Using Non-Standard LoRaWAN Frequencies



  • Hi Guys,
    First post to this forum...

    I'm needing to be able to define a set of custom frequencies in the 868MHz range for LoRaWAN communications to a local commercial gateway that I cannot control...

    Looking at the documentation here: https://docs.pycom.io/lopy/library/network.html#class-lora it says:

    In LoRa.LORAWAN mode, only adr, public and tx_retries are used. All the other params will be ignored as theiy are handled by the LoRaWAN stack directly.

    So as things are currently I'm picking that I cannot change the LoRaWAN frequencies this library is using. Is that correct or are the docs wrong?

    Here is the table of frequencies I need to configure from here: http://kotahi.net/connect/

    Channel Frequency (MHz) Bandwidth (kHz) Sp Factor/Data Rate
    0 865.0 125 12-7/0-5
    1 865.2 125 12-7/0-5
    2 865.4 125 12-7/0-5
    3 866.2 125 12-7/0-5
    4 866.4 125 12-7/0-5
    5 866.6 125 12-7/0-5
    6 866.8 125 12-7/0-5
    7 867.0 125 12-7/0-5
    8 865.6 250 7/6

    Any suggestions?

    Regards
    Alex Shepherd



  • @mossynz said in Using Non-Standard LoRaWAN Frequencies:

    Hi Alex, good to chat to you, as discussed Daniel and team should have the documentation updated about using the new API in this new firmware release. Cheers good luck - Mossy

    @mossynz can you email your contact details to: kiwi64ajs at gmail.com

    Regards

    Alex Shepherd



  • @mossynz Thanks for the feedback. Do you know when the document will be available?



  • Hi Alex, good to chat to you, as discussed Daniel and team should have the documentation updated about using the new API in this new firmware release. Cheers good luck - Mossy


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