RAK2004 Pi HAT Ver B

I’ve recently bought a RAK2287 concentrator with RAK2004 Pi HAT. I am assuming this came out of some development kit as the RAK2004 Pi HAT is not available separately.

I have been trying to get the concentrator to work, for instance by using the official RAK Wireless github project ‘rak_common_for_gateway’, the [GitHub - lorabasics/basicstation: LoRa Basics™ Station - The LoRaWAN Gateway Software], and [GitHub - xoseperez/basicstation: Basics™ Station Packet Forward protocol using Docker].

Although the exact issues differ per setup, in each case the software shutsdown after it gives some form of error on either resetting the concentrator or trying to apply some settings to it. I’ve tried using the test tools that are part of GitHub - Lora-net/sx1302_hal: SX1302/SX1303 Hardware Abstraction Layer and Tools (packet forwarder…), but am getting fails on all tests, suggesting I’m either using the wrong pins or have some other communication issue with the Pi Hat.

Does anyone have suggestions or pointers to get me to the next step?

[I had to remove some links because I’m not allowed more than 2 in one post]

Using GitHub - lorabasics/basicstation: LoRa Basics™ Station - The LoRaWAN Gateway Software, I tried running the Corecell example adapted to Actility. These are the first errors that show up:

ERROR: Failed to set SX1250_0 in STANDBY_RC mode
2023-04-20 13:08:13.340 [HAL:INFO] [lgw_com_open:84] Opening SPI communication interface
2023-04-20 13:08:13.340 [HAL:INFO] [lgw_spi_open:88] Setting SPI speed to 2000000
2023-04-20 13:08:13.340 [HAL:INFO] [lgw_connect:1192] chip version is 0x05 (v0.5)
2023-04-20 13:08:14.943 [HAL:ERRO] [lgw_start:906] failed to setup radio 0
2023-04-20 13:08:14.943 [RAL:ERRO] Concentrator start failed: lgw_start
2023-04-20 13:08:14.943 [RAL:ERRO] ral_config failed with status 0x08
2023-04-20 13:08:14.943 [any:ERRO] Closing connection to muxs - error in s2e_onMsg

It seems to start with ERROR: Failed to set SX1250_0 in STANDBY_RC mode, I’ve seen elsewhere on the forum as well. Any guidance?