Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
pa blo

[Solved]Studio F*cked mi cc2500

2 posts in this topic

I had the simulator configured, not the fet debugger, when this happens no interrupts can occur by themselves.

---------------------------------------------------------

Hi, this is a wonderful site, i am happy to have found it, ive been using ez439-RF2500 for a while now, suffering the painfull non-help we get from TI, and i need your help.

 

i tried using smart rf studio to reduce the data rate of my cc2500 so i used smart rf studio as instructed by some really smart TI employee in e2e, so i mrfispiwrote those values that correspond to the low data rate reccomnded values from smart rf. and then my code just froze in mrfi_init waiting for an interrupt flag to set. an i dont know what to do, both my boards compile other codes, i guess cc2500 got somehow misconfigured.

 

halRfWriteReg(IOCFG0,0x06); //GDO0Output Pin Configuration

halRfWriteReg(PKTCTRL0,0x05);//Packet Automation Control

halRfWriteReg(CHANNR,0x03); //Channel Number

halRfWriteReg(FSCTRL1,0x08); //Frequency Synthesizer Control

halRfWriteReg(FREQ2,0x5D); //Frequency Control Word, High Byte

halRfWriteReg(FREQ1,0x44); //Frequency Control Word, Middle Byte

halRfWriteReg(MDMCFG4,0x86); //Modem Configuration

halRfWriteReg(MDMCFG3,0x83); //Modem Configuration

halRfWriteReg(MDMCFG2,0x03); //Modem Configuration

halRfWriteReg(MDMCFG1,0x23); //Modem Configuration

halRfWriteReg(MDMCFG0,0x3B); //Modem Configuration

halRfWriteReg(DEVIATN,0x44); //Modem Deviation Setting

halRfWriteReg(MCSM0,0x18); //Main Radio Control State Machine Configuration

halRfWriteReg(FOCCFG,0x16); //Frequency Offset Compensation Configuration

halRfWriteReg(FSCAL1,0x00); //Frequency Synthesizer Calibration

halRfWriteReg(FSCAL0,0x11); //Frequency Synthesizer Calibration

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Your mails sounds as if you did have "working" code, what were the settings you were using before ?

 

Also i dont see all values you can set reported back, FREQ0 seems to be missing which is part of the frequency.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0