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Paal last won the day on October 2 2016

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  1. Just a quick update on the issues I described above, if someone stumbles by I was able to trace down the cause for the crashes I had when the receiver was operating at its sensitivity level (weak signal). It was indeed related to the "packet length byte" associated with the data payload getting corrupted. After some poking around in the AIR library I found that that the CC1101 packet length configuration was set to 61 bytes. In my sketch I had only reserved 10 bytes in data memory for RX data, because I was only sending 10 bytes. My confusion around that was that with the AIR library, yo
  2. Hi, I've run into some problems with the Anaren library and the CC110L module. I have not had the time to dig very deep, but for me it crashes consistently when there are bit errors (e.g. due to interference or receiving near the sensitivity limit). When I had a very good link, it seems very stable. Could be related to what you see. Here's what I did, and something you could look into: Made a quick test mock up where I put the whole TX system (including batteries, no protruding wires!) in a closed tin can, and placed the RX in the next room, where I got about 50% packet error rate. The RX
  3. Yes sir, that is what I'm hoping for. But would be nice to know for sure, new radio modules take forever to get from from Hongkong to Norway
  4. Hi guys, awsome forum, have been reading for a while, this is the first post. Although I'm no beginner with electronics in general (did analog IC design for more than 10 years), I'm definitely a beginner when it comes to embedded programming One thing that I've not been able to figure out is what happens to the GPIO's while the flash is being programmed, e.g. on a launchpad. Reason I'm asking is that I don't want to destroy any circuitry that is connected to the GPIO's and that could be driving these while the MSP is being programmed. Doing a lot SW iterations, guess I could call my
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