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Part Number: CC1310
Our customer are implementing Contiki on CC1310 at 433MHz.
They made custom board based on CC1310 with RHB package (5x5mm), SmartRF Flash Programmer 2 (ver. 1.7.5) displays chip revision 2.1.With Smart RF Studio custom boards can be connected at 433 MHz and at 868 MHz.
Contiki firmware works on launchpad board at 868Mhz and at 433Mhz. Contiki firmware also works fine on custom board at 868Mhz. But Contiki firmware does not works on custom board at 433Mhz.
Configuration of firmware created by addinf following strings to contiki\cpu\cc26xx-cc13xx\rf-core\dot-15-4g.h: #elif DOT_15_4G_FREQUENCY_BAND_ID==DOT_15_4G_FREQUENCY_BAND_433 #define DOT_15_4G_CHANNEL_MAX 1 #define DOT_15_4G_CHANNEL_SPACING 200 #define DOT_15_4G_CHAN0_FREQUENCY 433920 #define PROP_MODE_CONF_LO_DIVIDER 0x0A
How to solve this problem?
I guess the radio configuration is same for RHB package (5x5mm, on custom) and for RGZ package (7x7mm, on launchpad)?
In reply to Firefighter:
Both launchpad and custom board based on chip version 2.1.
In reply to Vsevolod Elantsev:
I would suggest to make PER tests using other software than Contiki to start with, this should rule out any hardware issues. Using the PER example in the CC13x0 SDK is a good start.
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