Quickly deploy a LoRaWAN gateway with this development kits!

August 16, 2017 | Celine Marie Barrozo

Last week, Gumstix announced the LoRaWAN™ family page which includes 2 new Geppetto modules and 3 new development boards to enable you to use LoRa® in your project. Now, we are sharing with you the launch of 6 Development Kits we have in our store specifically for LoRaWAN gateway!


LoRaWAN Gateway


Overo Conduit LoRa Gateway Kit

With the Gumstix Overo and the RHF0M301 gateway module, the Overo Conduit can deliver long-range communications over LoRaWAN between the Internet and LoRa devices. This kit has all of the components needed to deploy your gateway. The included Overo AirSTORM-Y incorporates the TI WiLink8 WiFi/Bluetooth module for further connectivity options.


Overo Conduit LoRa Gateway Kit image

This kit contains the following:

  • RisingHF RHF0M301 Gateway and Concentrator Module
  • Overo Airstorm-Y COM (GUM3703AY)
  • Overo Conduit Gateway Board (PKG900000000570)
  • USB Type-A to Micro-B cable (CBL0008)
  • 5V 3.5A power adapter (PWR008)
  • Antenna

The 434 MHz and 863 – 870 MHz frequency band are reserved for Europe while the 902 – 928 MHz frequency band is reserved for North America. These Kits are available in our store for $385.00.


Gumstix Pi Conduit LoRa Gateway Kit

With the Raspberry Pi® Compute Module or CM3 and the RHF0M301 gateway module, the Gumstix Pi Conduit can deliver long-range communications over LoRaWAN™ between the Internet and LoRa® devices. Add a NimbeLink Skywire LTE modem and deploy this gateway anywhere.



This kit contains the following:

  • RisingHF RHF0M301 Gateway and Concentrator Module
  • Gumstix Pi Conduit LoRa Gateway board (PKG900000000572)
  • USB Type-A to Micro-B cable (CBL0008)
  • 5V 3.5A power adapter (PWR008)
  • Antenna

The 434 MHz and 863 – 870 MHz frequency band are reserved for Europe while the 902 – 928 MHz frequency band is reserved for North America. These Kits are available for $295.00 in our store.


Below is a quick start guide video by Gumstix Guru on how to connect Overo Conduit LoRa Gateway with the The Things Network and MyDevices Cayenne.