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DWM-RAK2245 Pi HAT Raspberry Pi 3B Lora Tracker start kit

DWM-RAK2245 Pi HAT Raspberry Pi 3B Lora tracker start kit is a LoRaWAN gateway  Module based on SX1301,Pre-install LoRa gateway OS.

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DWM-RAK2245 Pi HAT Raspberry Pi 3B Lora Tracker start kit <h1>Introduction</h1> <p>RAK2245 Pi HAT is a module with Raspberry PI form factor. It can be plugged into Raspberry PI such as Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ as a complete RF front end of LoRa gateway. This module supports eight channels and is available different variants for global frequency bands. The board is an ultra-compact module which measures only 60mm x 30mm x 14.9mm, inclusive of GPS module and heat sink; this is the smallest LoRaWAN gateway module available in the market. RAK2245 can provide low data rate LoRa radio links in ultra-fast speed. It is powered by a Semtech SX1301 transceiver concentrator that is capable of managing packets from many remotely dispersed end-points. Two Semtech SX125X are integrated for RF front end I/Q transceivers. The RAK2245 Pi HAT is a complete and cost efficient LoRa gateway solution that can help you develop a full LoRa system. This is an economical way to create different solutions like smart grid, intelligent farm and other IoT applications. It is also ideal for manufacturing small series that can expand into more applications.</p> <h2>Main Features</h2> <p>Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ edition.<br />SX1301 base band processor, emulates 49 x LoRa demodulators 10 parallel demodulation paths, support 8 uplinks channel, 1 downlink channel. <br />2 x SX125x Tx/Rx front-ends high/ low frequency. <br />Supports 5V power supply, integrated level conversion circuit. <br />TX power up to 27dBm, RX sensitivity down to -139dBm@SF12, BW 125KHz. <br />Supports latest LoRaWAN 1.0.2 protocol. <br />Supports global license-free frequency band (EU433, CN470, EU868, US915, AS923, AU915, KR920, IN865 and AS920). <br />Supports SPI interface. <br />Integrated the Ublox MAX-7Q GPS Module.</p> <h2>Key Fetures:</h2> <p> <img title="dwm-rak2245-pi-hat-based-sx1301-8-channels-lorawan-gateway-with-gps-modul-Feature" src="http://dwmzone.com/img/cms/dwm-rak2245-pi-hat-based-sx1301-8-channels-lorawan-gateway-with-gps-modul-Feature.jpg" alt="dwm-rak2245-pi-hat-based-sx1301-8-channels-lorawan-gateway-with-gps-modul-Feature" width="650" height="619" /></p> <h2>PIN Definition</h2> <p> <img title="dwm-rak2245-pi-hat-based-sx1301-8-channels-lorawan-gateway-with-gps-modul" src="http://dwmzone.com/img/cms/dwm-rak2245-pi-hat-based-sx1301-8-channels-lorawan-gateway-with-gps-modul.png" alt="dwm-rak2245-pi-hat-based-sx1301-8-channels-lorawan-gateway-with-gps-modul" width="650" height="490" /></p> <table style="width: 573px;" border="2" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"><colgroup><col width="41" /> <col width="117" /> <col width="415" /> </colgroup> <tbody> <tr> <td class="xl69" width="41" height="21">Pin </td> <td class="xl70" width="117">Name</td> <td class="xl70" width="415">Description</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">1</td> <td class="xl65">3.3V </td> <td class="xl65">3.3V Supply Voltage</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">2</td> <td class="xl65">5V</td> <td class="xl65">5V Supply Voltage</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="16">3</td> <td class="xl66" width="117">SDA</td> <td class="xl65">I2C_SDA (Connect to GPS Module I2C_SDA)</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">4</td> <td class="xl65">5V</td> <td class="xl65">5V Supply Voltage</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">5</td> <td class="xl65">SCL</td> <td class="xl65">I2C_SCL (Connect to GPS Module I2C_SCL)</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">6</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">7</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="39">8</td> <td class="xl65">UART_RXD</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">It should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s UART_TXD. This pin is connected to GPS Module’s UART_RXD internally.</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">9</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="37">10</td> <td class="xl65">UART_TXD</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">It should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s UART_RXD. This pin is connected to GPS Module’s UART_TXD internally.