Don’t try to play wise guy. We do not appreciate such behavior on the forum.
You seem unable to clearly describe your own requirements (independent from LoRaWAN). That is not a good starting point for asking help.
As said before, many things are possible if you write your own firmware but it will be your own responsibility to convert your data into a form that can be send via LoRaWAN messages, both uplink and downlink.
If you use prebuild devices from manufacturers then you will be bound to the functions that such device was designed for.
You are still not clear and not providing details in your latest response e.g.:
- What type of interface?
- What type of data?
- “Data that I create”, what data and where do you create it that it has to be transferred to a LoRaWAN node?
- “but you have to type modem-type AT-commands into a console”
Do you really? What about asking different questions? e.g. ‘how can I get data from A to B’ (where you of course have to clearly specify A and B yourself).
Your questions lack scope and detail, therefore answers can be many and complex.
Based on your latest response I can only repeat my previous advice:
- Decide what your requirements are and then ask specific targeted questions.
- Do some homework on LoRaWAN first, read about its concepts, possibilities and limitations.
Be clear and specific and provide details.