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RTOS/CC1352P: Main Assert handler problem in cc1352 devices
Part Number: CC1352P
Hi, I am using REV E CC1352P ICs in my custom board. My application is collector application in TI 15.4 stackI am using following softwaresSDK V3.20.00.68ccsV9.1
Collector in Non beacon mode
My application is working fine with REV C custom board but after porting to V3.2 and hardware changes in custom board are made. My firmware is entering in to main assert handler some times and some times debugging correctly. what could be the possible reasons for main assert handler in firmware.Note: Hardware changes are made as per launchpad REVE schematic
Thanks and regardsHaricharan
To narrow down where the issue could be, please try the following items:- run out-of-box 3.20 example on your custom board with Rev E silicon (if the example runs as expected, then the custom board is probably ok)- run your ported application on a launchpad with Rev E silicon (if your application runs as expected, then the ported software is probably ok)
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In reply to Toby Pan:
Thank you for your response, i added CPUDelay(12000000); instruction before initialization of peripherals which resolved my issue.
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