How do I register a sensor on The Things Network (TTN)?

How do I register a sensor on The Things Network (TTN)?

RadioBridge LoRaWAN Sensors are fully compatible with The Things Network.

You can easily add a device to The Things Network by using the Radio Bridge Console and following the Add Device dialog.

You can also register your device on the TTN network directly by visiting the Device Registration Page.

NOTE: There is a known bug in firmware 1.2 which prevents the sensor from accessing the network. This has been fixed in firmware v1.3.
            If you are experiencing difficulty accessing The Things Network with RadioBridge Sensors please contact us.
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