Is it the plan that the wiki-page comes back up?
Is there any way to get the actual time on air after a package has been sent from the RN2483? Or is it only possible to calculate it?
I'm a bit on doubt about how the duty cycle limitation is enforced (on the RN2483). When trying to transmit too often I get the "no_free_ch". Is this the "legal limit" you can use (I know that this is not in compliance with the fair usage policy of TTN, this is just for testing) in the EU or do I still need to pay attention as to how often I transmit?
According to the calculator the time on air should be 61 ms, which should prohibit me from sending for the next 6 seconds. However the "no_free_ch" doesn't occur before I've transmitted 8 times (rapidly after each other). I've read in another thread, that it is because I can send on 8 channels and it is only when I'm sending on the first one again, that the duty cycle is violated. However all of the transmission is in the same sub-band as far as I understand (868-868.6), so what am I missing?