In this toolbox for LoRa-based developers, you’ll find the tools you need to develop an end-to-end solution, including LoRa Basics™, Cloud Servers, and code samples.
Semtech PCB Design Review Service
The Semtech PCB Design Review Service is available to developers to help ensure that your LoRa®-based hardware will function properly. This service is freely available to those developing applications that are destined for production of more than 5,000 units per year.
LoRa Basics Station
LoRa Basics Station is an implementation of a LoRa® packet forwarder, which can be remotely managed by a Configuration and Update Server (CUPS) at regular intervals to obtain configuration, system, and firmware updates.
Available in GitHub, LoRAMAC-Node provides an endpoint LoRaWAN® stack implementation, with examples of Class A, B, and C devices. Developed for five geographic regions, it supports firmware updates over-the-air (FUOTA) and drivers for SX1272/73, SX1276/77/78/79 and SX1261/2, as well as for other chips complying with the LoRaWAN specification.
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LoRa Basics MAC
LoRa Basics MAC is a portable implementation of the LoRa Alliance™ LoRaWAN® specification in the C programming language. LoRa Basics MAC supports multiple regions, selectable at compile and/or run-time. Class A, Class B, and Class C devices are supported.
Welcome to the LoRa Cloud™ Portal, the place to find value-added APIs that enable simple solutions for common tasks related to LoRaWAN® networks and LoRa®-based devices. Here, users can explore available services, sign up, and manage subscriptions.
This user guide is a walkthrough for the steps required for an end to end demo with Semtech modems product family, over LoRaWAN radio communication.