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    Default Re: TX/RX with CC1101 Texas

    Sorry, Giuseppe,
    Which library are you referring to ?
    Is the Elechouse one ?
    I suppose that the only answer is to imitate closely the way the library developer has done. So it would take to use the same hardware and example to see whether what is published is really working as it's claimed to be.
    So for your testing you should have both hardware for the transmitter and the receiver too.

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    Hi Fulvio, the library is just that.
    Now the part of the tx is well advanced.
    The Rx module is giving me problems.
    As for the original hardware, I have already done the logical analyzes of both rx and tx.
    We see that it comes out
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    I wish you that somebody else will get intrigued to study the case. I hardly find the solution because of no hardware to test and a bit it is no my need to use such modules.
    Basically, as I mentioned, it will take to follow the steps as the Arduthing doing. Perhaps that will imply to use the MSSPI rather than the softSPI, currently used. But I doubt it's that the issue, as long as the communication is synchronous.
    Anyways, the libraries (we found two) use the hardware SPI, but I don't recall whether the basic has this command embedded.

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