Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TEST, , CC1352P7, CC2652R
We on going CC2652R7 MP run, use the "Radio Test Library-1.25.0 tool ", I didn't see CC2652R7 test item.
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I'm still waiting for a response from the owners. I see that cc2652r7 configurations exist in RadioTestLibrary-1.25.0\config\xml, they just appear to not be used inside RadioTestLibrary-1.25.0\source\radio_test_lib_app_ex\main.cpp. If the necessary additions were made to this C++ file then the application example could be recompiled to include the CC2652R7. According to prerequisites it would require Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 2015 and Qt 5.9.2 installed on your computer
The Radio Test Library do supprt the CC2652R7 in the same way as SmartRF Studio. The code example that is provided together with the library is just an example on how to use it. You won't find examples for all the devices that you have in SmartRF Studio, but it should give an ide about how to use the API of the library.
An updated release of SmartRF Studio is just around the corner with updated RF settings for the CC2657R7 device. You will still no see the device in the provided code example though.
The CC2652R7 and CC1352P7 have different pin layouts and RF paths. Although from the same device family, you will not be able to use the CC1352P7 settings on your CC2652R7 device. The closest model would be the CC2652R, however I do not know enough about the Radio Test Library example to know whether using these settings as a substitute for the CC2652R7 will work.