mPCIe LoRaWAN Gateway Card


(Cliff Albert) #51

Unfortunately this card is not mPCIe compatible. It uses a supply voltage of 5V, which is not in mPCIe spec. It just uses mPCIe/mSATA/M.2 formfactor. But is not useable in a standard mPCIe slot.


(Nestor Ayuso) #52

The last one is Miromico FMLR PCIE-GW-868 LBT
http://www.miromico.ch/tl_files/downloads/flyer/FMLR_Indoor_Picocell_Gateways.pdf

with listen before talk, so reference design 2

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/miromicos-lorawan-multi-protocol-picocell-gateways-enable-raimondi/


(Cliff Albert) #53

I am compiling a list of “mPCIe” cards with availability and compatibility:

https://oisec.net/articles/2018-04-11/mpcie-lorawan-gateway-cards

I’ll try to keep it updated whenever a new card surfaces and will add experiences with them as soon as they are available.


#54

833
betatesters - https://www.aliexpress.com/store/2805180


(Nestor Ayuso) #55

http://docs.rakwireless.com/en/RAK833%20LoRa%20Gateway/Hardware%20Design/RAK833 LoRa gateway DataSheet_v1.2.pdf


#56

would it fit in here


(Sj Park) #57

Does RAK833 support LBT?


(Nestor Ayuso) #58

noooo


(Nestor Ayuso) #59

LPWAN.CC LPGWMD002
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http://bbs.lpwan.cc/article/6

http://bbs.lpwan.cc/article/7


(Kenyu) #60

Does LBT is quite important now for Gateway? That need increase the cost of hardware. Any insight? look forward to get your valuable comments


(Nestor Ayuso) #61

Not important. It is only necessary for KR920-923 region for Korea


(Jeff Uk) #62

So that’s important in Korea then! :wink: Guess everything is relative :slight_smile:


(Cliff Albert) #63

5V card so not mPCIe compatible.


(Vanthome) #64

Hello, I want to inform anyone that ordering for our concentrator card in 4 variants:

I also want to point out that we will soon offer the following accessories:

  • Antennas
  • Antenna Pigtail
  • USB to Mini PCIe adapter

(Vanthome) #65

Hi Cliff, would you mind updating your table that or the n-fuse card is now available in 868 Mhz and 915 Mhz variants?


(Cliff Albert) #66

sure, no problem :slight_smile:


(Jose Marcelino) #67

Hi, are the n-fuse really already available as in they’re already in stock and ready to ship?

The website says “Available in Q3 2018.” which is a bit confusing. Also if they are ready maybe you should update the 3D render to an actual photo as it gives it more credibility. Thanks!


(Vanthome) #68

Sorry that is a leftover on the website, they are all in stock.


(Vanthome) #69

For the LRWCCx-MPCIE and an mPCIe to USB adapter, there is now a Windows Application called “PicoGW UI”. With this you can set up a Gateway (also TTN compatible) under Windows quickly. There is a ZIP file with the software and a user guide downloadable on the product page.


(LuoF) #70