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ragoth

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A simple test sketch to confirm RFM69 is working, using Arduino.
« on: November 28, 2015, 07:08:25 PM »
Hi, I request someone to suggest me a simple sketch to test the 2 way communication of RFM69 using Arduino. I find some sketches but they need Moteino and it is not available in my place. 

Sergegsx

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Re: A simple test sketch to confirm RFM69 is working, using Arduino.
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2015, 02:44:42 AM »
You can use the code from: Node.ino and Gateway.ino

gurari

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Re: A simple test sketch to confirm RFM69 is working, using Arduino.
« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2015, 03:04:51 AM »
Hi, I request someone to suggest me a simple sketch to test the 2 way communication of RFM69 using Arduino. I find some sketches but they need Moteino and it is not available in my place.

The Moteino is not so different from any Arduino board in the heart. The main difference is the onboard LED connected to pin 9 (pin 13 on the arduino boards). So simply use a 3.3v arduino board, because the RFM69 is working on 3.3v and connect a Led to pin 9. Then simply load the TxRxBlinky sketch to your arduino following the instructions in the sketch and all should work. When I started a year ago with arduino this was my first radio project. I've used two Arduino Nano  clones working on 5v so I used voltage regulator and voltage deviders.