Merge pull request #1931 from g-oikonomou/contrib/cc26xx-cc13xx/update-rf-api

Use TI-Provided CC13xx/CC26xx RF API
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/******************************************************************************
* Filename: ble_mailbox.h
* Revised: $ $
* Revision: $ $
*
* Description: Definitions for BLE interface
*
* Copyright (C) 2015 Texas Instruments Incorporated - http://www.ti.com/
*
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
* are met:
*
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
*
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
* documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
*
* Neither the name of Texas Instruments Incorporated nor the names of
* its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived
* from this software without specific prior written permission.
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
* "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
* LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
* A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
* OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
* SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
* LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
* DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
* THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
* (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
* OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*
******************************************************************************/
#ifndef BLE_MAILBOX_H_
#define BLE_MAILBOX_H_
/// \name Radio operation status
///@{
/// \name Operation finished normally
///@{
#define BLE_DONE_OK 0x1400 ///< Operation ended normally
#define BLE_DONE_RXTIMEOUT 0x1401 ///< Timeout of first Rx of slave operation or end of scan window
#define BLE_DONE_NOSYNC 0x1402 ///< Timeout of subsequent Rx
#define BLE_DONE_RXERR 0x1403 ///< Operation ended because of receive error (CRC or other)
#define BLE_DONE_CONNECT 0x1404 ///< CONNECT_REQ received or transmitted
#define BLE_DONE_MAXNACK 0x1405 ///< Maximum number of retransmissions exceeded
#define BLE_DONE_ENDED 0x1406 ///< Operation stopped after end trigger
#define BLE_DONE_ABORT 0x1407 ///< Operation aborted by command
#define BLE_DONE_STOPPED 0x1408 ///< Operation stopped after stop command
///@}
/// \name Operation finished with error
///@{
#define BLE_ERROR_PAR 0x1800 ///< Illegal parameter
#define BLE_ERROR_RXBUF 0x1801 ///< No available Rx buffer (Advertiser, Scanner, Initiator)
#define BLE_ERROR_NO_SETUP 0x1802 ///< Operation using Rx or Tx attemted when not in BLE mode
#define BLE_ERROR_NO_FS 0x1803 ///< Operation using Rx or Tx attemted without frequency synth configured
#define BLE_ERROR_SYNTH_PROG 0x1804 ///< Synthesizer programming failed to complete on time
#define BLE_ERROR_RXOVF 0x1805 ///< Receiver overflowed during operation
#define BLE_ERROR_TXUNF 0x1806 ///< Transmitter underflowed during operation
///@}
///@}
#endif /* BLE_MAILBOX_H_ */

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/******************************************************************************
* Filename: data_entry.h
* Revised: 2015-08-04 11:44:20 +0200 (Tue, 04 Aug 2015)
* Revision: 44329
*
* Description: Definition of API for data exchange
*
* Copyright (c) 2015, Texas Instruments Incorporated
* All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
*
* 1) Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
*
* 2) Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
* and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
*
* 3) Neither the name of the ORGANIZATION nor the names of its contributors may
* be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
* specific prior written permission.
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS"
* AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
* IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
* ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
* LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
* CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
* SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
* INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
* CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
* ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
* POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*
******************************************************************************/
#ifndef DATA_ENTRY_H_
#define DATA_ENTRY_H_
#ifndef __RFC_STRUCT
#ifdef __GNUC__
#define __RFC_STRUCT __attribute__ ((aligned (4)))
#else
#define __RFC_STRUCT
#endif
#endif
//! \addtogroup rfc
//! @{
//! \addtogroup data_entry
//! @{
#include <stdint.h>
#include "mailbox.h"
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntry_s rfc_dataEntry_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntryGeneral_s rfc_dataEntryGeneral_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntryMulti_s rfc_dataEntryMulti_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntryPointer_s rfc_dataEntryPointer_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntryPartial_s rfc_dataEntryPartial_t;
//! \addtogroup dataEntry
//! @{
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntry_s {
uint8_t* pNextEntry; //!< Pointer to next entry in the queue, NULL if this is the last entry
uint8_t status; //!< Indicates status of entry, including whether it is free for the system CPU to write to
struct {
uint8_t type:2; //!< \brief Type of data entry structure<br>
//!< 0: General data entry <br>
//!< 1: Multi-element Rx entry<br>
//!< 2: Pointer entry<br>
//!< 3: Partial read Rx entry
uint8_t lenSz:2; //!< \brief Size of length word in start of each Rx entry element<br>
//!< 0: No length indicator<br>
//!< 1: One byte length indicator<br>
//!< 2: Two bytes length indicator<br>
//!< 3: <i>Reserved</i>
uint8_t irqIntv:4; //!< \brief For partial read Rx entry only: The number of bytes between interrupt generated
//!< by the radio CPU (0: 16 bytes)
} config;
uint16_t length; //!< \brief For pointer entries: Number of bytes in the data buffer pointed to<br>
//!< For other entries: Number of bytes following this length field
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup dataEntryGeneral
//! @{
//! General data entry structure (type = 0)
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntryGeneral_s {
uint8_t* pNextEntry; //!< Pointer to next entry in the queue, NULL if this is the last entry
uint8_t status; //!< Indicates status of entry, including whether it is free for the system CPU to write to
