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Now to cross-compile the dattasheet code for the architecture and generate an Intel hex file which can be burnt to the XRF module. Gadjet Nut 4 December at If you haven’t got one, buy one from Ciseco – link to their shop is above. After a bit of searching I did find code that someone has written to allow the debugger to be used from Linux and it’s hosted on github.
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Paul Hayes 17 August at Gadjet Nut 25 December at Thanks for your feedback and help, much appreciated! This is really excellent information.
At this point you are supposed to install a Windows-only toolkit to use the cc-debugger. My settings now match what comes out of smartrf. So far I’ve only done this with an older v1.
Note that not all pins are present on the cc and even less are broken out to a physical pin on the XRF module. I set this out on my breadboard and ended up with this: Since then I have tried to figure out the settings to put the radio down to 1.
Yes it’s a real shame these aren’t going to be available any more. However I can’t get your lightswitch program to work.
According to what I read and SmartRF, the frequency settings should be: I’ve got more source code here: All this can be supplied by the likes of Farnell or Maplin Electronics or even just from ebay if you don’t have them already. Did you you manage to get it working? Gadjet Nut 5 December at This is essential because all pins are inputs by default. You’ll end up with a few files generated. After using the Linux compiler and your makefile it works well!
Hence it is not possible to program that with the standard tools. With the firmware you can get from Ciseco they will act as simple serial-to-radio devices allowing something like an Arduino to communication wirelessly with other devices. Paul Hayes 2 September at Richard Sierakowski 2 September at You have been warned! The wire colours in my photo match my diagram above.
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Firstly, this includes the libraries for the cc chip. Paul Hayes 22 November at I use the proper cc-debugger, never tried it with anything else. Note that the ten-pin connection is shown as you are looking at the end of the ribbon cable with it connected to the cc-debugger, pin one is bottom left. Do you know of there is a bootloader for the Cc1101 that can load the.
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Paul Hayes 29 December at Then there is a main function which is what gets executed when the XRF boots up. Which is a real shame. Gadjet Nut 22 November at Paul Hayes 5 December at If I change the settings to: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
If you see “no target detected” then you probably don’t have the XRF module wired up correctly. You were quite right, a mistake in the diagram. It seems to be a drop-in replacement for sdcc. Gadjet Nut 20 November at I have an Easy programmer from Mikroelektronika which uses the Flash software as shown below:. Use git to download the source and then build it like so: In this post are my notes on what was required to write, compile and upload my own firmware to datasbeet Ciseco XRF module which is based on a TI CC chipset.
I can’t seem to figure datasheer which microcontroller is embedded on the module.
It does not mean there is an microcontroller explicitly embedded on CC evaluation modules. I’ve been unable to get this to work though.