Americans, Canadians, New Zealanders and Australians can finally benefit from our proven LoRa library, thanks to LoRa 2 click.
LoRa is a low-power wide area network technology that can cover entire cities. Using a spread spectrum modulation of the Sub-GHz band, it can support a range of more than 15km (in suburban or rural areas) or more than 5 km in urban areas.
After we launched our first LoRa click, which works on European frequency bands, we got some great feedback on the library that came with it.
A customer in Budapest created a public bike tracking system.
LoRa 2 click is essentially the same solution — a Microchip LoRa modem — just made to operate on frequency bands legal in the new world (915 MHz).
The board works with the same Libstock library as the first LoRa. The schematic is different because this one needs only one antenna. Other specifications are mostly the same. The learn article goes into more detail.