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CC2531: RF4CE MSO Profile

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Part Number: CC2531

Hello, 

Please help me, I need to implement remote control application with support MSO (0xC0) ans MSO voice command (0xC1), at the forum was mentioned patch that support this profile.

Ideally I want to use this patch or additional MSO example with the Remote Linux application, because I will use CC2531 USB stick with ARM Linux board.

Thank you.

  • Hi Max,

    Have you checked the resources at http://www.ti.com/tool/REMOTI ?


    Regards,
    Toby
  • In reply to Toby Pan:

    Hello Toby,
    Of course I was install REMOTI stack, also load and build Linux App, But I do not see MSO support that was mentioned at the forum, I gues that may be TI has some patch that expand REMOTI wit add MSO profile supporting.
    This is wery important for me, currently I has CC2531 usb stick amd two board with the CC2530 and I want setup one board as Target (STB emulator) and second as Controller (Remote control emulator) but without ZRC profile, only MSO profile is needed.
    May be also TI has Linux library that may encode and send voice command as emulator remote control ? Currently I see only support of decoding voice command at the Linux side that will be receiver from remote control.

    Thank you, best regards.
  • In reply to Toby Pan:

    hello,

    I trying to enable "FEATURE_MSO", but compilation is unsuccessful,

    "fatal error: mso_common.h: No such file or directory"


    This file not contained in repository. I guess, this file contained in additional patch, that allowing MSO profile.

    Thank you.

  • In reply to Toby Pan:

    Also I find topic in where mentioned about the patch.
    e2e.ti.com/.../384851
  • In reply to Max Shestirko:

    Hi Max,

    I can find no history of mso_common.h/c in our internal drives, the development you speak of was last modified over four years ago and support has since been deprecated and is no longer supported. I've copied the engineer from the other thread for comments but I'm not sure if he will be able to provide more information.

    Regards,
    Ryan

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  • In reply to Ryan Brown1:

    Hello Ryan,

    Thank you for update, ok, I will wait any updates.

    Regards.

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