I finally got my new boards, after they travelled backwards and forwards a few times. Such are the times we live in. I will publish a TTN Mapper script for it soon since that’s a good demo app for LoRaWAN mixed in with the gps reading.
In any case, there is an unpopulated square on the board, and looking back at the early production photos shows there was a battery/supercap in that spot. It’s not going to matter much for me, but I’d be interested in knowing why that didn’t turn out to be useful/possible for keeping the ephemeris over deepsleep? Can/should it be retrofitted for some use cases?
Great GPS reception on the onboard antenna too. I would suggest marking the u.fl sockets in a future release too (GPS vs LoRa)