The ChirpStack open-source LoRaWAN Network Server stack (check it out) provides open-source components for LoRaWAN networks. Together they form a ready-to-use solution including a user-friendly web-interface for device management and APIs for integration. The modular architecture makes it possible to integrate within existing infrastructures. All components are licensed under the MIT license and can be used for commercial purposes. It supports Class A, Class B, and Class C modes, as well as adaptive data-rate, live-frame logging, channel configuration, multi-tenant, APIs and integration, etc.
Connect UG85/UG87 to ChirpStack
- Add Gateway Profile
- Add Gateway. Gateway ID is the gateway EUI of UG85/UG87.
- You could check the details of the gateway after adding Gateway.
Note: If GPS data is not seen, please check if you install GPS antenna and put gateway at a place with a strong signal.
Connect UC11xx/UC11-T1/UC11-N1 to ChirpStack
- Add Device-profile according to the type of your Ursalink LoRaWAN nodes.
- If the join-type is OTAA, please enable “Device supports OTAA”.
- Add an Application
- Add Device. There are two types of joining networks: OTAA and ABP.
Join in OTAA mode
- Choose OTAA device profile.
- After adding the device, please fill in the APP key of LoRaWAN node.