[amsat-bb] Lora and other modes

Simone terrando at tiscali.it
Mon Jul 3 19:19:48 UTC 2017

Lora is a cell radio replacement for IoT, so it is supposed to rely on some
form of infrastructure. I don't know if you can implement a point to point
connection (I suppose this is what you want to do) without incurring in
license problems.


Simone F4VPY

On Mon, 3 Jul 2017 at 07:28, Ashhar Farhan <farhanbox at gmail.com> wrote:

> Is Lora a candidate for satellites? How well does it handle doppler? Given
> that it uses CSS(Chirp Spread Spectrum), it is claimed to be resilient to
> doppler shift.
> Does anybody have any further details or knowledge? My understanding is
> that the RFM22B didn't use LORA protocol as used in the $50 sat.
> I'd appreciate more details. We are trying to evaluate a radio technology
> that is widely and cheaply available to be placed into a cubesat.
> - Ashhar Farhan, VU2ESE
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