Arduino documentation with a lot of info to get started with TTN


#1

About 2 years ago, I got started playing around with Arduino. To document my experiences, I created a Word document, describing sensors, actuators, datasheets, pinouts, sample sketches etc. This resulted in a document of 580 pages. I share this document Last month I added three extra sections about TTN and

  • Working with TTN Production, creating applications and devices throught ttnctl, single channel gateway.
  • Building nodes with RFM95W, HopeRF adapter, Dragino shield and RN2484
  • Data handling and decoding with ttn console, ttnctl, mqtt and node-red.

Feel free to use this document for working with Arduino and/or TTN.

You can download this PDF file through the following link:

Version 1.16.2 http://bit.ly/eve_arduino
If you dont't trust this bit.ly link, use the following URL:


(Jr01) #2

Wow, thank you, new to TTN and LoRa, struggling to get my head around it. I am sure this will help! For last year have been playing with ESP8266, Node-Red and MQTT. My experiences in blog http://iotplay.blogspot.com

But ready to spread my wings to get an understanding of Lopy. Thanks again!


#3

Very impressive, thanks for sharing!


#4

wow, very VERY impressive.. it's a book ! well done :relaxed:


#5

Excellent work man! thanks for sharing


#6

Thanks for sharing!


(Kent Hansson) #7

Impressive work, thanks for sharing.


#8

Excellent work!
Very valuable!
Thanks!
:+1:


#9

Very impressive!
I picked a few sections that are of my interest at this moment. I found a few typos. How can I contribute and inform you about them?


#10

Thanks for your reply. I would like to be informed about typos, but I have no idea how you coul easily inform me about them. Do you have suggestions.

I'll take a look at a way to do this.

With regards,

Erik Verberne


#11

Erik, Until we have a better option, I will use the email address that is in the document header.


(Antonio Azcona) #12

Great Info and thanks for sharing. Really appreciated!


#13

Very nice. Thanks for sharing.