struct {
uint8_t type:2; //!< \brief Type of data entry structure<br>
//!< 0: General data entry <br>
//!< 1: Multi-element Rx entry<br>
//!< 2: Pointer entry<br>
//!< 3: Partial read Rx entry
uint8_t lenSz:2; //!< \brief Size of length word in start of each Rx entry element<br>
//!< 0: No length indicator<br>
//!< 1: One byte length indicator<br>
//!< 2: Two bytes length indicator<br>
//!< 3: <i>Reserved</i>
uint8_t irqIntv:4; //!< \brief For partial read Rx entry only: The number of bytes between interrupt generated
//!< by the radio CPU (0: 16 bytes)
} config;
uint16_t length; //!< \brief For pointer entries: Number of bytes in the data buffer pointed to<br>
//!< For other entries: Number of bytes following this length field
uint8_t data; //!< First byte of the data array to be received or transmitted
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup dataEntryMulti
//! @{
//! Multi-element data entry structure (type = 1)
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntryMulti_s {
uint8_t* pNextEntry; //!< Pointer to next entry in the queue, NULL if this is the last entry
uint8_t status; //!< Indicates status of entry, including whether it is free for the system CPU to write to
struct {
uint8_t type:2; //!< \brief Type of data entry structure<br>
//!< 0: General data entry <br>
//!< 1: Multi-element Rx entry<br>
//!< 2: Pointer entry<br>
//!< 3: Partial read Rx entry
uint8_t lenSz:2; //!< \brief Size of length word in start of each Rx entry element<br>
//!< 0: No length indicator<br>
//!< 1: One byte length indicator<br>
//!< 2: Two bytes length indicator<br>
//!< 3: <i>Reserved</i>
uint8_t irqIntv:4; //!< \brief For partial read Rx entry only: The number of bytes between interrupt generated
//!< by the radio CPU (0: 16 bytes)
} config;
uint16_t length; //!< \brief For pointer entries: Number of bytes in the data buffer pointed to<br>
//!< For other entries: Number of bytes following this length field
uint16_t numElements; //!< Number of entry elements committed in the entry
uint16_t nextIndex; //!< Index to the byte after the last byte of the last entry element committed by the radio CPU
uint8_t rxData; //!< First byte of the data array of received data entry elements
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup dataEntryPointer
//! @{
//! Pointer data entry structure (type = 2)
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntryPointer_s {
uint8_t* pNextEntry; //!< Pointer to next entry in the queue, NULL if this is the last entry
uint8_t status; //!< Indicates status of entry, including whether it is free for the system CPU to write to
struct {
uint8_t type:2; //!< \brief Type of data entry structure<br>
//!< 0: General data entry <br>
//!< 1: Multi-element Rx entry<br>
//!< 2: Pointer entry<br>
//!< 3: Partial read Rx entry
uint8_t lenSz:2; //!< \brief Size of length word in start of each Rx entry element<br>
//!< 0: No length indicator<br>
//!< 1: One byte length indicator<br>
//!< 2: Two bytes length indicator<br>
//!< 3: <i>Reserved</i>
uint8_t irqIntv:4; //!< \brief For partial read Rx entry only: The number of bytes between interrupt generated
//!< by the radio CPU (0: 16 bytes)
} config;
uint16_t length; //!< \brief For pointer entries: Number of bytes in the data buffer pointed to<br>
//!< For other entries: Number of bytes following this length field
uint8_t* pData; //!< Pointer to data buffer of data to be received ro transmitted
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup dataEntryPartial
//! @{
//! Partial read data entry structure (type = 3)
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_dataEntryPartial_s {
uint8_t* pNextEntry; //!< Pointer to next entry in the queue, NULL if this is the last entry
uint8_t status; //!< Indicates status of entry, including whether it is free for the system CPU to write to
struct {
uint8_t type:2; //!< \brief Type of data entry structure<br>
//!< 0: General data entry <br>
//!< 1: Multi-element Rx entry<br>
//!< 2: Pointer entry<br>
//!< 3: Partial read Rx entry
uint8_t lenSz:2; //!< \brief Size of length word in start of each Rx entry element<br>
//!< 0: No length indicator<br>
//!< 1: One byte length indicator<br>
//!< 2: Two bytes length indicator<br>
//!< 3: <i>Reserved</i>
uint8_t irqIntv:4; //!< \brief For partial read Rx entry only: The number of bytes between interrupt generated
//!< by the radio CPU (0: 16 bytes)
} config;
uint16_t length; //!< \brief For pointer entries: Number of bytes in the data buffer pointed to<br>
//!< For other entries: Number of bytes following this length field
struct {
uint16_t numElements:13; //!< Number of entry elements committed in the entry
uint16_t bEntryOpen:1; //!< 1 if the entry contains an element that is still open for appending data
uint16_t bFirstCont:1; //!< 1 if the first element is a continuation of the last packet from the previous entry
uint16_t bLastCont:1; //!< 1 if the packet in the last element continues in the next entry
} pktStatus;
uint16_t nextIndex; //!< Index to the byte after the last byte of the last entry element committed by the radio CPU
uint8_t rxData; //!< First byte of the data array of received data entry elements
};
//! @}
//! @}
//! @}
#endif /* DATA_ENTRY_H_ */

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//! @{
#include <stdint.h>
#include "mailbox.h"
#include "common_cmd.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_mailbox.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_common_cmd.h"
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_IEEE_RX_s rfc_CMD_IEEE_RX_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_IEEE_ED_SCAN_s rfc_CMD_IEEE_ED_SCAN_t;

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#ifndef IEEE_MAILBOX_H_
#define IEEE_MAILBOX_H_
#include "mailbox.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_mailbox.h"
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/******************************************************************************
* Filename: mailbox.h
* Revised: 2015-06-29 12:59:58 +0200 (Mon, 29 Jun 2015)
* Revision: 44063
*
* Description: Definitions for interface between system and radio CPU
*
* Copyright (c) 2015, Texas Instruments Incorporated
* All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
*
* 1) Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
*
* 2) Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
* and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
*
* 3) Neither the name of the ORGANIZATION nor the names of its contributors may
* be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
* specific prior written permission.
