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using CC2500 with PIC microcontroller
Hi, I am using CC2500 RF Transceiver. I want to configure it using PIC micro controller without using SmartRF studio software.
I am unable to get the details of few registers like FREND1, FREND0, TEST2, TEST1 & TEST0.
Please guide how to proceed?
Smart RF Studio is strongly recommended to use to find the recommended register settings. Studio is not tied to a MCU so I don't see why you don't want to use it.
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Thanks for the reply. But the register i have mentioned are not explained in datasheet as well as in SmartRF Studio.
So to set value for those registers, their explanations are needed.
I want that explanation. Please guide.
You find the predefined setting in Smart RF Studio that is closest to what you want to use and set the registers according to this.
this is ok. but when i change some parameters the values to these registers changes.
to judge the change in values i have to be aware about the configuration which is not possible.
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