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CC1352R: Is there any alternative prop commands to CMD_IEEE_RX_ACK
Part Number: CC1352R
Hi TI expert,
Chapter 25.5.4 in TRM mentioned "In IEEE 802.15.4 mode, the radio CPU accepts two levels of radio operation commands. Operations can run in the background level or in the foreground level.". The Tx command is able to run in front of Rx command, so that the Rx does not need to be abort manually, as "The transmit operation causes the background level operation to be suspended until the transmission is done."
I am wondering if the prop commands support combinations of Foreground and Background Level Operations?
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In reply to PM:
Do you still need help on this?
In reply to Alexis Crandall20:
I am still waiting for the response ;)
In reply to Pengcheng Liu:
I think the answer is technically no, but I think what you may be looking for is command chaining. Refer here: http://dev.ti.com/tirex/content/simplelink_cc13x0_sdk_1_00_00_13/docs/proprietary-rf/html/cc13x0/examplesusersguide/index.html
I couldn't find a suitable example provided by IT SDK regarding using PROP command to send a packet during the time when RX command is running. I had a quick check on prop-mode implementation in Contiki-ng, it aborts the current RX before execute the PROP TX command.
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