Greetings! Your library seems to be amazing, with the exception of I have been unable to receive any data transmitted by one LoRa module with another one. I have tried both transparent mode as well as directed mode with little success.
My ultimate goal is to send mostly a single struct over and over as telemetry from a high-powered model rocket my friend is working on, so I have put most of my effort into getting the struct example to work, however it just sends without a peep on the receiver.
I know it is indeed transmitting though, as I have a sensitive speaker that picks up RF noise often, and I can hear the transmissions using that speaker. 🙂
Well, even with a fair bit more work, I still can’t get any UART speed other than 9600 to work.
It’s very weird, because I can successfully set the module to other baud rates, and the library appears to work at other baud rates, just nothing works correctly…..
Set BAUD rate of the module: (Confirmed via printing applied settings)
configuration.SPED.uartBaudRate = UART_BPS_57600;
Declare module using that Baud rate:
LoRa_E32 e32ttl100(LORARX, LORATX, LORAUX, LORAM0, LORAM1, UART_BPS_RATE_57600);
I would be interested in using air rates other than the default, so it would be nice if faster UART rates could be possible.
If anyone has any idea what could be the problem, I’d love to know, but I think 9600 can work for now….
as you can see in the table attached extracted from the datasheet, the limitation of the 9600 baud rate is applied only when you are programming the device.
The transfer function works correctly.
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