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LoRa is NOT intended to be used for such a thing. LoRa operates in the free ISM band. As such there are rules that don't allow transmission over a long period (the maximum allowed transmission time is regulated by the local government) in order to allow other devices to also use the shared medium - thus reducing the air-time. Also LoRa uses transmission ...


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The charger you have asked about should be fine. The USB-C specifications allow the higher voltage levels, and a "signaling mechanism" that is part of the USB-C standard guarantees that as long as the device (your RPi) and the power supply both adhere to the standards, things will work as they should. That said: The first RPi4 production units were ...


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I would recommend you buy the official Pi4 power supply. Its reasonably priced and reliable. https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/type-c-power-supply/


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To add to what @Ingo said, they actually have a third OUI now: E4-5F-01 Not sure why that happened either, but I have hardware with a MAC with that OUI. I'd have commented that, but don't have enough reputation.


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