There are currently a few "mPCIe" lorawan gateway cards on the market or in development. Unfortunately most of them only use the mPCIe/M.2/mSATA form factor but not a mPCIe compatible pinout. This list tries to be complete in differentiating between the different cards.
|Card Name/Type||Availability||Gateway Chip||Reference Design||mPCIe Compatibility|
|nFuse LRWCCx-MPCIE||Q3 2018||1301/1308||1||Yes, USB|
|MAXIIot GL5711||now||1301||1||No, mPCIe formfactor but 5V supply voltage|
|RAK Wireless mPCIe||unknown||1301||unknown||Unknown|
|MultiTech MTAC-LORA||now||1301||1||Probably not, requires 3.3V and 5V supply voltage and looks like M.2 format|
|OccamSmart mPCIe||now (US $110)||1301/1308||1||Yes, USB/Serial|
|LIyatech LRM001||now||1301||1||Not clear, seems to be USB/Serial|