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS"
* AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
* IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
* ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
* LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
* CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
* SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
* INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
* CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
* ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
* POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*
******************************************************************************/
#ifndef MAILBOX_H_
#define MAILBOX_H_
#include <stdint.h>
#include <string.h>
/// Type definition for RAT
typedef uint32_t ratmr_t;
/// Type definition for a data queue
typedef struct {
uint8_t *pCurrEntry; ///< Pointer to the data queue entry to be used, NULL for an empty queue
uint8_t *pLastEntry; ///< Pointer to the last entry in the queue, NULL for a circular queue
} dataQueue_t;
/// \name CPE interrupt definitions
/// Interrupt masks for the CPE interrupt in RDBELL.
///@{
#define IRQN_COMMAND_DONE 0 ///< Radio operation command finished
#define IRQN_LAST_COMMAND_DONE 1 ///< Last radio operation command in a chain finished
#define IRQN_FG_COMMAND_DONE 2 ///< FG level Radio operation command finished
#define IRQN_LAST_FG_COMMAND_DONE 3 ///< Last FG level radio operation command in a chain finished
#define IRQN_TX_DONE 4 ///< Packet transmitted
#define IRQN_TX_ACK 5 ///< ACK packet transmitted
#define IRQN_TX_CTRL 6 ///< Control packet transmitted
#define IRQN_TX_CTRL_ACK 7 ///< Acknowledgement received on a transmitted control packet
#define IRQN_TX_CTRL_ACK_ACK 8 ///< Acknowledgement received on a transmitted control packet, and acknowledgement transmitted for that packet
#define IRQN_TX_RETRANS 9 ///< Packet retransmitted
#define IRQN_TX_ENTRY_DONE 10 ///< Tx queue data entry state changed to Finished
#define IRQN_TX_BUFFER_CHANGED 11 ///< A buffer change is complete
#define IRQN_RX_OK 16 ///< Packet received with CRC OK, payload, and not to be ignored
#define IRQN_RX_NOK 17 ///< Packet received with CRC error
#define IRQN_RX_IGNORED 18 ///< Packet received with CRC OK, but to be ignored
#define IRQN_RX_EMPTY 19 ///< Packet received with CRC OK, not to be ignored, no payload
#define IRQN_RX_CTRL 20 ///< Control packet received with CRC OK, not to be ignored
#define IRQN_RX_CTRL_ACK 21 ///< Control packet received with CRC OK, not to be ignored, then ACK sent
#define IRQN_RX_BUF_FULL 22 ///< Packet received that did not fit in the Rx queue
#define IRQN_RX_ENTRY_DONE 23 ///< Rx queue data entry changing state to Finished
#define IRQN_RX_DATA_WRITTEN 24 ///< Data written to partial read Rx buffer
#define IRQN_RX_N_DATA_WRITTEN 25 ///< Specified number of bytes written to partial read Rx buffer
#define IRQN_RX_ABORTED 26 ///< Packet reception stopped before packet was done
#define IRQN_RX_COLLISION_DETECTED 27 ///< A collision was indicated during packet reception
#define IRQN_SYNTH_NO_LOCK 28 ///< The synth has gone out of lock after calibration
#define IRQN_MODULES_UNLOCKED 29 ///< As part of the boot process, the CM0 has opened access to RF core modules and memories
#define IRQN_BOOT_DONE 30 ///< The RF core CPU boot is finished
#define IRQN_INTERNAL_ERROR 31 ///< Internal error observed
#define IRQ_COMMAND_DONE (1U << IRQN_COMMAND_DONE)
#define IRQ_LAST_COMMAND_DONE (1U << IRQN_LAST_COMMAND_DONE)
#define IRQ_FG_COMMAND_DONE (1U << IRQN_FG_COMMAND_DONE)
#define IRQ_LAST_FG_COMMAND_DONE (1U << IRQN_LAST_FG_COMMAND_DONE)
#define IRQ_TX_DONE (1U << IRQN_TX_DONE)
#define IRQ_TX_ACK (1U << IRQN_TX_ACK)
#define IRQ_TX_CTRL (1U << IRQN_TX_CTRL)
#define IRQ_TX_CTRL_ACK (1U << IRQN_TX_CTRL_ACK)
#define IRQ_TX_CTRL_ACK_ACK (1U << IRQN_TX_CTRL_ACK_ACK)
#define IRQ_TX_RETRANS (1U << IRQN_TX_RETRANS)
#define IRQ_TX_ENTRY_DONE (1U << IRQN_TX_ENTRY_DONE)
#define IRQ_TX_BUFFER_CHANGED (1U << IRQN_TX_BUFFER_CHANGED)
#define IRQ_RX_OK (1U << IRQN_RX_OK)
#define IRQ_RX_NOK (1U << IRQN_RX_NOK)
#define IRQ_RX_IGNORED (1U << IRQN_RX_IGNORED)
#define IRQ_RX_EMPTY (1U << IRQN_RX_EMPTY)
#define IRQ_RX_CTRL (1U << IRQN_RX_CTRL)
#define IRQ_RX_CTRL_ACK (1U << IRQN_RX_CTRL_ACK)
#define IRQ_RX_BUF_FULL (1U << IRQN_RX_BUF_FULL)
#define IRQ_RX_ENTRY_DONE (1U << IRQN_RX_ENTRY_DONE)
#define IRQ_RX_DATA_WRITTEN (1U << IRQN_RX_DATA_WRITTEN)
#define IRQ_RX_N_DATA_WRITTEN (1U << IRQN_RX_N_DATA_WRITTEN)
#define IRQ_RX_ABORTED (1U << IRQN_RX_ABORTED)
#define IRQ_RX_COLLISION_DETECTED (1U << IRQN_RX_COLLISION_DETECTED)
#define IRQ_SYNTH_NO_LOCK (1U << IRQN_SYNTH_NO_LOCK)
#define IRQ_MODULES_UNLOCKED (1U << IRQN_MODULES_UNLOCKED)
#define IRQ_BOOT_DONE (1U << IRQN_BOOT_DONE)
#define IRQ_INTERNAL_ERROR (1U << IRQN_INTERNAL_ERROR)
///@}
/// \name CMDSTA values
/// Values returned in result byte of CMDSTA
///@{
#define CMDSTA_Pending 0x00 ///< The command has not yet been parsed
#define CMDSTA_Done 0x01 ///< Command successfully parsed
#define CMDSTA_IllegalPointer 0x81 ///< The pointer signalled in CMDR is not valid
#define CMDSTA_UnknownCommand 0x82 ///< The command number in the command structure is unknown
#define CMDSTA_UnknownDirCommand 0x83 ///< The command number for a direct command is unknown, or the
///< command is not a direct command
#define CMDSTA_ContextError 0x85 ///< An immediate or direct command was issued in a context
///< where it is not supported
#define CMDSTA_SchedulingError 0x86 ///< A radio operation command was attempted to be scheduled
///< while another operation was already running in the RF core
#define CMDSTA_ParError 0x87 ///< There were errors in the command parameters that are parsed
///< on submission.
