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brycevs

Hey guys,

I am in the process of building a project using the NRFL2401, however I seem to be coming across a very odd issue.

If i attach to the serial monitor and view the output of the device, I only ever get readable responses, if I physically hold the wire for either the + or the -.

I suspect its a grounding issue, but its driving me crazy!

Any ideas?

AMPS-N

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If i attach to the serial monitor and view the output of the device, I only ever get readable responses, if I physically hold the wire for either the + or the -

what your trying  to do.
post your code and serial monitor window.
if tx and rx lines occupied  for other interfaces,you cannot  use Serial monitor

how to interface explained here properly
http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/Nrf24L01-2.4GHz-HowTo
AMPS

brycevs

hey there,

I am just using the getting started sketch, with a custom built arduino. All the other device attached to it work with my own sketch, but the getting started sketch is the one I am having issues with.

As soon as I touch either the positive or the negetive wire, it starts showing valid text...

AMPS-N

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All the other device attached to it work with my own sketch, but the getting started sketch is the one I am having issues with.

you haven't shared sketch . which is having problem.
check it might loose connection. else solder it directly
AMPS

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