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A Developer Journey through LoRa Basics Modem

Where

Workshops Area 1

When

09/22/2022 4:00pm

Thursday 22 September 2022
07:00 am - 08:00 am PT

Add to Calendar 09/22/2022 4:00pm 09/22/2022 5:00pm Europe/Paris A Developer Journey through LoRa Basics Modem

This interactive workshop addresses the “why” and “how” behind Semtech’s introduction of LoRa Basics™
Modem. To begin, we will describe the overall architecture of the stack and the associated services. Next,
we’ll get down to brass tacks and actually do some development—nearly from scratch—to show you where
to find things such as source code, the SDK, and the documentation. From there, we’ll walk you through
configuring your end device to send data to both your application and LoRa Cloud™. Finally, we’ll show you
how easy it is to migrate the entire application code to different Semtech chips and different MCUs.
Throughout this journey, we want to hear from you. What is your experience with this new stack
implementation and the way it interacts with the radio, MCU resources, and the Lora Cloud Services? What
do you particularly like? Are there things you’d like to see work differently?
Note: This workshop is limited to 20 participants for each session.

Workshop Requirements:
Bring a computer with:
 Git
 ARM toolchain (Arm GNU Toolchain preferred –
https://developer.arm.com/Tools%20and%20Software/GNU%20Toolchain)
 Text editor / IDE
Optional:
 Create a free account on The Things Network
 Create a free account on LoRa Cloud™ Portal

Workshops Area 1

Friday 23 September 2022
04:00 pm - 05:00 pm CET

09/23/2022 07:00 am

Add to Calendar Friday 23 September 2022 04:00 pm Friday 23 September 2022 05:00 pm Europe/Paris A Developer Journey through LoRa Basics Modem

This interactive workshop addresses the “why” and “how” behind Semtech’s introduction of LoRa Basics™
Modem. To begin, we will describe the overall architecture of the stack and the associated services. Next,
we’ll get down to brass tacks and actually do some development—nearly from scratch—to show you where
to find things such as source code, the SDK, and the documentation. From there, we’ll walk you through
configuring your end device to send data to both your application and LoRa Cloud™. Finally, we’ll show you
how easy it is to migrate the entire application code to different Semtech chips and different MCUs.
Throughout this journey, we want to hear from you. What is your experience with this new stack
implementation and the way it interacts with the radio, MCU resources, and the Lora Cloud Services? What
do you particularly like? Are there things you’d like to see work differently?
Note: This workshop is limited to 20 participants for each session.

Workshop Requirements:
Bring a computer with:
 Git
 ARM toolchain (Arm GNU Toolchain preferred –
https://developer.arm.com/Tools%20and%20Software/GNU%20Toolchain)
 Text editor / IDE
Optional:
 Create a free account on The Things Network
 Create a free account on LoRa Cloud™ Portal

This interactive workshop addresses the “why” and “how” behind Semtech’s introduction of LoRa Basics™
Modem. To begin, we will describe the overall architecture of the stack and the associated services. Next,
we’ll get down to brass tacks and actually do some development—nearly from scratch—to show you where
to find things such as source code, the SDK, and the documentation. From there, we’ll walk you through
configuring your end device to send data to both your application and LoRa Cloud™. Finally, we’ll show you
how easy it is to migrate the entire application code to different Semtech chips and different MCUs.
Throughout this journey, we want to hear from you. What is your experience with this new stack
implementation and the way it interacts with the radio, MCU resources, and the Lora Cloud Services? What
do you particularly like? Are there things you’d like to see work differently?
Note: This workshop is limited to 20 participants for each session.

Workshop Requirements:
Bring a computer with:
 Git
 ARM toolchain (Arm GNU Toolchain preferred –
https://developer.arm.com/Tools%20and%20Software/GNU%20Toolchain)
 Text editor / IDE
Optional:
 Create a free account on The Things Network
 Create a free account on LoRa Cloud™ Portal