This is the main topic for the new Heltec CubeCell Series products.
The CubeCell products are based on the ASR650x series SiP (system-in-package) which combine a Cypress PSoC 4000 ARM Cortex-M0+ 32 bits 48MHz MCU (with 16kB SRAM and 128kB flash) together with a Semtech SX1262 LoRa tranceiver in a single package.
The CubeCell modules have an integrated LoRaWAN stack (based on Semtech’s LoRaMac-node). It can be programmed via API and also via serial AT commands.
The CubeCell products support development with the Arduino framework. Sketches are uploaded via the serial port. The development boards have a USB port with USB-to-serial so sketches can be easily uploaded via USB. Uploading sketches to the sensor capsules requires a special adapter from Heltec.
The CubeCell development boards and sensor capsules come in different shapes with different optional features like UFL/IPEX or SMA antenna connector, RGB LED, OLED display, battery holder, GPS and solar panel (connection).
For an actual overview of available CubeCell products, links to product documentation, GitHub repository and PlatformIO documentation see Part 2 of this topic:
For the next part of this topic see: Heltec CubeCell - part 2
Original post by @rodri16 :
Hi, there is a new board from Heltec called CubeCell, Arduino compatible.
What do you think?