The PG1301 is a multi-channel high-performance transmitter/receiver designed to simultaneously receive several LoRa packets using random spreading factors on random channels. Its goal is to enable the robust connection between a central wireless data concentrator and a massive amount of wireless end-points spread over a very wide range of distances.
The PG1301 is based on SX1301 + 2 x 1257, it is designed to use Raspberry Pi to build smart metering fixed networks and Internet of Things applications with up to 5000 nodes per km2 in a moderately interfered environment.
PG1301 has a built-in GPS module. The GPS module provides timing to SX1301 for accurate timing and can provide geographical coordinates to RPi for further process.
- Support Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+/4
- Up to -142.5dBm sensitivity with SX1257 Tx/Rx front-end
- 70 dB CW interferer rejection at 1 MHz offset
- Able to operate with negative SNR, CCR up to 9dB
- Emulates 49x LoRa demodulators and 1x (G)FSK demodulator
- Dual digital TX&RX radio front-end interfaces
- 10 programmable parallel demodulation paths
- Dynamic data rate (DDR) adaptation
- GPS Module to provide timestamp and location info
- SPI interface for LoRa
- UART interface for GPS
- Power Input: 5v, 1A
- 1 x SMA antenna for LoRaWAN
- 1 x SMA antenna for GPS