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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.
In reply to Ryan Brown1:
If I select "Use RF Settings Exported from SmartRF Studio," I receive a few errors messages when building the project.
Error: gmake: *** [easylink/EasyLink.obj] Error 1
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In reply to Koon Hung Lee:
Clean the project before rebuilding a provide a complete error log.
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I have attached a screen capture of CCS ver 9.3 with the error message. I also include ti_radio_config.c/h that I generate from smart studio.
I could not find a working solution and have no expertise in this area, you may need to disable SysConfig to accomplish your task.
How do I disable SysConfig? Is it fair to say that it is not possible to generate 802.15.4 O-QPSK signal using rfEasyLinkNp project?
And it appears that may be the case, which I was not aware of before.
I tried but there are more error messages. It would be great if TI can try it. I just want to verify 802.15.4 O-QPSK signal with CC2652R.
I apologize for the chase, it will not be possible for you to evaluate O-QPSK with the EasyLink/Proprietary RF Stack as these involve different PHYs: https://e2e.ti.com/support/tools/ccs/f/81/p/877286/3247439#3247439
O-QPSK is a special modulation of MSK. Backing up, you could use the 15.4-Stack coprocessor and TI-15-4-STACK-GATEWAY-LINUX-SDK
You should only need the Interactive Command Line Interface for your purposes.
Can you point me to Interactive Command Line Interface section?
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