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SamuelVergeiner

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  1. The line concerning watchdog was copied from a program we wrote with our teacher, haha. I bet, he doesn't even know how to code himself *face palm*. But, i googled it and the posts there say that the line "WDTCTL = WDTPW + WDTHOLD;" should stop watchdog. However, others say that "WDTCL = WDTPW | WDTHOLD;" Which one is the right one? Secondly, I am reading P6.5 - in the byte P6 the "x" (00x0000). So, I have to shift it four positions to the right in order for bit0 to be the value I want to read, if I understand this correctly. I do not have my MSP with me at the momen
  2. I have implemented your changes in my program, but it does not work after all. Thank you for pointing me to this error - I must have confused the modules in- and outputs with the controller's. I do not know what else I could try. My teacher didn't even want to look at my program. He just kept saying that the internet is my friend. My program now looks like this: #include "main.h" #include <stdint.h> void WriteCMD(unsigned int CMD); void Write1(); void Write0(); int check_status(); void main() { //WDTCTL = WDTPW + WDTHOLD; // stop watchdog timer t
  3. Thank you for your answer. First things first, I am a student at a technical school in Austria and this is part of a project for class. My problem is that our teacher does not really want to help us if we have problems. He always tells us to "google ourself". Now, that I have struggled so long, I thought that my only way to ever getting this thing to run is by asking in a forum, and here we are. (And by the way, I have to use bitbanging because my teacher wants me to.) So, I have implemented your code, with a slight change, so I can analyse it better. Now, my result is always 0x000
  4. Hello, I hope this is the right forum to post in, I'm a new user here... So, I have been trying to get the RFM12b module to work with my MSP430F5529. The connections are as follows for transmission: VDD --> 3.3V GND--> GND SDO-->P6.5 nIRQ-->P3.4 nSEL-->P3.3 SCK-->P1.6 SDI-->P6.6 Now, I have the following code, in which I only configure the module and try to read its status register: #include "main.h" void WriteCMD(unsigned int CMD); void Write1(); void Write0(); int check_status(); void main()
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