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LAUNCHXL-CC1352R1: Device not recognized by Smart RF Packet Sniffer 2
Part Number: LAUNCHXL-CC1352R1
I have followed the Smart RF packet sniffer 2 user guide and flashed the sniffer_sw.hex file to CC1310F128 device through CC1310 LaunchPad Rev.1.4 which is successfully loaded. But in the Smart RF Sniffer Agent - v.1.80 it's not detecting the device.
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Are you using the sniffer_fw.hex from C:\Program Files (x86)\Texas Instruments\SmartRF Tools\SmartRF Packet Sniffer 2\sniffer_fw\bin\cc13x0lp, did you erase all flash memory before programming, and what firmware did you use to program the device (UNIFLASH, FLASH-PROGRAMMER-2, etc)? How does the LAUNCHXL-CC1310 appear inside the Device Manager? Can you confirm the PACKET-SNIFFER Serial Port Settings at 921600 Baud, no flow or parity, one stop and 8 data bits?
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In reply to Ryan Brown1:
Yes, I'm using the mentioned .hex file and using FLASH PROGRAMMER 2. I missed step to erase the flash memory. And configured it as per "SmartRF Packet Sniffer 2 v1.8.0 User’s Guide". So now I can able to configure the device, but I'm not getting any packets in the Wireshark. I want to test the TI 15.4 collector-sensor example present in "C:\ti\simplelink_cc13x0_sdk_4_10_01_01\examples\rtos\CC1310_LAUNCHXL\ti154stack". Do I need to connect the sniffer, collector and sensor each device to a separate CC1310 Launch Pad. Also I'm not getting where is the Decryption Key present in the collector-sensor program. Please find the below attached screenshots.
In reply to Ishashree Mallik:
Make sure you don't have other TI tools such as CCS, Flash Programmer 2, or SmartRF Studio opened at the same time you test this.
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