Would be cool to have http://www.lairdtech.com/products/rm1xx-lora-modules running Espruino as a hub for those Puck.js which will soon be all around my house ;-).
There's a NRF51822 inside (32k RAM, 256k FLASH and 4MBit SPI FLASH).
Hmm - interesting. It could run Espruino, but it's a little limited on the nRF51 (BLE central mode could be difficult - which is something that might be nice for a hub).
Personally I'd probably just use another Puck.js and add an RN2483 onto its IO pins, since the existing module should 'just work' :)
Yes - RAK have been really interested in getting ports of Espruino for their devices, so there is some hope that there may be official support for that at some point :)
Really the only gotcha is adding support for LoRaWan on SX127x to Espruino. You could install Espruino on the RAK813 and send LoRa packets on the SX127x right now - it's just getting the relevant stuff to have it running on LoRaWan :)
yep, LoraWan is more complex then just Lora.
I have been playing with it since a couple of years.
Arduino.org was developing a similar module that I have for testing (pic attached).
Since " .org" is now defunct I guess we could start from their library, for porting. Otherwise there is lmic... but probably architecturally more complex.
@Gordon this is the link to the LoraWan lib from Arduino.org https://github.com/arduino-org/arduino-library-lora-node-shield
I used it when testing the node-shield that never made it to the market.
I think it is derived from Semtech code.
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