#define CMDSTA_QueueError 0x88 ///< An operation on a data entry queue was attempted that was
///< not supported by the queue in its current state
#define CMDSTA_QueueBusy 0x89 ///< An operation on a data entry was attempted while that entry
///< was busy
///@}
/// \name Macros for sending direct commands
///@{
/// Direct command with no parameter
#define CMDR_DIR_CMD(cmdId) (((cmdId) << 16) | 1)
/// Direct command with 1-byte parameter
#define CMDR_DIR_CMD_1BYTE(cmdId, par) (((cmdId) << 16) | ((par) << 8) | 1)
/// Direct command with 2-byte parameter
#define CMDR_DIR_CMD_2BYTE(cmdId, par) (((cmdId) << 16) | ((par) & 0xFFFC) | 1)
///@}
/// \name Definitions for trigger types
///@{
#define TRIG_NOW 0 ///< Triggers immediately
#define TRIG_NEVER 1 ///< Never trigs
#define TRIG_ABSTIME 2 ///< Trigs at an absolute time
#define TRIG_REL_SUBMIT 3 ///< Trigs at a time relative to the command was submitted
#define TRIG_REL_START 4 ///< Trigs at a time relative to the command started
#define TRIG_REL_PREVSTART 5 ///< Trigs at a time relative to the previous command in the chain started
#define TRIG_REL_FIRSTSTART 6 ///< Trigs at a time relative to the first command in the chain started
#define TRIG_REL_PREVEND 7 ///< Trigs at a time relative to the previous command in the chain ended
#define TRIG_REL_EVT1 8 ///< Trigs at a time relative to the context defined "Event 1"
#define TRIG_REL_EVT2 9 ///< Trigs at a time relative to the context defined "Event 2"
#define TRIG_EXTERNAL 10 ///< Trigs at an external event to the radio timer
#define TRIG_PAST_BM 0x80 ///< Bitmask for setting pastTrig bit in order to trig immediately if
///< trigger happened in the past
///@}
/// \name Definitions for conditional execution
///@{
#define COND_ALWAYS 0 ///< Always run next command (except in case of Abort)
#define COND_NEVER 1 ///< Never run next command
#define COND_STOP_ON_FALSE 2 ///< Run next command if this command returned True, stop if it returned
///< False
#define COND_STOP_ON_TRUE 3 ///< Stop if this command returned True, run next command if it returned
///< False
#define COND_SKIP_ON_FALSE 4 ///< Run next command if this command returned True, skip a number of
///< commands if it returned False
#define COND_SKIP_ON_TRUE 5 ///< Skip a number of commands if this command returned True, run next
///< command if it returned False
///@}
/// \name Radio operation status
///@{
/// \name Operation not finished
///@{
#define IDLE 0x0000 ///< Operation not started
#define PENDING 0x0001 ///< Start of command is pending
#define ACTIVE 0x0002 ///< Running
#define SKIPPED 0x0003 ///< Operation skipped due to condition in another command
///@}
/// \name Operation finished normally
///@{
#define DONE_OK 0x0400 ///< Operation ended normally
#define DONE_COUNTDOWN 0x0401 ///< Counter reached zero
#define DONE_RXERR 0x0402 ///< Operation ended with CRC error
#define DONE_TIMEOUT 0x0403 ///< Operation ended with timeout
#define DONE_STOPPED 0x0404 ///< Operation stopped after CMD_STOP command
#define DONE_ABORT 0x0405 ///< Operation aborted by CMD_ABORT command
#define DONE_FAILED 0x0406 ///< Scheduled immediate command failed
///@}
/// \name Operation finished with error
///@{
#define ERROR_PAST_START 0x0800 ///< The start trigger occurred in the past
#define ERROR_START_TRIG 0x0801 ///< Illegal start trigger parameter
#define ERROR_CONDITION 0x0802 ///< Illegal condition for next operation
#define ERROR_PAR 0x0803 ///< Error in a command specific parameter
#define ERROR_POINTER 0x0804 ///< Invalid pointer to next operation
