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CC1352P: 15.4-stack, information about communication in Sub1Ghz
Part Number: CC1352P
In FH mode by using frame exchange (PAS-PA, PCS-PC) Collector will decide the hopping sequence. It will use the DH1CF (Psuedo Random Sequence) to generate the sequence of hopping channel for the sensor. and for the sleepy sensor device, collector will send the broadcast message to send again that hopping sequence to send the data on which channels.
Am I correct?
If i am correct, then how that collision is avoided in the FH mode? like Non beacon mode CSMA/CA?
where can i see that channel sequence in programming of FH mode?
for Europe countries i am writing a code, so i changed the Frequency band from 915MHz to 868MHz which is having 34 channels then how can i use that config channel mask in config.h?
If i remove the Tracking and Broadcast message from collector, will it impact on my coding?
See below in RED:
You cannot see it on the application layer. This is part of the Stack Lib and FH lib.
The same way you use the regular 128 channel mask. for the ETSI mode, it will just ignore channels 39+
You will need to make sure you disable those timers completely.
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