In my project I have a DHT temperature/humidity sensor and a PIR(motion sensor). I'm transmitting the data those two sensors receive to another device. When I transmit the data with the "radio.sendWithRetry" the pin connected to the PIR goes "high" or reads 3.3 volts and triggers a false positive movement of the sensor. I've tried moving my PIR sensor to different pins but each time I notice the same thing. I'm using the miniWirelessHW-915 for this project. Below is my code. Please help and thank you in advance.
Since my post was deleted on lowpowerlab's forum, I'll post the solution here. Felix didn't like that I was using non-LowPowerLab equipment. Seems odd to delete the solution since his users experience the same problem.
The solution was to use the H pin on the PIR to power it (see URL below for instructions) and to also briefly power off the PIR while radio transmits and right after coming out of sleep. I added a capacitor to power the PIR for the brief time I shutdown the PIR power pin. Below is sample code. Please note that the shutdown of the PIR was suggested by a user from lowpoerlab forum. I do not take credit. I just want to help anyone that may have the same issue.