#define ERROR_CMDID 0x0805 ///< Next operation has a command ID that is undefined or not a radio
///< operation command
#define ERROR_WRONG_BG 0x0806 ///< FG level command not compatible with running BG level command
#define ERROR_NO_SETUP 0x0807 ///< Operation using Rx or Tx attempted without CMD_RADIO_SETUP
#define ERROR_NO_FS 0x0808 ///< Operation using Rx or Tx attempted without frequency synth configured
#define ERROR_SYNTH_PROG 0x0809 ///< Synthesizer calibration failed
#define ERROR_TXUNF 0x080A ///< Tx underflow observed
#define ERROR_RXOVF 0x080B ///< Rx overflow observed
#define ERROR_NO_RX 0x080C ///< Attempted to access data from Rx when no such data was yet received
#define ERROR_PENDING 0x080D ///< Command submitted in the future with another command at different level pending
///@}
///@}
/// \name Data entry types
///@{
#define DATA_ENTRY_TYPE_GEN 0 ///< General type: Tx entry or single element Rx entry
#define DATA_ENTRY_TYPE_MULTI 1 ///< Multi-element Rx entry type
#define DATA_ENTRY_TYPE_PTR 2 ///< Pointer entry type
#define DATA_ENTRY_TYPE_PARTIAL 3 ///< Partial read entry type
///@
/// \name Data entry statuses
///@{
#define DATA_ENTRY_PENDING 0 ///< Entry not yet used
#define DATA_ENTRY_ACTIVE 1 ///< Entry in use by radio CPU
#define DATA_ENTRY_BUSY 2 ///< Entry being updated
#define DATA_ENTRY_FINISHED 3 ///< Radio CPU is finished accessing the entry
#define DATA_ENTRY_UNFINISHED 4 ///< Radio CPU is finished accessing the entry, but packet could not be finished
///@}
/// \name Macros for RF register override
///@{
/// Macro for ADI half-size value-mask combination
#define ADI_VAL_MASK(addr, mask, value) \
(((addr) & 1) ? (((mask) & 0x0F) | (((value) & 0x0F) << 4)) : \
((((mask) & 0x0F) << 4) | ((value) & 0x0F)))
/// 32-bit write of 16-bit value
#define HW_REG_OVERRIDE(addr, val) ((((uintptr_t) (addr)) & 0xFFFC) | ((uint32_t)(val) << 16))
/// ADI register, full-size write
#define ADI_REG_OVERRIDE(adiNo, addr, val) (2 | ((uint32_t)(val) << 16) | \
(((addr) & 0x3F) << 24) | (((adiNo) ? 1U : 0) << 31))
/// 2 ADI registers, full-size write
#define ADI_2REG_OVERRIDE(adiNo, addr, val, addr2, val2) \
(2 | ((uint32_t)(val2) << 2) | (((addr2) & 0x3F) << 10) | ((uint32_t)(val) << 16) | \
(((addr) & 0x3F) << 24) | (((adiNo) ? 1U : 0) << 31))
/// ADI register, half-size read-modify-write
#define ADI_HALFREG_OVERRIDE(adiNo, addr, mask, val) (2 | (ADI_VAL_MASK(addr, mask, val) << 16) | \
(((addr) & 0x3F) << 24) | (1U << 30) | (((adiNo) ? 1U : 0) << 31))
/// 2 ADI registers, half-size read-modify-write
#define ADI_2HALFREG_OVERRIDE(adiNo, addr, mask, val, addr2, mask2, val2) \
(2 | (ADI_VAL_MASK(addr2, mask2, val2) << 2) | (((addr2) & 0x3F) << 10) | \
(ADI_VAL_MASK(addr, mask, val) << 16) | (((addr) & 0x3F) << 24) | (1U << 30) | (((adiNo) ? 1U : 0) << 31))
/// 16-bit SW register as defined in radio_par_def.txt
#define SW_REG_OVERRIDE(cmd, field, val) (3 | ((_POSITION_##cmd##_##field) << 4) | ((uint32_t)(val) << 16))
/// SW register as defined in radio_par_def.txt with added index (for use with registers > 16 bits).
#define SW_REG_IND_OVERRIDE(cmd, field, offset, val) (3 | \
(((_POSITION_##cmd##_##field) + ((offset) << 1)) << 4) | ((uint32_t)(val) << 16))
/// 8-bit SW register as defined in radio_par_def.txt
#define SW_REG_BYTE_OVERRIDE(cmd, field, val) (0x8003 | ((_POSITION_##cmd##_##field) << 4) | \
((uint32_t)(val) << 16))
/// Two 8-bit SW registers as defined in radio_par_def.txt; the one given by field and the next byte.
