Gumstix Pi Conduit LoRa Gateway


Gumstix Pi Conduit LoRa Gateway is an LTE-ready LoRa® gateway solution with a NimbeLink® Skywire™ connector, Ethernet over USB, and a header for the RisingHF RHF0M301 gateway and concentrator module. This board is for engineers and makers looking to test the possibility of LoRa technology with the Raspberry Pi.

Once you have tested the board, you can use Geppetto online to design and customize it for your own project.

Gumstix Pi Conduit

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.

The LoRa Gateway and Concentrator module used in this board can be used if you’re developing for smart city, wisdom agriculture, metering (water meter, electric meter, or gas meter), or all kinds of other long range IoT applications.

RHF0M301 product page

Customize Your Board

The Gumstix Pi Conduit LoRa Gateway design is available in Geppetto for you to make it your own. Add WiFi or LTE connectivity or strip it down to the bare essentials. Make it the board you need with Geppetto's easy to use drag-and-drop interface.

Related Posts

Learn more about this product by checking out the following:

Articles from Gumstix Blog

Press Release

Included Components
RPi Compute LoRa Gateway RPi Compute LoRa Gateway

10/100 Ethernet via USB 2.0

USB Device

Micro B USB Plug

USB Host

2-port USB 2.0 hub

Key Components
Micro B USB Plug Micro B USB Plug
SODIMM Connector SODIMM connector to DDR2 200 pin module, such as the Raspberry Pi Compute Module
Connector (Power Jack Medium) PJ-018H-SMT, medium size (1.65mm), fits EIAJ-2 plug
LAN9512 Ethernet Controller and USB Hub IC USB 2.0 ETHER CTRLR 64QFN
FTDI FT232RQ USB UART Interface Connect to an RS232 serial terminal over USB with the FTDI FT232RQ interface Specs
Mating Connectors

Please read the instructions in the README file carefully before starting. Instructions and functions are explained in the file.

Files that are needed (such as bootloader and operating system) to create a bootable disk image, are available below.

Our Support page links additional resources.

dt/OnHOXEUG.dtb Generated device tree for BRD900000000572
uEnv-geppetto.txt This is a simple uEnv.txt to select a GDT-generated device tree i.e. fdtfile=geppetto.dtb
2017-10-29/raspberrypi-cm3/morty/gumstix-console-image-raspberrypi-cm3.rpi-sdimg.xz gumstix-console-image-raspberrypi-cm3.rpi-sdimg.xz ddable file generated by buildbot on 2017-10-29 for raspberrypi-cm3 from morty
2017-10-29/raspberrypi-cm3/morty/gumstix-xfce-image-raspberrypi-cm3.rpi-sdimg.xz gumstix-xfce-image-raspberrypi-cm3.rpi-sdimg.xz ddable file generated by buildbot on 2017-10-29 for raspberrypi-cm3 from morty
2017-10-29/raspberrypi-cm3/morty/gumstix-qt5-dev-image-raspberrypi-cm3.rpi-sdimg.xz gumstix-qt5-dev-image-raspberrypi-cm3.rpi-sdimg.xz ddable file generated by buildbot on 2017-10-29 for raspberrypi-cm3 from morty
dt/lAaXyiPg.dtb Generated device tree for BRD900000000572