As I’m learning to use the module, I’m sending a lot of data. Is there a way to temporarily disable the governor without just using the Emergency Packet (EP)?
There is a hidden feature in the firmware to disable the governor, but
since this invalidates FCC we do not publish it. If this is necessary,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org
to confirm that you understand that this will invalidate FCC compliance
and we will provide you with the code to disable the governor.
What is the Governor?
See the RBM101S User Manual under the section “Governor” for more detail. In short, the governor prevents the user from violating FCC requirements at the 315MHz band which is subject to FCC part 15.231. If the user violates the bandwidth and/or ...
What serial port settings should I use in Tera Term to talk to the SubGig module?
The SubGig module defaults to 9600 baud for compatibility with older systems and simple Arduino based gateways. Use the following settings: 9600 baud 8 bits data no parity 1 stop bit no flow control Type “AT” without the quotes to see an “CMD_OK” ...
What is the procedure for sending downlink messages to sensors?
The recommended way to send a downlink is to use the RadioBridge Console API which uses a simple POST request. From there you can use the uplink and downlink APIs described in the RadioBridge API Documentation. To access the API section of the ...
Notes on using Chirpstack
Recommended General Chirpstack Configuration: (LoRaWAN Compliant): -- Make sure to use ChirpStack version >= 3.12.1 -- Set the max data rate to 3 in the Service Profile -- Set enabled_uplink_channels=[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 64] -- Check the ...
If I put a packet in the queue, but then send out enough regular packets (SP) that the governor kicks in, what happens to my queued packet?
Queued packets are not saved if the governor is engaged. When the governor has hit the limit, any new send requests through SP or QP will be rejected with an error indicating that the governor is on.