#define SW_REG_2BYTE_OVERRIDE(cmd, field, val0, val1) (3 | (((_POSITION_##cmd##_##field) & 0xFFFE) << 4) | \
(((uint32_t)(val0) << 16) & 0x00FF0000) | ((uint32_t)(val1) << 24))
#define HW16_ARRAY_OVERRIDE(addr, length) (1 | (((uintptr_t) (addr)) & 0xFFFC) | ((uint32_t)(length) << 16))
#define HW32_ARRAY_OVERRIDE(addr, length) (1 | (((uintptr_t) (addr)) & 0xFFFC) | \
((uint32_t)(length) << 16) | (1U << 30))
#define ADI_ARRAY_OVERRIDE(adiNo, addr, bHalfSize, length) (1 | ((((addr) & 0x3F) << 2)) | \
((!!(bHalfSize)) << 8) | ((!!(adiNo)) << 9) | ((uint32_t)(length) << 16) | (2U << 30))
#define SW_ARRAY_OVERRIDE(cmd, firstfield, length) (1 | (((_POSITION_##cmd##_##firstfield)) << 2) | \
((uint32_t)(length) << 16) | (3U << 30))
#define MCE_RFE_OVERRIDE(bMceRam, mceRomBank, mceMode, bRfeRam, rfeRomBank, rfeMode) \
(7 | ((!!(bMceRam)) << 8) | (((mceRomBank) & 0x07) << 9) | ((!!(bRfeRam)) << 12) | (((rfeRomBank) & 0x07) << 13) | \
(((mceMode) & 0x00FF) << 16) | (((rfeMode) & 0x00FF) << 24))
#define NEW_OVERRIDE_SEGMENT(address) (((((uintptr_t)(address)) & 0x03FFFFFC) << 6) | 0x000F | \
(((((uintptr_t)(address) >> 24) == 0x20) ? 0x01 : \
(((uintptr_t)(address) >> 24) == 0x21) ? 0x02 : \
(((uintptr_t)(address) >> 24) == 0xA0) ? 0x03 : \
(((uintptr_t)(address) >> 24) == 0x00) ? 0x04 : \
(((uintptr_t)(address) >> 24) == 0x10) ? 0x05 : \
(((uintptr_t)(address) >> 24) == 0x11) ? 0x06 : \
(((uintptr_t)(address) >> 24) == 0x40) ? 0x07 : \
(((uintptr_t)(address) >> 24) == 0x50) ? 0x08 : \
0x09) << 4)) // Use illegal value for illegal address range
/// End of string for override register
#define END_OVERRIDE 0xFFFFFFFF
/// ADI address-value pair
#define ADI_ADDR_VAL(addr, value) ((((addr) & 0x7F) << 8) | ((value) & 0xFF))
#define ADI_ADDR_VAL_MASK(addr, mask, value) ((((addr) & 0x7F) << 8) | ADI_VAL_MASK(addr, mask, value))
/// Low half-word
#define LOWORD(value) ((value) & 0xFFFF)
/// High half-word
#define HIWORD(value) ((value) >> 16)
///@}
#endif /* MAILBOX_H_ */

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/******************************************************************************
* Filename: prop_cmd.h
* Revised: 2015-08-04 10:40:45 +0200 (Tue, 04 Aug 2015)
* Revision: 44326
*
* Description: CC13xx API for Proprietary mode commands
*
* Copyright (c) 2015, Texas Instruments Incorporated
* All rights reserved.
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#ifndef PROP_CMD_H_
#define PROP_CMD_H_
#ifndef __RFC_STRUCT
#ifdef __GNUC__
#define __RFC_STRUCT __attribute__ ((aligned (4)))
#else
#define __RFC_STRUCT
#endif
#endif
//! \addtogroup rfc
//! @{
//! \addtogroup prop_cmd
//! @{
#include <stdint.h>
#include "mailbox.h"
#include "common_cmd.h"
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_carrierSense_s rfc_carrierSense_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_TX_s rfc_CMD_PROP_TX_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RX_s rfc_CMD_PROP_RX_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_TX_ADV_s rfc_CMD_PROP_TX_ADV_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RX_ADV_s rfc_CMD_PROP_RX_ADV_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RADIO_SETUP_s rfc_CMD_PROP_RADIO_SETUP_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RADIO_DIV_SETUP_s rfc_CMD_PROP_RADIO_DIV_SETUP_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_SET_LEN_s rfc_CMD_PROP_SET_LEN_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RESTART_RX_s rfc_CMD_PROP_RESTART_RX_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_propRxOutput_s rfc_propRxOutput_t;
typedef struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_propRxStatus_s rfc_propRxStatus_t;
//! \addtogroup carrierSense
//! @{
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_carrierSense_s {
struct {
uint8_t bEnaRssi:1; //!< If 1, enable RSSI as a criterion
uint8_t bEnaCorr:1; //!< If 1, enable correlation as a criterion
uint8_t operation:1; //!< \brief 0: Busy if either RSSI or correlation indicates Busy<br>
//!< 1: Busy if both RSSI and correlation indicates Busy
uint8_t busyOp:1; //!< \brief 0: Continue carrier sense on channel Busy<br>
//!< 1: End carrier sense on channel Busy<br>
//!< For an Rx command, the receiver will continue when carrier sense ends, but it will then not end if channel goes Idle
uint8_t idleOp:1; //!< \brief 0: Continue on channel Idle<br>
//!< 1: End on channel Idle
uint8_t timeoutRes:1; //!< \brief 0: Timeout with channel state Invalid treated as Busy<br>
//!< 1: Timeout with channel state Invalid treated as Idle
} csConf;
int8_t rssiThr; //!< RSSI threshold
uint8_t numRssiIdle; //!< \brief Number of consecutive RSSI measurements below the threshold needed before the channel is
//!< declared Idle
uint8_t numRssiBusy; //!< \brief Number of consecutive RSSI measurements above the threshold needed before the channel is
//!< declared Busy
uint16_t corrPeriod; //!< Number of RAT ticks for a correlation observation periods
struct {
uint8_t numCorrInv:4; //!< \brief Number of subsequent correlation tops with maximum <code>corrPeriod</code> RAT
//!< ticks between them needed to go from Idle to Invalid
uint8_t numCorrBusy:4; //!< \brief Number of subsequent correlation tops with maximum <code>corrPeriod</code> RAT
//!< ticks between them needed to go from Invalid to Busy
} corrConfig;
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} csEndTrigger; //!< Trigger classifier for ending the carrier sense
ratmr_t csEndTime; //!< Time used together with <code>csEndTrigger</code> for ending the operation
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup CMD_PROP_TX
//! @{
#define CMD_PROP_TX 0x3801
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_TX_s {
uint16_t commandNo; //!< The command ID number 0x3801
uint16_t status; //!< \brief An integer telling the status of the command. This value is
//!< updated by the radio CPU during operation and may be read by the
//!< system CPU at any time.
