There has been a lot of discussion and confusion about testing the long range feature of Bluetooth Low Energy with Nordic Semiconductor’s latest chip nRF52840 Rev C. This blog post demonstrates that the long range feature works the way it is supposed to and gives you a complete, clear, and descriptive setup so that you can reproduce the results. 

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