At the moment I'm trying to get the RN2483 working on my Raspberry Pi model 3 v2. The previous owner of the chip used an Arduino to power and control the chip. So here's what I've got:
1x Xbee Socket
1x Raspberry Pi model 3 v2.
The RN2483 chip is socketed into the Xbee socket. Can I simply connect the 5V, GND, Tx and Rx to my Pi GPIO headers? I've already tested my Tx and Rx pins with a simple java loopback program and the UART seems to work. If I now connect the RN2483 to the UART pins and the ground and power, it should all start to work right?
Thanks in advance!