Ha, I could probably do it. I would get a couple of the Pycom LoPy boards to use as reference devices I suppose, and spend the time to gather up sources and testcases, and port to generic Micropython as required. Definitely would implement it as a Python library that could be incorporated into frozen firmware or as code imported from the filesystem, open source if possible.LoRaTracker wrote: ↑Sat Jan 27, 2018 11:59 am
Well volunteered !
Be sure to make the code open sourced.
Not sure why you would want to build it into the firmware though, surely if it was in a separate library, it could be used on any MicroPython setup that used the machine I\O and had a LoRa device attached ?
But it would take a few dedicated weeks of effort I think, and no clear reason to do it. Personally I am not sold on the LoRaWan model, which seems to picture far-reaching gateway-to-the-internet devices that a great many subordinate devices talk through at very constrained intervals and with tiny data payloads.