To implement the solution described in the Solution Overview section, you need to do the following:
To install applications on your device, update the firmware of the LoRa module, and learn the DevEUI of your device, you need to install the Arduino IDE (Step 1).
Then you will upload the necessary libraries to the Arduino IDE so that it can use your Arduino MKR WAN 1310 (Step2). In this step, you will install and run the BLINK application that comes with the Arduino IDE to verify your basic setup (Step3).
In order for your application environment to send LoRaWAN® messages, you must install the Arduino MKR WAN library (Step 4). Then, you will use the sketch that comes with the MKR WAN library (Step 5) to update the firmware of the LoRa module on your Arduino MKR WAN 1310.
For us to be able to create definitions of your Arduino MKR WAN 1310 device in TPC, we will need to know its DevEUI.For this purpose, you will run the FirstSteps sketch provided with the Arduino MKR WAN library on your device (Step6)
You will create a page on the Webhook site (Step7) so that you can monitor the LoRaWAN® messages you send without having to write an application, and you will be able to use it as a backend application. You can now proceed with the TPC definitions and the final stage of realization on TPC, respectively.
You will create an account (Step 8). You will introduce the backend application you created in Step 7 to TPC (Step9)
You will identify your Arduino MKR WAN 13110 in TPC using the DevEUI identifier (Step10).
And as the last step of realization, you will send your first LoRaWAN® test message by using the LoRaSendAndReceive sketch that comes with the Arduino MKR WAN library (Step11)