How hard is to to gain access to the UART pings on a RAK5860 for stand alone use?

I want to try this board with an unrelated project on a Raspberry Pi. Nobody other than you makes a breakout board with a BG77 at a reasonable cost.

How hard is it to gain access to the UART pins? Is there an easy mechanism for doing so without using the USB port? It looks like it’s designed to clamp to something, but I can’t tell. I just need them on my breadboard.

Welcome to RAK forum Paul.

RAK5840 is part of the WisBlock platform. You still need a WisBlock Core and Base.

This kit is what you need - WisBlock Starter Kit | WisBlock basic kit – RAKwireless Store