Ran into an issue with an IoT project that I am working on. Using REYAX RYLR896 LoRa modules between a nano and an Uno I send sensor data using our rev2 (without WiFi) and can receive and send and use AT commands seamlessly. When I switch to a rev2 with WiFi I can no longer receive data from my LoRa module. I assume it has something to do with power delivery to the module because of the WiFi chip but am unsure of how to fix the issue. The module communicates through the serial port and uses the 3.3V rail. Let me know if there is a way to get this thing to receive on the rev2 with WiFi as I am stumped.
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Please tell us exactly how the REYAX RYLR896 is connected to the Uno WiFi Rev2.