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ADIDAIllini last won the day on December 16 2011

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  1. Just to clarify things a little bit more, I used gwdeveloper's method and this thread to do the inital setup for the SimpliciTI stuff: http://www.43oh.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=1953
  2. Yes it works on CCS. That's the main reason I messed with it! I've never worked with IAR and I figured it was easier to do this than learn IAR.
  3. I was never able to get them to pair when the crystal was installed. I then switch to the simplicities firmware and never tried the stock firmware again.
  4. If jumped csn and your crystal is installed you have to cut the trace. Plus the air module still uses XIN so the crystal will interfere with that.
  5. The changes need to be made in the your SimpliciTI smartrf_CC1101.h file. For me the file was located in the following path: c:\Texas Instruments\SimpliciTI-CCS-1.1.1\Components\mrfi\smartrf\CC1101\smartrf_CC1101.h SmartRF Studio will export your register settings and you can copy and paste them in this file after remove the settings that are in there. You need to make sure that you select all the registers and not just the default registers that are selected. These are fairly self explanatory, I believe. Original code from mrfi_board_defs.h: /* -------------------------
  6. I am admitted noob at SPI and all this, but I did end up getting the SimpliciTI stuff working (as far as I can tell). I had to do a couple of things, though. 1) If you are in the US, you need to change your radio cofiguration using SmartRF Studio. 2) Don't install your crystal, the air booster uses XIN/XOUT for SPI. You can get around it with jumper changes and cutting traces, but it is a pain. 3) On the AIR booster for JP3 (CSN) connect the pads for position 3 (otherwise it wants to use XOUT as CSN, this doesn't really work with simplicity because it is setup for all of the SPI to be
  7. I would like to read the wireless signal coming from my water meter. According to FCC docs it is using a frequency hopping scheme that has 25 distinct frequencies between 910-920MHz. The transmitting chip is a TI-CC1050. Since it is not critical that I recieve a transimission very frequently, My plan is to just sit on a channel and wait for some transmissions. Since I have an idea of what information should be coming from the meter (serial number, flow rate, etc.) I should be able to decode the signal. My problem is I don't really how to recieve the signal. I have access to a scope, b
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