Is duty-cycle managed by AT commands firmware?


Within few days, I will enter the world of of RAK4200 using the at-commands API.
Il will use RAK200.

1- If found documentation on AT commands only for RAK811. Is it strictly the same for RAK4200 ?
2- Does duty cycle stuffs are taken into account by the AT firmware or should this be implemented on the host’s firmware ?


1 = very similar and at+help will tell you what the module supports

2 = I’ve not been blocked whilst testing somI think it is up to you

Thanks for your answer.

Did you try the parameter named “duty” in the function at+set_config command?
There’s no documentation on it except that it can be on or off.

I try not to use third part software to stay legal so, no, I haven’t