I think you are right @Gordon about the board.py configuration; will look into it a bit more.
IMHO the NRF52840 is indeed nice because of the dedicated USB, and e.g. Thread (IEEE 802.15.4 / 6LowPan based) protocol support. Also, it has a nice amount of GPIO for advanced set-ups :)
yes, think about and then we can port to NINA B3 now :)
But, is there some tip to compile to NRF52840, or it´s easy too like the NRF52832 ?
One more thing might be interesting is that the nRF52840 has a low speed mode with better sensitivity: -103dBm sensitivity at 125kbps BLE vs -96dBm of the nRF52832 at 1Mbps. Also +8dBm max output vs +4dBm of the nRF52832.
That 7dBm receive sensitivity increase theoretically should double the range.
Has anyone tested, or has data on potential range improvement (preferably inside a building)? Nordic has published pretty impressive range outdoors...
Is there any gotcha? Other than there is no support for Bluetooth 5 on either my phone or laptop & I have no idea about the intricacies of Bluetooth versions....
We got 1km range communication outdoor with NINA B3
Oh, that's impressive. NINA B3 on both sides? What antenna did you use?
nina to nina
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