@anvalin said in Tutorial: Using COM.LoRaWAN in UIFlow: Hello @sodoku. Many thanks for sharing the tutorial! I found it on m5stack.hackster.io and it helped me a lot. Registered two COM.LoRaWAN 868MHz modules sucessfully with TTN and managed to see uplinks (alas with long join latency and lots of retrying uplinks though I am in the very middle of Berlin - it seems coverage still has to improve a lot). I am still struggling with the adaption of the official P2P example. Especially regarding use with a sensor in a setup without use of buttons to initiate data requests. If you'd find the time to extend your tutorial his would be much appreciated. Also I wonder about the real life range of the modules. I have currently set them to 5V and cannot pull data beyond 20m distance, line of sight. Seems odd ... what are your experiences? Can this be enhanced using 12V? Maybe a faulty antenna connection? As a side note - all blocks in Flow 1.7.2 are dedicated to the older blue modules - but an implementation for the M031-C is in development, as confirmed by M5Stack support. Damned, i had the same expectation! (the 12V to enhance range)...