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CC1110-CC1111: Peer_to_Peer communication experiment problems based on simpliciti.

Part Number: CC1110-CC1111
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Hi team,

Here's the request from the customer:

The source program used is simple_Peer_to_Peer of simpliciTI-IAR-1.2.0.

Customer used TI's example simple_Peer_to_Peer to do a peer-to-peer network experiment. After downloading the LinkTo.c and LinkListen.c programs to the two EDs respectively, after the talker is powered on, the red and green LEDs light up at the same time. After the listener is powered on, The green LED is on and blinking, and the red is off. The ED has been listening to the link information from the talker, but no matter how far the two EDs are, they still cannot establish a connection.

At first he thought it was because the physical addresses of the two EDs might be set to be the same, but then he re-downloaded the programs for them and confirmed that the address of the talker is {0x79, 0x56, 0x34, 0x12}, the address of the listener is {0x79, 0x56, 0x34, 0x13}. However they still cannot establish a connection.

What's more, which file in the protocol stack code is used to modify the antenna operating frequency in the peer-to-peer network experiment.? 

The source program used is simple_Peer_to_Peer of simpliciTI-IAR-1.2.0

Could you help check this case? Thanks.

Best Regards,