LoRa Stik Launch - USB LoRaWAN using RN2903/RN2483

Over the past two years I’ve been working with LoRa devices and designed LoRa Stik for my own needs. LoRa technology along with LoRa stick have made my life a lot simpler. I’ve made a lot of small improvements to LoRa Stik over recent months; It has been a valuable tool for me and I think it is finally time for me to share it with everyone.

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Love the simplicity of this. Let me know if you need any further help from us.

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Received mine from crowdsupply the other day, and just getting into playing with serial commands. I was looking for any pre-existing java-type programmes to provide a GUI for it on MacOs or Linux, do you know of any/might you be working on one?

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If you download the Lora Development Suite from here https://www.microchip.com/DevelopmentTools/ProductDetails/DV164140-2 it should install a java app called “LoRa Dev Utility” it sounds like the type of thing you’re looking for. I should probably add a mention of it in the LoStik docs.

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That’s perfect. Up and running!

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Hi, I have the LoStick RN2483 and i have also have the Lora Dev Utility running on ubuntu but i cannot get it to find my device… any suggestions what might be going wrong?
Thanks

Have you checked ‘dmesg’ output to see if the OS recognized a new USB device? And ‘lsusb’ to see if it is listed as connected?

Yes and i was able to run the python scripts in the example folders of the https://github.com/ronoth/LoStik … I’m actually trying to register the LoStick as a device in ttn

Then maybe you can provide some additional information on what you tried and what doesn’t work? Are there any error messages?