The reference designs for the SX126x family have PE4259 RF switches to isolate the RX and TX ports. These switches have capacitors directly on their outputs.
In a situation with capacitors on the switch outputs, Peregrin Semi recommends a discharge resistor to minimise stress to the switch (https://www.psemi.com/pdf/app_notes/an27.pdf). Is there a reason that Semtech do not recommend this?
(I ask because I am seeing a very high failure rate of these switches in my design, and am trying to figure out why)