I'm using SimpliciTI on the CC430F6137 and eZ430-Chronos. Both should be configured as end device (in smpl_config.dat). CC430F6137 is linker and eZ430-Chronos listener.
When i call SMPL_Init(0) bei linker i have an endless loop at MRFI_Init()-> MRFI_STROBE(SRX)-> mrfiRadioInterfaceCmdStrobe()-> while ((RF1AIN & 0x04) == 0x04);
It happens the same when I call smpl_link SMPL_Link(&sLinkID1) ->nwk_join() -> NWK_CHECK_FOR_SETRX(radioState)
Can someone help me?
im not sure but I think that the while loop checks if the radio module is ready for a new command (SRX). I work with the the sport watch project of the chronos and it resets the radio and then turns the RX interrupt on(check the open_radio function for details) before it initializes the radio. So it might be the problem that you didnt reset the radio core or turned the RX interrupt on.
i use the TI project Simple_Peer_to_Peer connection. I think that the adjustment for the radio already was made.
Those problems only occur on the CC430F6137 SoC and not on the chronos watch?
Did you try to add an open_radio() function and call it before you call smpl_init() ?
You find the code for this function in the sport watch project in the Sport Watch/driver/radio.c file
Yes, those problems occur only on the CC430F6137 ....I check whether the problem is with hardware
Similar thing is happening with me here when I try to implement CCA in CC430f6137. I commented it. Its running by fluke. I need to know the reason. May be RF Settings is where one should look for.
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