8266 and finally (from version 2.2.0) support for all Arduino (SAMD) devices using the WiFiNINA library (Arduino UNO WiFi Rev.2, Arduino NANO 33 IoT, Arduino MKR 1010 and Arduino MKR VIDOR 4000 WiFi etc.). Now you can add attachments also, loaded from storage device like SD or SPIFFS.
One most common need when you use IOT device with WIFI is the first connection attemp, It’s very tedious to hard code WIFI parameter, but a library allows you to connect your esp8266/esp32 to different Access Points (AP) without having to hard code and upload new code to your board. Additionally, you can also add custom parameters (variables) and manage multiple SSID connections with the WiFiManager library.
Here I’d like to explain the version 2 of the EMailSender library, a big evolution respect to version 1, with support for Arduino with w5100, w5200 and w5500 ethernet shield and enc28J60 clone devices, and support for esp32 and esp8266.
Now you can add attachments also, loaded from storage device like SD, SPIFFS or LittleFS per esp8266.
Here esp8266 and esp32 usage.