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Part Number: CC2652R
I would like to know if TI provides any firmware for 802.15.4 RF testing with CC2652R? For example, for BLE, I use host_test with HCI command.
TI 15.4-Stack has CERTIFICATION_TEST_MODE and Z-Stack DMM application examples use PER_TEST, along with power test profiles for either stack. Then there is also the SMARTRFTM-STUDIO IEEE 802.15.4 mode so it really depends on what exactly you are trying to accomplish.
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In reply to Ryan Brown1:
Thanks for your prompt response. I would like to download the firmware to my board and to be able to perform transmit and receive test via UART.
Where is CERTIFICATION_TEST_MODE? I don't see that in "Simplelink CC13x2 26x2 SDK" under "CC26x2R LaunchPad/TI 15-4 Stack" directory.
I installed SmartRF studio. Which firmware is for 802.15.4 RF testing? Can I control the device via UART instead of using SmartRF Studio application?
Try to check if rfPacketErrorRate example can be used.
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In reply to Koon Hung Lee:
CERTIFICATION_TEST_MODE is a parameter provided in the TI 15.4-Stack example applications: http://dev.ti.com/tirex/content/simplelink_cc13x2_26x2_sdk_3_40_00_02/docs/ti154stack/html/ti154stack/example-applications.html#configuration-parameters
You will not be able to use UART with SMARTRFTM-STUDIO. If this is a requirement then you should investigate the coprocessor: http://dev.ti.com/tirex/explore/node?node=ALDzqGjWNKC73CCgya.xBw__pTTHBmu__LATEST
Just to be clear, I have CC2652r implemented in my board. I can bypass my board circuitry and control CC2652r directly via UART from my computer. I load host_test and I am able to send HCI command from my computer to test BLE RF performance (transmit quality and receive sensitivity). I am looking for something similar for 802.15.4.
CERTIFICATION_TEST_MODE doesn't seem to be what I am looking for as I have to connect to another device and I cannot perform receive sensitivity measurement and it cannot transmit continuously.
It looks like SmartRF Studio has all the features that I need. I don't need to use SmartRF Studio to control my board via UART. It would be great if I can send the corresponding command via UART from my computer to control my device to continuous TX and RX.
With a full understanding of your system requirements I recommend that you use the rfEasyLinkNp: http://dev.ti.com/tirex/explore/node?node=AFWGFAP8LmjvJCyBv55MEQ__pTTHBmu__LATEST
The rfEasyLinkNp project doesn't support 802.15.4 modulation (O-QPSK). It only has 2-GFSK. Is that correct?
The following AT Control Command will initialize the radio to user-defined settings from ti_radio_config.c/h which can be determined in SMARTRFTM-STUDIO: AT+I 00<CR>
In rfEasyLinkNp.syscfg page (using CCS), I select Custom and deselect Easylink under RF Stack since SysConfig doesn't support multiple stack configuration. Next, I follow instructions from this link:
CCS complains that it couldn't find "ti_easylink_config.h". Do you have instruction on how to include 802.15.4 QPSK?
This involves Step 9: Adjust Your Application Files. I would recommend keeping the EasyLink configuration but modifying the SysConfig file for Radio -> Use RF Settings Exported from SmartRF Studio and add the ti_radio_config.c/h files directly to your project.
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