1) I want to use temp sensor in my project, however there is no any description how to do that. I found block "Temp sensor" in CC1125 datasheet ( SWRS120A – REVISED MARCH 2012 p.20):
CC1125 Block Diagram
But in cc112X user guide (SWRU295C.pdf) there's no such block and said nothing about it's using. I'd like to ask if I can use it and how to do that.
2) I want to use manchester coding in synchronous serial mode. Is it possible, or I can use manchester only on the payload? In SmartRF there is about 10 seconds delay before getting lock status in RX and, as I can can see in my experiment, it doesn't encode data in TX.
1) CC112x has a build in temperature sensor but this has never been tested and there exist no information how to use it.
2) CC112x manchester codes payload, not preamble and sync word.
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1) Please, tell me registers settings to have a possibility to see temp sensor information. I'll try to test it by myself. Any information abot this will be useful for me. For example in CC1100 there is a possibility to set temp sensor output to one of the GPIO. If CC1125 has the same possibiliry it would be great.
2) I use Synchronous Serial Mode without preamble and sync word. In RX mode CC1125 gives correct clock (IOCFGx.GPIOx_CFG = SERIAL_CLK , clock frequency is equal Bit rate). In TX mode clock frequency is equal Symbol rate, I mean that there is no manchester encoding in TX. For example, I set symbol rate 4800 bps, in RX I have clock frequency =4800 bps, in TX 9600 bps. I need to have compatibility with our old devices on CC1020 and I can do nothing for that. In CC1020 manchester encoding/decoding works correct. I want to know if CC1125 can do the same.
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