I am attempting to run a CC2500 on my target Stellaris ARM hardware. I would like to establish a p2p connection first and then add SimpliciTI. There are many sample projects for specific hardware, are there any projects for generic hardware with a Stellaris ARM? Is there a library, I can link in to my existing project?
SimpliciTI v1.1.1 is included in the most recent versions of StellarisWare. Example projects are found with the DK-LM3S9B96 and DK-LM3S9D96 board platforms.
Regarding examples for generic hardware, I'm not aware of any. I would suggest starting with one of the examples for the DK-LM3S9B96 or DK-LM4S9D96 and model accordingly.
In reply to BrandonAzbell:
I downloaded the latest StellarisWare. Most of the information is contained in C:\StellarisWare\SimpliciTI-1.1.1 folder. Now I am looking for the hardware abstraction layer to connect the SimpliciTI functions to my hardware. For example how do I connect the SPI data stream to the functions?
The file "bsp_drivers.c" only handles initialization
In reply to Paul 50485:
Eventually the connection to the specific SPI peripheral is performed in the following:
Is the packet size of SimpliciTI limited to 64 bytes?
The SimpliciTI Specification found in <STELLARISWARE_INSTALL_DIR>\SimpliciTI-1.1.1\Documents\SimpliciTI Specification.pdf indicates the Application Payload size is limited for non-802.15.4 radios to 0 <= n <= 50 bytes and for 802.15.4 radios to 0 <= n <= 111 bytes.
This is found in Table 1 in section 6.5.
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