1. 48 hours of continued tracking
2. Location accuracy within 15 meters
3: Size! Something as small as a chapstick tube would be ideal.
If anyone has suggestions let me know. You may have to really dumb it down as I have no experience in this field.
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Capain Afors wrote: ↑Mon Sep 05, 2022 2:58 am Yes, I have two of them; I've also got 2 Sparkfun GNSS rtk boards.I think you'd be better off just buying an existing GPS tracker than trying to build your own. It would be a lot less expensive and a whole lot faster.
The beauty of the semtec LR1120 is that it is an integrated GNSS scanner, lora transceiver, security system and passive wifi scanner, all on a tiny chip.
I have not found another chip with all this on board.
It is a trade-off on power consumption, though, to keep it to an absolute minimum. Location calculations are Not done onboard the chip but sent to a cloud service to resolve the collected data into a location.
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