Early Explorations with LoRa extended WiFi networks, MCUs, and Cryptographic-Coprocessors

Start with the FCCOKC Talk or follow the videos in this order: Blinky Project {1,2,3}, ATECC508A CryptoGraphic Co-Processor with BH1750 Sensor.

FCCOKC - Aug 2020 - talk - (From Blinky Project videos 1 & 2) : gives short overview to the project The FCCOKC Talk contains parts from: Blinky Project 1 or Connecting a Single Channel LoRa Network to a WiFi Network Blinky Project 2 or Connecting a Single Channel LoRa Network to a WiFi Network

Blinky Project 3 or Working with the CryptoChip: video 3 : Setting up the Cryptographic Co-Processor to associate with a DID. Currently I am experimenting with ATECC508A breakout boards by SparkFun which use the P-256 curve. I have a few NXP SE050 cryptographic co-processors which provide a Ed25519 curve that may be substituted? Thank you to Ockam which made me aware of the SE050.

ATECC508A Cryptographic Co-Processor Chip with BH1750 sensor : Fixing bugs from Blinky Project 3 or Working with the CryptoChip: video 3

The Blinky Project Playlist

Big Box of used pinball machine parts that I pulled from: Blinky Project Sources (see credits for respective developers).

Possible Connection to EISPP: ch_1_2_Botqueue_IOT, ch_1_2_Botqueue_IOT (wireframe animation) Thanks to Zdvarko, I discovered The HomePort Network is a bit like the concept. The HomePort Network

Other Links to explore: https://github.com/Blockstream/satellite (Satellite that gives the blockchain. HomePort and LoRa sats would act as relays?) https://www.rtl-sdr.com/rtl-sdr-tutorial-receiving-noaa-weather-satellite-images/ (Practice for linking to Satellites)