I have been working on a PCB based on the Arduinio MKR 1010 for my weather station project. I just designed my board based off the MKR 1010 for a small home WiFi weather station.
Yesterday, I built the board and bootloaded it using an Atmel ICE. I used the MKR 1010 Bin file. Then, I tried uploading blink, it worked correctly. Yay!
However, when I upload some code I had written using the Arduino Wifi NINA library to be able to read temperature and weather data, I kept getting the error that the board doesn't see the module....
So, I pulled out my osilioscope to see if there was any signal. However, when I touched each of the SPI connected pads, there was no signal at all.
I am compleetly clueless now, because I had done everything according to the default settings. I bootloaded it with the MKR 1010 bin file, I used the MKR 1010 board files... Everything was exactly the same... And the board has no short circuits.
Do you know if I am missing something? Does the WiFi NINA library communicate in a different way? Shouldn't there be visible signals?
I would very much appreciate help! I feel completly stupid now...
Thanks so much!