The RN2483 is a fully-certified 433/868 MHz module based on wireless LoRa® technology. The RN2483 utilizes a unique spread spectrum modulation within the Sub-GHz band to enable long range, low power, and high network capacity.
The module's embedded LoRaWAN™ Class A protocol enables seamless connectivity to any LoRaWAN compliant network infrastructure, whether public or privately deployed. The module is specifically designed for ease of use, which shortens development time and speeds time to market. LoRa technology is ideal for battery-operated sensors and low power applications such as IoT, M2M, Smart City, Sensor networks, Industrial automation, and more.
The RN2483 is the first LoRa module to pass LoRa Alliance Certification testing. It is certified to the LoRaWAN 1.0 specification, ensuring that designers can quickly and easily integrate their end devices into any LoRaWAN network.
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The RN2483 LoRa® Mote is a LoRaWAN™ Class A end-device based on the RN2483 LoRa modem. As a standalone battery-powered node, the Mote provides a convenient platform to quickly demonstrate the long-range capabilities of the modem, as well as to verify inter-operability when connecting to LoRaWAN v1.0 compliant gateways and infrastructure.
The LoRa® Network Evaluation Kit makes it easy for customers to test LoRa technology, range and data rate. The full-featured gateway board includes an LCD screen, SD Card for Config Data, Ethernet connection, 868 MHz antenna, and full-band capture radios. The Gateway evaluation kit also includes two RN2483 Mote boards (Part #
The RN2483 LoRa® Technology PICtail™/PICtail Plus Daughter Board is a development board that showcases the Microchip RN2483 Low-Power Long Range, LoRa® Technology Transceiver Module.
Development of a LoRa system with the RN2483 connected to Microchip’s PIC MCU line is possible on PIC18 Explorer boards via the 28-pin PICtail connector, or...