I want to use this RF22 module (in a breakout board) with a Raspberry Pi Pico. However, I have tried both the RadioHead (which is for teensy boards, as i found out later) and RF22 library without any success. The code cannot be compiled for Raspberry Pi Pico. Do you have any other libraries to suggest that I could use?

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This is a working library: https://www.airspayce.com/mikem/arduino/RadioHead/

I had the modified library installed that is compatible with Teensy boards.

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  • I am using windows, i am writing code on arduino IDE with the arduino-pico core, and i am using the raspberry pi pico h 2021. As for documentation, the links provide the necessary details. Sep 19, 2022 at 7:11

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