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CC2530 with EXP5438A Beginner problem
I have recently started a project to enable Zigbee communication between devices. I had to use 2x EXP5438A with 2x CC2530 Antennas. I am able to build a sample project and download the code into the application. I have configured one device as co-ordinator and other device as router. LED1 and LED2 of both experimenter boards (coordinator and router) keep blinking. If I use SW1 (as mentioned in the Z-Stack Sample Application For EXP5438 and CC2520 (SWRA220)) multiple times I might see only LED1 turns on for a few seconds, but I dont see LED2 blinking on other experimenter board. Can you please help where I was wrong?
Question number 2: I have running through much of information available in the PDFs but I am not quite sure where to start. Can someone suggest your procedure of getting acquainted with things easily.
Thanks a lot in advance.
I have found out solution to the problem, the zigbee sample solutions provided by TI support CC2520. They are working fine, right after one compilation. But when it comes to CC2530, the solution is not straight forward (it has something to do ZNP and ZAP).
Some information from the following link would help: http://e2e.ti.com/support/low_power_rf/f/158/t/48224.aspx?Redirected=true
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