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samer [5. Lessons and Future Works]
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-For basic hands-on with the prototype devices, you can refer to the article [[simple_lora_prototype|Simple Prototype of LoRa Communications]]. Start by downloading the {{ :​rf95_client_server.zip |sketches}} that implement a reliable LoRa communication between the two modules: the client corresponds to the mobile device, the server to the base station. Open the sketches with Arduino IDE, compile and upload ​on the two arduino modules, respectively. The client will periodically send a hello message to the server and wait for an acknowledgement. Communication uses a spreading factor of 7 and a transmit power of 13 dBm. These parameters can be tuned as mentioned in the previous [[simple_lora_prototype|tutorial]].+For basic hands-on with the prototype devices, you can refer to the article [[simple_lora_prototype|Simple Prototype of LoRa Communications]]. Start by downloading the {{ :​rf95_client_server.zip |sketches}} that implement a reliable LoRa communication between the two modules: the client corresponds to the mobile device, the server to the base station. Open the sketches with Arduino IDE, compile and upload ​to the two arduino modules, respectively. The client will periodically send a hello message to the server and wait for an acknowledgement. Communication uses a spreading factor of 7 and a transmit power of 13 dBm. These parameters can be tuned as mentioned in the previous [[simple_lora_prototype|tutorial]].
  
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