</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">11</td> <td class="xl65">RESE</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">SX1301 RESET (GPIO17 of RASPBERRY PI)</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">12</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">13</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">14</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">15</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">16</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">17</td> <td class="xl65">3.3V </td> <td class="xl65">3.3V Supply Voltage</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">18</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="41">19</td> <td class="xl65">SPI_ MOSI</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">It should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s SPI_ MOSI. This pin is connected to SX1301’s SPI_MOSI internally.</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">20</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="40">21</td> <td class="xl65">SPI_MISO</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">It should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s SPI_MISO. This pin is connected to SX1301’s SPI_MISO internally</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">22</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="39">23</td> <td class="xl65">SPI_CLK</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">It should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s SPI_SCLK. This pin is connected to SX1301’s SPI_CLK internally.</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="39">24</td> <td class="xl65">SPI_CS</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">It should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s SPI_CE0. This pin is connected to SX1301’s SPI_CS internally</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">25</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">26</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">27</td> <td class="xl65">I2C_SDA</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">I2C_SDA for HAT ID EEPROM</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">28</td> <td class="xl65">I2C_SCL</td> <td class="xl66" width="415">I2C_SCL for HAT ID EEPROM</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">29</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">30</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">31</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">32</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">33</td> <td class="xl65">RESET_GPS</td> <td class="xl65">GPS Module reset PIN (GPIO13 of Raspberry Pi)</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">34</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">35</td> <td class="xl65">STANDBY_GPS</td> <td class="xl65">GPS Module standby PIN (GPIO19 of Raspberry Pi)</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">36</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">37</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">38</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">39</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> <td class="xl65">GND</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="xl67" height="20">40</td> <td class="xl65">NC</td> <td class="xl65">No Connection</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <h2>Useful Link:</h2> <h3>User manual</h3> <ul> <li><span style="color: #ff0000;"><a class="pdf" style="font-size: 11px;" href="http://docs.rakwireless.com/en/LoRa/RAK2245-Pi-HAT/Hardware-Specification/RAK2245_Pi_Hat_User_Manual_V1.2.pdf" target="_blank"><span style="color: #ff0000;">RAK2245_Pi_Hat_User_Manual_V1.2.pdf</span></a></span></li> <li><span style="color: #ff0000;"><a class="pdf" style="font-size: 11px;" href="http://docs.rakwireless.com/en/LoRa/RAK2245-Pi-HAT/Hardware-Specification/RAK2245_Pi_Hat_Product_Brief_V1.1.pdf" target="_blank"><span style="color: #ff0000;">RAK2245_Pi_Hat_Product_Brief_V1.1.pdf</span></a></span></li> </ul> <p><span style="color: #ff0000;"><br /></span></p> <p><span style="color: #ff0000;"> </span></p> <h3><a class="tab-a active-a" href="https://www.rakwireless.com/en/download/LoRa/RAK2245#Hardware-Specification" data-id="tab-Hardware-Specification">Hardware-Specification</a></h3> <ul> <li><span style="color: #ff0000;"><a class="pdf" href="http://docs.rakwireless.com/en/LoRa/RAK2245/Hardware-Specification/RAK2245_RAK831_Design_Guide_Comparison.pdf" target="_blank"><span style="color: #ff0000;">RAK2245_RAK831_Design_Guide_Comparison.pdf</span></a></span></li> </ul> <p><span style="color: #ff0000;"> </span></p> <ul> <li><span style="color: #ff0000;"><a class="dxf" href="http://docs.rakwireless.com/en/LoRa/RAK2245/Hardware-Specification/RAK2245_pwb.dxf" target="_blank"><span style="color: #ff0000;">RAK2245_pwb.dxf</span></a></span></li> </ul> <p><span style="color: #ff0000;"> </span></p> <h3>open source code link:</h3> <p>Here is the open source code link:<span style="color: #ff0000;"><a title="open source link" href="%20https://github.com/RAKWireless/RAK2245-LoRaGateway-RPi-LoRa-Gateway-OS"><span style="color: #ff0000;"> https://github.com/RAKWireless/RAK2245-LoRaGateway-RPi-LoRa-Gateway-OS</span></a></span></p>
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Introduction

