The RAK7244C LPWAN Developer Gateway consists of a Raspberry Pi 4, a RAK2245 Pi HAT, which includes a GPS module and a Heat Sink for better performance and thermal heat dissipation management, and an optional RAK2013 Cellular Pi HAT. Its housing is entirely built from aluminium.
The built-in RAK2245 Pi HAT uses the SX1301 RF front-end chip from Semtech, which is a powerful LoRa® digital processing engine. It is able to receive up to 8 LoRa® packets simultaneously sent with different spreading factors on different channels and available in multiple variants so it can be used for all LoRa Alliance® frequency bands. This unique capability allows for innovative network architectures to be implemented, which is advantageous over other short-range systems. The built-in RAK2013 Cellular Pi HAT is based on the EG95 from Quectel, which is an LTE CAT4 module optimized specifically for M2M and IoT applications.
The RAK7244 LPWAN Developer Gateway is a Class A and C compliant that is ideal for prototyping, proof-of-concept demonstrations or for the evaluation of future deployment scenarios. It includes a ready to use Firmware based on Raspbian OS, which makes it possible to connect the Gateway to any standard LoRaWAN® Server. It is developer-friendly as the large Raspbian OS community is a well-established one. It is especially suited to addressing a variety of applications like Smart Grids, Intelligent Farms, and other IoT Enterprise applications.
- Refreshed Case design with a new MCU (Raspberry Pi4)
- Preassembled, fully functioning LPWAN developer gateway
- Full LoRaWAN® Stack support (version 1.0.2)
- Supports for 8 channels and spreading factors (SF7-SF12)
- Band support: 915MHz
- Tx Power: 27 dBm Max
- RX Sensitivity: -139dBm
- Integrates Ublox MAX-7Q GPS module
- Quectel EG95 LTE module
- 1unit RAK7244 LPWAN Developer Gateway
- 1pc LPWAN Antenna
- 1pc GPS Antenna
- 1pc Power Adaptor
- 1pc SD Card
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