rfc_radioOp_t *pNextOp; //!< Pointer to the next operation to run after this operation is done
ratmr_t startTime; //!< Absolute or relative start time (depending on the value of <code>startTrigger</code>)
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} startTrigger; //!< Identification of the trigger that starts the operation
struct {
uint8_t rule:4; //!< Condition for running next command: Rule for how to proceed
uint8_t nSkip:4; //!< Number of skips if the rule involves skipping
} condition;
struct {
uint8_t bFsOff:1; //!< \brief 0: Keep frequency synth on after command<br>
//!< 1: Turn frequency synth off after command
uint8_t :2;
uint8_t bUseCrc:1; //!< \brief 0: Do not append CRC<br>
//!< 1: Append CRC
uint8_t bVarLen:1; //!< \brief 0: Fixed length<br>
//!< 1: Transmit length as first byte
} pktConf;
uint8_t pktLen; //!< Packet length
uint32_t syncWord; //!< Sync word to transmit
uint8_t* pPkt; //!< Pointer to packet
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup CMD_PROP_RX
//! @{
#define CMD_PROP_RX 0x3802
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RX_s {
uint16_t commandNo; //!< The command ID number 0x3802
uint16_t status; //!< \brief An integer telling the status of the command. This value is
//!< updated by the radio CPU during operation and may be read by the
//!< system CPU at any time.
rfc_radioOp_t *pNextOp; //!< Pointer to the next operation to run after this operation is done
ratmr_t startTime; //!< Absolute or relative start time (depending on the value of <code>startTrigger</code>)
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} startTrigger; //!< Identification of the trigger that starts the operation
struct {
uint8_t rule:4; //!< Condition for running next command: Rule for how to proceed
uint8_t nSkip:4; //!< Number of skips if the rule involves skipping
} condition;
struct {
uint8_t bFsOff:1; //!< \brief 0: Keep frequency synth on after command<br>
//!< 1: Turn frequency synth off after command
uint8_t bRepeatOk:1; //!< \brief 0: End operation after receiving a packet correctly<br>
//!< 1: Go back to sync search after receiving a packet correctly
uint8_t bRepeatNok:1; //!< \brief 0: End operation after receiving a packet with CRC error<br>
//!< 1: Go back to sync search after receiving a packet with CRC error
uint8_t bUseCrc:1; //!< \brief 0: Do not check CRC<br>
//!< 1: Check CRC
uint8_t bVarLen:1; //!< \brief 0: Fixed length<br>
//!< 1: Receive length as first byte
uint8_t bChkAddress:1; //!< \brief 0: No address check<br>
//!< 1: Check address
uint8_t endType:1; //!< \brief 0: Packet is received to the end if end trigger happens after sync is obtained<br>
//!< 1: Packet reception is stopped if end trigger happens
uint8_t filterOp:1; //!< \brief 0: Stop receiver and restart sync search on address mismatch<br>
//!< 1: Receive packet and mark it as ignored on address mismatch
} pktConf;
struct {
uint8_t bAutoFlushIgnored:1; //!< If 1, automatically discard ignored packets from Rx queue
uint8_t bAutoFlushCrcErr:1; //!< If 1, automatically discard packets with CRC error from Rx queue
uint8_t :1;
uint8_t bIncludeHdr:1; //!< If 1, include the received header or length byte in the stored packet; otherwise discard it
uint8_t bIncludeCrc:1; //!< If 1, include the received CRC field in the stored packet; otherwise discard it
uint8_t bAppendRssi:1; //!< If 1, append an RSSI byte to the packet in the Rx queue
uint8_t bAppendTimestamp:1; //!< If 1, append a timestamp to the packet in the Rx queue
uint8_t bAppendStatus:1; //!< If 1, append a status byte to the packet in the Rx queue
} rxConf; //!< Rx configuration
uint32_t syncWord; //!< Sync word to listen for
uint8_t maxPktLen; //!< \brief Packet length for fixed length, maximum packet length for variable length<br>
//!< 0: Unlimited or unknown length
uint8_t address0; //!< Address
uint8_t address1; //!< \brief Address (set equal to <code>address0</code> to accept only one address. If 0xFF, accept
//!< 0x00 as well)
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} endTrigger; //!< Trigger classifier for ending the operation
ratmr_t endTime; //!< Time used together with <code>endTrigger</code> for ending the operation
dataQueue_t* pQueue; //!< Pointer to receive queue
uint8_t* pOutput; //!< Pointer to output structure
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup CMD_PROP_TX_ADV
//! @{
#define CMD_PROP_TX_ADV 0x3803
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_TX_ADV_s {
uint16_t commandNo; //!< The command ID number 0x3803
uint16_t status; //!< \brief An integer telling the status of the command. This value is
//!< updated by the radio CPU during operation and may be read by the
//!< system CPU at any time.
