Trying to set one of the RM1xx modules to act as Single Ch Gateway. Since it’s a gateway related topic thought to post it here, in case others want to use RM1xx as Single Ch Gateway for proof of concept (if possible)
Couple of issues:
What pin is CS_A (NSS), DIO 0,. Trying to match the pins witch Single Channel gateway guide.
Do I define CS_A (NSS), DIO 0 in RM1xx module software with any available SIO_ pin? I’m on Mini board.
I’ve compiled the single_chan_pkt_fwd as described in this post. I guess this code will run on RPi or another microcontroller. What gets loaded to RM1xx LoRAWAN module to receive data from another RM1xx module and pass it to Raspberry pi.
Sorry I might not have made my question clear enough.
I’m asking if anyone was using the RM186 together with a Single Channel Gateway (which could be anything, a Pi, ESP8266, LoPy -not the RM186)
Essentially I’m looking for some way to lock the RM186 to a single frequency, perhaps via MAC commands or the channel map. It’s not just the RM186 that needs this, so I think this topic is the best place to ask.
ESP-1ch-Gateway-v4.0 with RFM96 433Mhz
If I have the RFM96 433Mhz modules. can I use them with the ESP-1ch-Gateway-v4.0 ? if so what do I need to change in config file for it to work? (I saw that I need to change “freqs” array in loraModem.h but the “#define CFG_sx1276_radio” is the same…)
@diegoalvarez Hi Diego, I am also in Australia and I am having trouble trying to get my node communicating with the gateway. Are you using the Arudino-LMIC library with the ttn sketch? What changes did you make to the sketch to get it working?
Hi all, shiva115, just FYI there are 4 people in Cairns, Australia currently trying to make single channel gateways work using a variety of different libraries, examples and codebases. From Pi to Arduino. Our common thread is we are all using the rfm95. No success so far. We have many, many questions, and lots of observations as a group, but essentially, haven’t given up. Note: We are not coding our own AU systems, just making mods to existing systems. It seems there is no combination of codebase that is robust, reliable or even works, that includes both single channel gateway and node working via TTN. If anyone has a combo that they know works, feel free to share
How do I setup an Arduino with RFM95 Node to use always the same channel (for use with a single channel gateway)?
The following code doesn’t work (found here: Single Channel Gateway part 2) . The channel is still switched:
If I use the single channel gateway from @JBraam with the settings (GW_SF = “ALL”), I get “rx timeout”.
The node and the ESP8266 single channel gateway are in 0.5m distance of each other. With the settings (GW_SF = “SF7”) it works.