Part Number: LAUNCHXL-CC1350
I have some questions about CC1350/CC1310.
My company is using CC1101 and CC1200 for custom communications between different self made equipments.
At this moment we are thinking on changing architecture of the existing products, but, we need to continue communicating with these (in the future) old equipments. We have started looking for new RF Transceivers, like cc1350/cc1310 with integrated MCU, but, playing with an old CC1101 module, and a LAUNCHXL-CC1350, using Smart RFStudio 7 to setup the LAUNCHXL-CC1350 board, it has been impossible to get valid information, always, an CRC Error has been detected on Smart RFStudio.
My question is, CC1350/CC1310 is compatible (from the communications point of view) with CC1101 and CC1200? Or I should continue using CC1101 and CC1200 not to have compatibility with old equipments?
Thanks a lot.
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In reply to TER:
In reply to Javier Garcia1:
Yes, I am sorry I did not see how to do it last time.
For some reason I didn't get these to work at all but I made my own:
I didn't get any CRC errors when I tested with the settings attached.
Note that you should take a look at http://www.ti.com/lit/an/swra522e/swra522e.pdf to get the best AGC_REF value for 100 kbps, starting from 200 kbps will give slightly non optimal setting for 100 kbps.
Thanks a lot for your help.
I've just used the parameter values from SmartRF Studio (CC1101_TI) to setup my CC1101 controlled by the arduino, and I loaded the CC1350 configuration to the LaunchXL-CC1350 using directly SmartRF Studio, but, I still only get CRC Errors. I did not check to transmit from CC1350 and receiving on CC1101, but I understand that the result will be the same.
When I have a moment, I will check the CC1101 parameters to see what changes you introduced in your setup, and try to understand the differences with my setup configuration (I assume that will be, mostly, GDO0 and GDO2 interfacing. I supose that you used a CC1100 Dev. Board from TI, and may be, this is the reason why it did no work for you the XML I attached for this Transceiver).
I will tell you my results in some days.
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