[Battlemesh] Lorawan: wake up battery wifi nodes in the wild?

fboehm fboehm at aon.at
Tue May 2 19:20:33 CEST 2017

Am 2017-05-02 um 14:04 schrieb Benjamin Henrion:
> Hi,
> I am looking for a simple radio solution to power wifi nodes in a
> remote area (with mostly no 2.4/5Ghz RF pollution) to wake them up
> from power off.
> I had a look at LoraWAN modules, implemented a simple temperature
> message every 5 minutes to the BaseStation provided by wireless
> antwerpen guys, but they do not support the send part (the lorawan
> module can only send its temperature), not receive a signal that it
> needs to wake up.
> This is to install some Wifi Permanent Testbed somewhere in the wild.
> If anybody has more experience with Lora and this particular case, let me know.
> Best,
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Recently I was playing around with the following hardware with great 



You can use them with Lora modulation enabled or not. And putting them 
in deep-sleep mode is pretty common. Although I didn't test it myself.


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