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.
iC880A is a LoRaWAN Concentrator 868 MHz able to receive packets of different end devices sent with different spreading factors on up to 8 channels in parallel. In combination with an embedded Linux board like Raspberry Pi, Beagle Bone, Banana Pi and the HAL software from https://github.com/Lora-net a complete LoRaWAN™ gateway can be setup easily.
The LoRaWAN Field Test Device by ADEUNIS RF is a ready to use system which provides connection to any operated network using the LoRaWAN V1.0 protocol. Equipped with a large LCD screen, you can check all operating information (GPS coordinates, temperature, battery ...) and use of the network (uplink, downlink, SF, Packet Error Rate ...).