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SimpliciTI 1.2.1 Beta Version
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By looking at the SimpliciTIchangelog.pdf file, this appears to be an older version. 1.1.0. Is that intended?
this is a beta release, the documentation is not yet updated. sorry for that
I agree with blb (Barry). I downloaded this code and compared it with the current Installer 1.2.0 code I have. There are some critical fixes I asked Jim Noxon to include in the 1.2.0 release which he did. These fixes are not in the code I downloaded from this link. This look like 1.1.1 code to me. It is messed up.
BTW The version bytes in the nwk_globals.c of the 1.2.0 release are incorrect.
thanks for the input. Basically i was only told to upload this beta version to E2E, and i will check this issue with the original file owner.
One thing for sure is that this beta version contains project files for the new TrxEB board which is (AFAIK) not available in the previous v1.2.0. This also includes then the support of CC1120.
I will get back to you as soon as i got some update from the file owner.
Heheh, still waiting for the CCS version of SimpliciTI 1.2.0 :(
Multitech Systems Inc
i am too
I am wondering when the SimpliciTI official version supporting CC1120 will be released. Do you have a schedule?
I have been testing the Simpliciti 1.2.1 that you have shared in a TRXEB evaluation board (rev 1.5) with the CC110L evalution boards of the CC110LDK_EM_868_915 rev1.0.0 or even with the CC1101EM 3.0 and it doesn't work.
I have tested the simple peer to peer example, the AP as datahub and also the Polling with Ap. I have changed the smartf settings to a new ones and I can get it to pass though the SMPL_init function. What is problem?
It should a basic test.
Maybe I'm missing something, but I've searched everything inside TI (E2E also) website and also global network (search engines) and nothing.
What I must do?
I have a solution based on the CC113L and CC115L with my own protocol working perfectly well, but Simpliciti I can't get it to work.
I need a clean working example of the Simpliciti working if I can't put it working in the next days I will have to go to the Miwi protocol from Microchip.
Can you help me?
Did anyone have the same problem as I?
Or is really a problem of my IAR compiler eventually?
i uploaded a newer version of v1.2.1 Beta which i got from the product group team in my first thread above, it looks cleaner, and i tested some basic porting and it works without problem.
Could you see whether it works for you?
Thanks for your response. The newer version is uploaded in the same location as the previous?
I have again downloaded it (1781.SimpliciTI-IAR-1.2.1-Beta.zip) but it seems that is the same code.
I will double check and try it again.
As soon as I have further information I will send my feedbacks.
I've downloaded the 1781.SimpliciTI-IAR-1.2.1-Beta file.
I've compiled, downloaded and tested the Simple pear to pear example. One of the TrxEB+ CC1101EM is the LinkTo and the other TrxEB+CC1101EM is the LinkListen device.
Debugging the LinkListen program it passes the BSP_Init function but when he enters in the SMPL_Init(sRxCallback) function it doesn't go out. The program is always in the nwk_pllBackgrounder function blinking the leds.
I don't understand the reason for this behaviour.
I will check with the other examples if there is something different.
Do you have any suggestion?
i see the problem now. This is because per default, the FREQUENCY_HOPPING feature is enabled in the project setting. Therefore the stack will try to first synchronize the time in SMPL_Init(). If you don't need the frequency hopping feature in your application, just changed the definition in smpl_nwk_config.dat from:
/* Remove 'x' corruption to enable frequency hopping. */-DFREQUENCY_HOPPING
/* Remove 'x' corruption to enable frequency hopping. */-DxFREQUENCY_HOPPING
Your answer is working now.
I have another doubt, if I want to use the frequency hopping with the SimpliciTI in both devices how I must do? Or I can't use?
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