Resources for smart devices and hardware (sensors and controllers) integration with KotahiNet

Make sure there is KotahiNet coverage in your area as otherwise it will not be possible to connect devices to the network. Email us any questions about network coverage.

Start by looking at KotahiNet’s band plan (frequencies, data rates, duty cycle, etc.) before buying or configuring devices or hardware.



Arduino using a LoRaWAN modem or LoRa transceiver like the Semtech’s SX127x range and those that use it, such as HopeRF’s RFM95W and the inAir9B.

IMST’s iU880A is a USB device to easily get started with LoRaWAN and KotahiNet

Configure Microchip RN2483 module

RisingRF module with standalone USB AT modem

GlobalStat’s LM-130 is a LoRaWAN certified module with a convenient evaluation board

Waspmote demo code is a quick (but not the cheapest) way to build a complete device

SODAQ’s LoRaONE is a tiny but fully featured choice





Complete range of LoRaWAN modules, things, platforms, and dev tools