The SW pin is connected to the /CTRL(or VDD) pin of RF switch PE4259. In normal operation, it should be connected to VCC but in sleep mode, it should be connnected to GND in order to reduce the static current. Therefore you can use a I/O pin to control it.
Are you absolutly sure about that ?The data sheet for the DRF1268F seems very clear;DIO2 controls the /CTRL pin of RF switch PE4259.andThe SW pin is connected to the VDD pin of RF switch PE4259.Seems to me that you need to use both SW and DIO2 for controlling the DRF1268F, DIO2 when switching between RX and TX and SW when you want to put the device to sleep. I am aware thet you would normally use the SetDIO2AsRfSwitchCtrl option to control DIO2 automatically.
Hello, I am also interested in testing the 868 MHz version. Thanks.
In the original post I notice that the DRF1262DS is connected directly to a Arduino UNO.The UNO digital pins are 5v. But in the DRF1262DS data sheet it states that:Rx 3.3vTx 3.3vMo grd or 3.3vWonder which I should believe ?
Hi,I received my modules today. Thanks.MO and AU are inverted. Which one is right? I suppose it doesn't matter if I use the DAD07?
With the modules 20cm apart the receiver doesn't miss a beat, as long as I hold the receiver's antenna between thumb and forefinger. If I let go, I get more errors than data.
High sensitivity: -143dBm @ power mode 0/1 -132dBm @ power mode 2 Max. Output power: 22dBm