The SimpliciTI example for simple Peer to Peer communication is intended towards CC2500 Rf module and a range of boards which include the MSP430FG4618 experimenters board. I tried compiling the program using Code Composer, and it was build successfully. I would like to know If I were to use this progam with the MSP430F2619 board and the CC1101 RF module, What changes should i make to get it build sucessfully. I just tried changing the board and RF module description in the Project->Properties section which obviously gave me some errors on building. The errors were as such
undefined first referenced symbol in file --------- ---------------- FLL_CTL0 ./Components/bsp/bsp.obj ME2 ./Components/mrfi/mrfi.obj SCFI0 ./Components/bsp/bsp.obj SCFQCTL ./Components/bsp/bsp.obj U1BR0 ./Components/mrfi/mrfi.obj U1BR1 ./Components/mrfi/mrfi.obj U1CTL ./Components/mrfi/mrfi.obj U1MCTL ./Components/mrfi/mrfi.obj U1RXBUF ./Components/mrfi/mrfi.obj U1TCTL ./Components/mrfi/mrfi.obj U1TXBUF ./Components/mrfi/mrfi.objerror: unresolved symbols remainerror: errors encountered during linking; "Project.out" not built>> Compilation failure
I understand that this is mainly due to different register maps for both the boards and would like to know what should be done to rectify this.
I hope I make some sense at least.
Any hints please?
Make sure you are using the correct #include in the code, when you change mcu you have to change it there as well. There should be a directory where code composer is installed that lists the various available includes.
I had the same needing : modifying Simple_Peer_To_Peer project with a MSP430F2272 and CC1101 chip.
It seems OK for the MSP430, but I didn't find how to change the RFchip in that project and don't find documentation about that...
Do you have some information of wher changing CC2500 to CC1101?
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