I’m building my first TTN device which consists of an Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V, a HopeRF RFM95, and Things Indoor Gateway. I’m having trouble getting the standard ttn-otaa example sketch to work correctly and I’m trying to diagnose the problem myself. The LMIC debug level seems like it would be helpful. I switched from LMIC_DEBUG_LEVEL = 0 to LMIC_DEBUG_LEVEL = 1 and I can see that this had an effect because much more of my available RAM was used at the higher debug level. However, I don’t see the debug messages on the Serial Monitor that the LMIC source code suggests I should be seeing. I am seeing messages like this:
09:05:23.217 -> 457: EV_JOINING
09:05:23.217 -> 953: EV_TXSTART
09:05:29.934 -> 421982: EV_TXSTART
but I see those messages when the LMIC debug level set to 0. In other words, raising the LMIC debug level to 1 hasn’t changed the serial output at all. I’ve include the content of my lmic_project_config.h below.
Any suggestions for being able to see the LMIC debug messages?
// project-specific definitions
#define CFG_us915 1
#define CFG_sx1276_radio 1
#define LMIC_DEBUG_LEVEL 1
// define this in lmic_project_config.h to disable all code related to ping
// define this in lmic_project_config.h to disable all code related to beacon tracking.
// Requires ping to be disabled too