I am trying to create a SimpliciTI connection between the Stellaris Evalbot LM3S9B92 as an Access Point and the CC430F5137 (EM430F5137RF900 REV3.2) as an End Device. Both devices are using the CC1101 radio. Currently the CC430 gets a "SMPL_NO_JOIN" when trying to get past SMPL_Init(0)
Both devices are running unmodified example projects: Evalbot using the "chronos_drive" project and the CC430 using the AP_as_Data_Hub ED project.
Does anyone know any steps that need to be taken to establish this connection? I feel like the answer otherwise lies in 4 weeks of becoming a guru on the design of SimpliciTI.
I originally tried importing simpliciti into the enet_lwip project since I am using the ethernet port as well, and it all compiled and seemed to be set up just like the chronos project (minus CHRONOS_RADIO_CONFIG) but ran into the error above, so now I am just trying to get a barebone application running with example projects.I'll start a list of things I have looked at, but no guarantees I did something correctly, there may be nuances I am unaware of.1. smpl_config.dat/smpl_nwk_config.dat and simpliciti_config.h files seem have appropriate settings2. Both boards work with their respective projects. (Evalbot with Chronos Watch) (CC430 demo board with another identical CC430 demo board AP/ED)3. SMARTRF settings seem to be identical for smartrf_cc1101.h for the AP and smartrf_cc430.h for the ED4. Stellaris board has the CC1101 peripheral board attached, both devices have attenae attached.5. Tried connection with CHRONOS_RADIO_CONFIG both defined and undefined.Thanks in advance!
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