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rn2483 rssi

  • 13 February 2017
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Is there a way to access the RSSi of the last received packet when using RN2483 ?

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LrrRSSI - RSSI (Received signal strength indication) is part of the JSON body. You should be able to read the value.
thank you tim ,actually i have looked in it's datasheet and user command even on the internet and i couldn't find any information how to get the rssi ,all of the people use a gateway based on the sx12xx module to get their rssi ,can you help me please
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@omartaoufik. I think what Tim means is the RSSI of the gateway and it is standard provided by the JSON body. Are you using your own application server?
no i intend to use the radio transmission only , i don't want to use a gateway ,i want a point to point communication and i needed the rssi to make tests on the module with tx and rx commands
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Hello @omartaoufik, I've asked my other colleagues about this. They told me it's not possible to read the LrrRSSI from the RN2483 module.
that is so helpful so i think i will go directly to sx1276 and use it for more flexibility .because as i understood from you that the rssi can be read from the gateway which can't be a RN2483 .thank you very much Tim its so encouraging to get responses from you my friend 😃
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Nobody can explain why, but it is impossible to get the RSSI of the last received packet using RN2483 radio get commands, althoug you can get SNR for that packet. When you use the module in LoRaWAN network, you can initiate link check and then get demod. margin for link check answer, but this feature is useless in point-to-point environment.
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Thanks @hobo for this helpful post! 😃

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