Did some in-house testing the other day w/ 62.5k LoRa packets like we expect to see from SATLLA-1. Of course the waterfall blip won’t be as strong as this one from across the room, but if everyone has their waterfall span set wide enough, packets of that bandwidth will hopefully be identifiable.
The issue is, because there is no LoRa flowgraph, the default flowgraph will be used. This is the FM flowgraph which has a 48 kHz waterfall bandwidth.
The transmitted signal will be wider than this, so you’ll see blips taking up the entire bandwidth of the waterfall.
Very good - thanks!! Did not know the system default was 48k wide.