Hi tasul
Can you try to enter the usr/bin/lora, perform the:reset./reset_lgw.sh star.

After performing the reset, test the SPI interface to see if the communication is normal, and execute the SPI communication:. Test.testloragws.The running values need to be consistent, which means that the SPI communication is normal, as shown in the following figure:
SPI test is normal to enter the radio frequency test:
TX command set
./util_tx_test -r 1257 -f 868.3 -b 125 -s 12 -p 27 -t 111
Available options:
-h print this help
-r <int> radio type (SX1255:1255, SX1257:1257)
-n <uint> TX notch filter frequency in kHz [126..250]
-f <float> target frequency in MHz
-k <uint> concentrator clock source (0:Radio A, 1:Radio
-m <str> modulation type ['LORA', 'FSK']
-b <uint> LoRa bandwidth in kHz [125, 250, 500]
-s <uint> LoRa Spreading Factor [7-12]
-c <uint> LoRa Coding Rate [1-4]
-d <uint> FSK frequency deviation in kHz [1:250]
-q <float> FSK bitrate in kbps [0.5:250]
-p <int> RF power (dBm) [ 0dBm 10dBm 14dBm 20dBm 27dBm ]
-l <uint> LoRa preamble length (symbols)
-z <uint> payload size (bytes, <256)
-i send packet using inverted modulation polarity
-t <uint> pause between packets (ms)
-x <int> nb of times the sequence is repeated (-1 loop until stopped)
--lbt-freq <float> lbt first channel frequency in MHz
--lbt-nbch <uint> lbt number of channels [1..8]
--lbt-sctm <uint> lbt scan time in usec to be applied to all channels [128, 5000]
--lbt-rssi <int> lbt rssi target in dBm [-128..0]
--lbt-rssi-offset <int> rssi offset in dB to be applied to SX127x RSSI [-128..127]
RX command set:
./test_loragw_hal -a 868.3 -b 867.3 -t 868 -r 1257 -k 1

./test_loragw_hal -h
Library version information: Version: 5.0.1;
Available options:
-h print this help
-a <float> Radio A RX frequency in MHz
-b <float> Radio B RX frequency in MHz
-t <float> Radio TX frequency in MHz
-r <int> Radio type (SX1255:1255, SX1257:1257)
-k <int> Concentrator clock source (0: radio_A, 1: radio_B(default))