On Sun, Apr 08, 2018 at 04:15:30PM +0200, Marcus Wolf wrote: > The hardware of Pi433 is working with every Raspberry Pi (on zero, you > need to solder the GPIO-pins) and with several other fruits like banana > pi. The only thing is, that you need different versions of the driver, > according to the processor, mounted on your fruit. > > If you'd like to test more then ther is no hang up or crash, you will > need a second party. You could use a 433MHz socket for testing TX or a > 433 thermometer for testing RX. An example code for communication with a > socket is available on the Pi433 productpage (www.pi433.de). The sample > for the thermometer isn't published yet (as always lack of time). > > If you want to test more deeply (using different features of the Rf69 > chip or even do some long time testing, you have more options, if you > use to Pis with Pi433. > > Just let me know, what you'd like to do and what equipment, you need.
At the moment I have Rpi2 but not any other 433MHz equipment, so I could only do some basic testing unfortunately. In case I get the new Rpi3 some time soon I would be able to do something better. -- Valentin _______________________________________________ devel mailing list de...@linuxdriverproject.org http://driverdev.linuxdriverproject.org/mailman/listinfo/driverdev-devel