A Feather-Compatible FPGA Board Running a RISC-V Core with LoRaWAN

The blue LED means the board is alive! (📷: Terrill Moore)
A Feather-compatible open source FPGA with an MCCI Catena 4710 (📷: Terrill Moore)
The first 12 units of the Catena 4710 FPGA RISC-V board. (📷: Terrill Moore)
The Catena 4710 AQ01 with a 83mm whip antenna and a 350 mAh LiPo. (📷: Terrill Moore)




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