@tsunami My setup is max 50m radius and 433MHz standard power RFM69s so a small 1/4 wave whip works reliably even from a below ground pump chamber 10m away.
Your 915MHz at 200m SHOULD work on 1/4 wave if obstacle free line of sight, but you could try a 2.4GHz Wifi router at one location and use a mobile at the other to test if you can see the router. I can see at least 3 neighbouring routers identified on my mobile from over 40m away through masonry, 10 on the laptop, so it's a simple enough test.
If you can see the router on either, 915MHz should be rock solid with a simple whip and no need of directional antenna.
Thanks for your quick reply!
The solution was indeed to put the ./configure parameters on the same line; I also changed to a serial gateway which is now correctly recognized in Domoticz.
I did not need to change any pin definitions (yet).
Yeah, the two capacitors clearly shown are indeed not very effective for the radio module, there is however another capacitor directly soldered to the radio, which is a bit hidden in the picture.
Thanks again for your help!
Understand it might be annoying.. We run the latest version of the notif-plugin mentioned above (0.3.1). So it seems they still have some issues. They had an issue (which is closed) that sound like the things you experience.
I can't seem to find any related user setting in my account either.
sorvani created this issue in psychobunny/nodebb-plugin-desktop-notifications
Desktop notification banner never goes away
Orange Pi is a controller and not a gateway. If you are suggesting you want to use the 5v adapter to power both controller and gateway I can not answer you. It might work but in the same time it might be to weak or to much interference. Try! If you get alof of random freezes and/or bad network communication you might want to seperate them
It might work - but using the nrf24l01+ amplified requiers some more juice than then pro mini/uno/nano can handle so I suggest using a power in with a good voltage regulator (that can provide high current) and then split of to each unit.