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Part Number: CC1310
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I am using sensor example and collector example from ti 15.4 stack in star topology.
I have 20 sensor nodes and 1 collector gateway.
Frequency Hopping is enable on both the example
on sensor example polling interval is 1000.
The collector is always in the joining mode
we designed our own custom boared using CC1310F128 chip
our system is working fine when there is one Collector Gateway and multple Sensor nodes
My issue is
when Sensor node is joined to perticular Collector gateway. It only re joines to the same gateway and doesn't joins to any other gateway.
what changes I need to make in sensor example and collector example so that Sensro node can joine any other Collector gateway, if I transfer the sensor node to any other location
The reason this may be occurring is because the sensor still has old network information stored.
I would simply recommend you send a disassociation request and leave the original network before joining a new network. If all 20 sensor nodes need to leave the network, I would stagger their requests so the collector does not miss any requests, and retry if needed.
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