This is the library that I’ve been working on for the new RFM69 modules from HopeRF. I consider this an initial beta release and it surely is a work in progress, it may contain bugs, but the provided Gatewayand Nodeexamples should work out of the box and illustrate basic usage. Please let me know if you find issues. The syntax is a little similar to that of the RFM12B library, but I went with some new conventions on naming and overall structure to improve readability and overall code quality.
This is a video introduction to Moteino R3:
This is a new product and the library needs more testing and performance tuning. The library currently is tuned for fixed 433/868/915 Mhz frequencies, and a 50khz bitrate, 50khz frequency deviation. I am hoping others will contribute and test the library to find the best combination of these settings and power level vs range vs frequency vs bitrate, etc.
The All-About-Moteino page describes how you can add a flash chip to your Moteino or even to your Arduino. To access this chip you will need a library such as this one to conveniently read or write bytes to the chip. I would recommend getting used to the chip itself by doing some reading in the datasheet of the chip you are using – there are some particularities as to how these chips work. The library attemps to abstract most of these things so you don’t have to worry about them. At the very least please read the comments in the code for now. Soon I will hopefully add more info and tutorials. Stay tuned for the complete solution code for wireless/in-field programming of Arduino/Moteino using this library. I am working to get all that code organized and posted on this blog.