I noticed that whenever I start the Raspberry Pi with RAK2245 with no connectivity, WiFi or Ethernet, the RAK2245’s receiver light does not turn on. If I connect an ethernet cable, the receiver light turns on in a few seconds.
Problem is that the location where I am going to install this will not have WiFi or LAN connectivity.
I am simply going to run an application on the same Raspberry Pi, grab the data locally and store it onto a SQLite database.
Then I will bring the device back home after a few days and extract the SQLite file manually.
Can I make the RAK2245 receive LoRaWAN signals without network connectivity?