Kongduino kindly sent me a WisDuo RAK3272s few weeks ago, it is a a breakout board for RAK nice module (RAK3172) around the STM32WL5 system on chip from ST. Let’s see how to use STM32 CubeMX to generate the initialization files and the LoRaWAN stack, then setup Visual Studio code debugger.
What can you do on a rainy evening when you go to your hackerspace?
Take a NoteRF V2 PCB, a GPS, a battery, and you can make a LoRaWAN GPS tracker!
The new version of my NoteRF project, its features are:
- New radio footprint for RFM69 (FSK/OOK) or RFM95: LoRaWAN !
- Mosfet to switch off sensors or control actuators
- Edge connector for external antenna
- Mounting slot for 3 mm screws
- Fits on a breadboard
- 3.3V regulator