I'm trying to use the "out of the box" Cascading End Devices example with the EZ430-RF2500 eval boards. I've been able to get the AP/ ED code working. I've double checked that the configuration files are correct.
Has anyone else gotten the EZ430 + CCE + Cascading End Devices working? Everything is a fresh install so I really don't know where to go from here.
I know this is vague, but it would be reassuring to know if someone else can get this to work.
Alright, I can get the SEH example working on the EZ430, but I'd really like to know how to get the cascading end device working as that fits my application better. I did notice the following comment and I'm not exactly sure how to process this (the change log for 1.05 on the Simpliciti download page).
Library support has been removed from the eZ430RF-2500 projects in this distribution.The projects to build the libraries remain. But the libraries themselves and the exampleworkspaces that previously used the libraries have been removed.
I just got the example "Access Point as Data Hub" working on my three EZ430-2500 boards using CCE 3.1 and Simpliciti 1.1.0. But I cannot get the Cascading End Device working, which is frustrating because that paradigm makes a lot more sense for my application.
Anyone got any ideas?
Another comment: I notice that the BSP_ISR_FUNCTION (Port 2 interrupt vector in mrfi_board.c) doesn't get triggered unless the other board is transmitting, suggesting to me that the CC2500 is signaling it's getting a message but the code isn't receiving that message in main_babble.c.
Hello I am also trying to run the Cascading End Device. I am also using SimpliciTI 1.1.0 .
But it also doesn't work.
Do you have any advice to solve that problem?
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