I have a RAK811 development board I am interfacing with using AT commands over USB. I see in the RAK811_AT_Command_Manual_V1.0.pdf section 1.2 it says there is a 255 character limit for AT commands including the terminating characters.
The command to send data over lora is
at+send=lora:#:<data>\r\n where # is a 1-digit port number. This takes 17 characters leaving 238 characters for the data which is in hex meaning an effective payload limit of 119 bytes.
At DR3 (SF7125K in USA) I should be able to send around 200 bytes. Is it possible to send payloads of over 119 bytes using AT commands?