Sending Sensor Data over LoRa

Contributors: Mariah
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Required Materials

Below you can find all of the parts you’ll need to follow along with this tutorial; you can add what you need or if you don’t have any of these parts already, you can click to the wishlist provided and purchase it all in one go! I included two USB-C cables with this list, as I found it really helpful to have them to monitor both the transmitter and receiver, but it would work fine with just one (with the receiver powered by the battery and monitored from the OLED screen). Additionally, the LoRa Fiberglass Antenna does come with an interface N to RP-SMA cable included, but I went ahead and added the part to the wishlist for reference.

Note: For demonstration purposes we are using the Atmospheric Sensor Breakout. However, this sensor could be swapped out with many of our other sensors. In most cases, you can find code in our product hookup guides to modify the code given below if you would like to use a different sensor.