RAK2245 Pi HAT is a module with Raspberry PI form factor. It can be plugged into Raspberry PI such as Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ as a complete RF front end of LoRa gateway. This module supports eight channels and is available different variants for global frequency bands. The board is an ultra-compact module which measures only 60mm x 30mm x 14.9mm, inclusive of GPS module and heat sink; this is the smallest LoRaWAN gateway module available in the market. RAK2245 can provide low data rate LoRa radio links in ultra-fast speed. It is powered by a Semtech SX1301 transceiver concentrator that is capable of managing packets from many remotely dispersed end-points. Two Semtech SX125X are integrated for RF front end I/Q transceivers. The RAK2245 Pi HAT is a complete and cost efficient LoRa gateway solution that can help you develop a full LoRa system. This is an economical way to create different solutions like smart grid, intelligent farm and other IoT applications. It is also ideal for manufacturing small series that can expand into more applications.

Main Features

Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ edition.
SX1301 base band processor, emulates 49 x LoRa demodulators 10 parallel demodulation paths, support 8 uplinks channel, 1 downlink channel. 
2 x SX125x Tx/Rx front-ends high/ low frequency. 
Supports 5V power supply, integrated level conversion circuit. 
TX power up to 27dBm, RX sensitivity down to -139dBm@SF12, BW 125KHz. 
Supports latest LoRaWAN 1.0.2 protocol. 
Supports global license-free frequency band (EU433, CN470, EU868, US915, AS923, AU915, KR920, IN865 and AS920). 
Supports SPI interface. 
Integrated the Ublox MAX-7Q GPS Module.

Key Fetures:

 dwm-rak2245-pi-hat-based-sx1301-8-channels-lorawan-gateway-with-gps-modul-Feature

PIN Definition

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Pin NameDescription
13.3V 3.3V Supply Voltage
25V5V Supply Voltage
3SDAI2C_SDA (Connect to GPS Module I2C_SDA)
45V5V Supply Voltage
5SCLI2C_SCL (Connect to GPS Module I2C_SCL)
6GNDGND
7NCNo Connection
8UART_RXDIt should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s UART_TXD. This pin is connected to GPS Module’s UART_RXD internally.
9GNDGND
10UART_TXDIt should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s UART_RXD. This pin is connected to GPS Module’s UART_TXD internally.
11RESESX1301 RESET (GPIO17 of RASPBERRY PI)
12NCNo Connection
13NCNo Connection
14GNDGND
15NCNo Connection
16NCNo Connection
173.3V 3.3V Supply Voltage
18NCNo Connection
19SPI_ MOSIIt should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s SPI_ MOSI. This pin is connected to SX1301’s SPI_MOSI internally.
20GNDGND
21SPI_MISOIt should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s SPI_MISO. This pin is connected to SX1301’s SPI_MISO internally
22NCNo Connection
23SPI_CLKIt should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s SPI_SCLK. This pin is connected to SX1301’s SPI_CLK internally.
24SPI_CSIt should be connected to RASPBERRY PI’s SPI_CE0. This pin is connected to SX1301’s SPI_CS internally
25GNDGND
26NCNo Connection
27I2C_SDAI2C_SDA for HAT ID EEPROM
28I2C_SCLI2C_SCL for HAT ID EEPROM
29NCNo Connection
30GNDGND
31NCNo Connection
32NCNo Connection
33RESET_GPSGPS Module reset PIN (GPIO13 of Raspberry Pi)
34GNDGND
35STANDBY_GPSGPS Module standby PIN (GPIO19 of Raspberry Pi)
36NCNo Connection
37NCNo Connection
38NCNo Connection
39GNDGND
40NCNo Connection

Useful Link:

User manual


 

Hardware-Specification

 

 

open source code link:

Here is the open source code link: https://github.com/RAKWireless/RAK2245-LoRaGateway-RPi-LoRa-Gateway-OS

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DWM-RAK2245 Pi HAT Raspberry Pi 3B Lora Tracker start kit

DWM-RAK2245 Pi HAT Raspberry Pi 3B Lora Tracker start kit

DWM-RAK2245 Pi HAT Raspberry Pi 3B Lora tracker start kit is a LoRaWAN gateway  Module based on SX1301,Pre-install LoRa gateway OS.

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