Connecting Nucleo l476RG to LoRa 4 Click

For a little project I would like to send a temperature value via LoRaWAN. I am stuck with the LoRaWAN module. I would like to use a NUCLEO-L476RG together with a LoRa 4 click board. This LoRaWAN module can be controlled via 5 pins, the rest are not connected. See on the following link LR 4 Click | Mikroe

Of course, many examples can be found online for the sx1272 modules, etc. But not for this one.
I have tried several things myself. I was able to run the following code on the nucleo, but no connection was made with TTN. ( GitHub - ARMmbed/mbed-connect-2018-lorawan: Introduction to LoRaWAN - workshop at Mbed Connect 2018)

The following programme is also running, but it is not possible to read out the EUI… : rn2483-TestProgram - A simple interactive program for testing the RN24… | Mbed

Is there anyone who can help me? All help is highly appreciated.

Hi there,

here you have Lora drivers of modules/ICs which are supported under Mbed. How you can see only Semtech drivers are present. RN2483 is from Microchip, but you have a MIPOT 32001353. So these example are not usable for you. You have to found some another way.

Microe library LoRa_4_click in not usable under Mbed but it can be used like a starting point for your own library.

BR, Jan

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@JohnnyK Really thank you for the help!

I have one more small question… When I browse that github repository, I see that it was used on an STM32F107VCT6. (LoRa_4_click/Click_LoRa_4_STM.c at master · MikroElektronika/LoRa_4_click · GitHub )
Would it then also be possible to use it on the nucleo-L476RG?
If it is not possible then I will write my own library… :slight_smile:

With kind regards, Laura

Like the Mbed also the Microe has its own ecosystem but it is more private I think. They have its own modules, its own dev boards, its own compiler and so on.
The example is probably possible to run on another STM32 board but only from Microe ecosystem. So simply, I do not think it is possible to run this code on any Nucleo board.

BR, Jan

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Okay, no problem. Then I will try to write my own library.
Thank you very much for the smooth help!

With kind regards, Laura