SparkFun expLoRaBLE Hookup Guide

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Peer-to-Peer Example

In this example, the RadioLib library utilizes the frequency shift keying (FSK) capabilities of the SX1262 transceiver. For this example, users will need two expLoRaBLEs; one to transmit data and the other to receive that data. For more information on this library, check out the GitHub repository Wiki.

Once the example codes has been uploaded to their respective boards, users should see the data transmissions in the Serial Monitor:

Serial Monitor- Transmitter Output
A screen shot of the Serial Monitor, showing that data is being transmitted. (Click to enlarge)

Serial Monitor- Receiver Output
A screen shot of the Serial Monitor, showing that data was received. (Click to enlarge)

Note: The Arduino IDE only lets users connect to one COM (or serial) port at a time. Just verify that the board with the transmit code is sending data; then, monitor the COM port of the board with the receiver code for incoming data. If all is working, Hello World! transmissions will begin to appear.