41300895 wrote:NOW this is getting weird now, after hours of editing, I realized the line" network.update() makes my code stuck because the pd13 led always ON. If I remove it, the PD13 led blinks normally.
when i'm using blinky, i find it useful to make high/low timing asymmetric 100/1000, 1000/100 etc
quite useful if you don't know the led is driven, it also confirms the target has been written too as well.
please post a link to the board, i have a couple of 407 boards with nrf24 connectors, more importantly i have at least partial schematics for one
i'd suggest removing any dht bits, reduce it to the basics /* */ & // are your friends
use millis() to provide something as data to write to the radio.