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Interfacing the STM32VLDISCOVERY with Semtech’s SX1272RF1BAS module

Posted on Tuesday, July 15th, 2014 in code, dev boards, how-to, RF by the machinegeek

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Milen Pavlov with Netblocks wrote this post on connecting a STM32VLDISCOVERY with Semtech’s SX1272RF1BAS module (LoRa sx1272 transceiver.) This module incorporates the LoRa spread spectrum modem which is advertised as achieving significantly longer range than existing systems based on FSK or OOK modulation. It operates using low power in the ISM bands.

Milen’s article includes the schematic and full source code in C can be found on GitHub.

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