These antennas could damage the HW because of reflection as if there was no antenna connected.
After 14 day's I guess it's of no importance to RAK.
I made a duplicate sd (and some backups) and stopped the Loriot gateway after booting the duplicate.
There was no uninstall.sh although they mentioned it.
I manually moved/renamed the /opt/lrt and rebooted.
The TTN gateway was easy to install with the link you provided.
I can swap the sd cards now to choose the network Loriot or TTN.
I have the RAK Gateway connected to Loriot, which was easy and well documented and looks nice.
Now on Loriot I see to many limitations and Terms and Conditions to upgrade that are unacceptable.
Communication with Loriot in a normal way is impossible without upgrading not knowing the costs unless giving your creditcard upfront. (I think they are not from this planet).
I want to switch to TTN.
How can I proceed in a safe way in a Loriot configured gateway changing it to TTN?
As I now have the glass-fiber antenna I wanted to measure the difference with an RF Vector Analyzer.
The glass-fiber is a big improvement and the standard 868 are questionable.
Here the results (calibrated) ;
(middle top the frequency measured where the yellow triangle marks this frequency).
The 2 standard ones compared are very different and both look to have there strength at a much higher frequency.
My question to RAK : is this normal or are the antenna's faulty / for different use (although they are marked 868) ?
wifi antenna as reference.
Antenna 1 - 868 standard
Antenna 2 - 868 standard
Antenna 1 - 868 standard VSWR
Antenna 2 - 868 standard VSWR
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