Part Number: LAUNCHXL-CC1310
I want to use SimpleLink library to have my transmitting CC1310, and my receiving CC1310 to start an event at the same time.
One my Tx sends data the my Rx, is there a way for both the Rx and Tx to know for sure that the data has been transferred?
if you want to guarantee that the message has been received, you need to work with sequence numbers in your packets and your receiver needs to confirm every packet that has been received by sending an acknowledgment message to the sender. This is a common problem and needs to be solved on the transport layer. You need a connection-oriented protocol, such as the "Transmission Control Protocol" in the IPv4 stack or a more light-weight protocol.
We have no example that shows such a transport-layer protocol. You need to implement it on your own. I suggest to take the EasyLink TX/ EasyLink RX examples and extend these with sequence numbers and acknowledgement messages.
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