Differences between LoRa® PICtail™ and LoRa Mote

The RN2903 LoRa® Technology PICtail™/PICtail Plus Daughter Board is not a full end-device. It only has an RN2903 module soldered on a PICtail board format. The RN2903 LoRa PICtail board provides access to the RN2903's UART and General Purpose Input and Output (GPIO) ports.

More information can be found on the "RN2903 LoRa Technology PICtail/PICtail Plus Daughter Board" page.

The RN2903 LoRa® Technology Mote can be used as a complete end-device solution. An end-device has the RN2903 module controlled by a host controller and it also has attached sensors. This board has a host PIC® microcontroller which controls the RN2903 module and it also has an LCD, temperature and light sensors.

More information can be found on the "915 MHz RN2903 LoRa Technology Mote" page.

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