M2 card reset pin is active high and you need to hold the line high for 100ns min after power supply has stabilized
|Product Brief - Sentrius RG1XX-M.2 Concentrator Card
|Datasheet - Sentrius RG1xx-M2 Concentrator Card
|M2 Concentrator Card - Sample JSON files.zip
|FCC and ISED Certifications - RG191-M2
|Application Note - RG1xx AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN
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Are there any reset timing requirements for RG1xx-M2?
Is the SPI on RG1xx-M2 a master or slave?
SPI on RG1xx M2 is slave mode only
What is the voltage level of the SPI communication bus for RG1xx-M2 card.
The Sentrius M2 Card's SPI logic level is at 3.3V.
What is the functionality of pin 38 GPS 1PPS?
This is an output from a GPS module on the RG1xx. The 1PPS is a standard output from GPS modules. Currently GPS is not supported on the RG1xx.
What is the functionality of pin 71 for RG1xx-M.2 concentrator?
PIN 71 is an input to the RG191 and is the reset for the SX1301.
What is the functionality of pin 41 for RG1xx-M.2 concentrator?
Pin 41 is used to identify the type of M.2 card.
What is the part number and the e-cad models of the 75-pin connector for connecting the RG191 LoRa module?
The Connector for the RG1xx Concentrator Card on the Sentrius RG1xx is a standard PCIE M.2 Key connector.
There are various suppliers for these connectors but the Sentrius Gateway uses a Kyocera, Part# 24 6411 067 401 894 E.
Generic ECAD Models can be downloaded from Mouser
Can AS923 and AU915 networks coexist in the same area?
Yes, as long as they are operating on different networks such that AS923 sensors talk to the AS923 gateway and vice versa for AU915 devices.
Can the RS1xx AS923 (455-00063) work with an AU915 gateway which uses overlapping channels to AS923?
No, an RS1xx AS923 sensor will not work with an AU915 gateway because it cannot receive the downlink packets due to differing bandwidth and frequency plans used and therefore will drop off the network.
What is Laird Connectivity's product lifecycle EOL and PCN policy?
Laird Connectivity is committed to the long-term supply of all its standard embedded wireless modules and packaged products. Laird Connectivity’s products are specifically designed to meet the needs of the industrial and medical markets, which typically require 7 – 10 years product lifecycle. Although Laird Connectivity can’t guarantee that a component used in our products will not be obsoleted and cannot be reasonably substituted, Laird Connectivity can assure customers we will continue to sell our product when we have customer demand and can obtain the necessary components to build our products.