rfc_radioOp_t *pNextOp; //!< Pointer to the next operation to run after this operation is done
ratmr_t startTime; //!< Absolute or relative start time (depending on the value of <code>startTrigger</code>)
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} startTrigger; //!< Identification of the trigger that starts the operation
struct {
uint8_t rule:4; //!< Condition for running next command: Rule for how to proceed
uint8_t nSkip:4; //!< Number of skips if the rule involves skipping
} condition;
struct {
uint8_t bFsOff:1; //!< \brief 0: Keep frequency synth on after command<br>
//!< 1: Turn frequency synth off after command
uint8_t :2;
uint8_t bUseCrc:1; //!< \brief 0: Do not append CRC<br>
//!< 1: Append CRC
uint8_t bCrcIncSw:1; //!< \brief 0:Do not include sync word in CRC calculation<br>
//!< 1: Include sync word in CRC calculation
uint8_t bCrcIncHdr:1; //!< \brief 0: Do not include header in CRC calculation<br>
//!< 1: Include header in CRC calculation
} pktConf;
uint8_t numHdrBits; //!< Number of bits in header (0&ndash;32)
uint16_t pktLen; //!< Packet length. 0: Unlimited
struct {
uint8_t bExtTxTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: Start packet on a fixed time from the command start trigger<br>
//!< 1: Start packet on an external trigger (input event to RAT)
uint8_t inputMode:2; //!< \brief Input mode if external trigger is used for Tx start<br>
//!< 0: Rising edge<br>
//!< 1: Falling edge<br>
//!< 2: Both edges<br>
//!< 3: <i>Reserved</i>
uint8_t source:5; //!< RAT input event number used for capture if external trigger is used for Tx start
} startConf;
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} preTrigger; //!< Trigger for transition from preamble to sync word
ratmr_t preTime; //!< \brief Time used together with <code>preTrigger</code> for transition from preamble to sync
//!< word. If <code>preTrigger.triggerType</code> is set to "now", one preamble as
//!< configured in the setup will be sent. Otherwise, the preamble will be repeated until
//!< this trigger is observed.
uint32_t syncWord; //!< Sync word to transmit
uint8_t* pPkt; //!< Pointer to packet, or Tx queue for unlimited length
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup CMD_PROP_RX_ADV
//! @{
#define CMD_PROP_RX_ADV 0x3804
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RX_ADV_s {
uint16_t commandNo; //!< The command ID number 0x3804
uint16_t status; //!< \brief An integer telling the status of the command. This value is
//!< updated by the radio CPU during operation and may be read by the
//!< system CPU at any time.
rfc_radioOp_t *pNextOp; //!< Pointer to the next operation to run after this operation is done
ratmr_t startTime; //!< Absolute or relative start time (depending on the value of <code>startTrigger</code>)
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} startTrigger; //!< Identification of the trigger that starts the operation
struct {
uint8_t rule:4; //!< Condition for running next command: Rule for how to proceed
uint8_t nSkip:4; //!< Number of skips if the rule involves skipping
} condition;
struct {
uint8_t bFsOff:1; //!< \brief 0: Keep frequency synth on after command<br>
//!< 1: Turn frequency synth off after command
uint8_t bRepeatOk:1; //!< \brief 0: End operation after receiving a packet correctly<br>
//!< 1: Go back to sync search after receiving a packet correctly
uint8_t bRepeatNok:1; //!< \brief 0: End operation after receiving a packet with CRC error<br>
//!< 1: Go back to sync search after receiving a packet with CRC error
uint8_t bUseCrc:1; //!< \brief 0: Do not check CRC<br>
//!< 1: Check CRC
uint8_t bCrcIncSw:1; //!< \brief 0: Do not include sync word in CRC calculation<br>
//!< 1: Include sync word in CRC calculation
uint8_t bCrcIncHdr:1; //!< \brief 0: Do not include header in CRC calculation <br>
//!< 1: Include header in CRC calculation
uint8_t endType:1; //!< \brief 0: Packet is received to the end if end trigger happens after sync is obtained<br>
//!< 1: Packet reception is stopped if end trigger happens
uint8_t filterOp:1; //!< \brief 0: Stop receiver and restart sync search on address mismatch<br>
//!< 1: Receive packet and mark it as ignored on address mismatch
} pktConf;
struct {
uint8_t bAutoFlushIgnored:1; //!< If 1, automatically discard ignored packets from Rx queue
uint8_t bAutoFlushCrcErr:1; //!< If 1, automatically discard packets with CRC error from Rx queue
uint8_t :1;
uint8_t bIncludeHdr:1; //!< If 1, include the received header or length byte in the stored packet; otherwise discard it
uint8_t bIncludeCrc:1; //!< If 1, include the received CRC field in the stored packet; otherwise discard it
uint8_t bAppendRssi:1; //!< If 1, append an RSSI byte to the packet in the Rx queue
uint8_t bAppendTimestamp:1; //!< If 1, append a timestamp to the packet in the Rx queue
uint8_t bAppendStatus:1; //!< If 1, append a status byte to the packet in the Rx queue
} rxConf; //!< Rx configuration
uint32_t syncWord0; //!< Sync word to listen for
uint32_t syncWord1; //!< Alternative sync word if non-zero
uint16_t maxPktLen; //!< \brief Packet length for fixed length, maximum packet length for variable length<br>
//!< 0: Unlimited or unknown length
struct {
uint16_t numHdrBits:6; //!< Number of bits in header (0&ndash;32)
uint16_t lenPos:5; //!< Position of length field in header (0&ndash;31)
uint16_t numLenBits:5; //!< Number of bits in length field (0&ndash;16)
} hdrConf;
struct {
uint16_t addrType:1; //!< \brief 0: Address after header<br>
//!< 1: Address in header
uint16_t addrSize:5; //!< \brief If <code>addrType</code> = 0: Address size in bytes<br>
//!< If <code>addrType</code> = 1: Address size in bits
uint16_t addrPos:5; //!< \brief If <code>addrType</code> = 1: Bit position of address in header<br>
//!< If <code>addrType</code> = 0: Non-zero to extend address with sync word identifier
uint16_t numAddr:5; //!< Number of addresses in address list
} addrConf;
int8_t lenOffset; //!< Signed value to add to length field
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} endTrigger; //!< Trigger classifier for ending the operation
ratmr_t endTime; //!< Time used together with <code>endTrigger</code> for ending the operation
uint8_t* pAddr; //!< Pointer to address list
dataQueue_t* pQueue; //!< Pointer to receive queue
uint8_t* pOutput; //!< Pointer to output structure
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup CMD_PROP_RADIO_SETUP
//! @{
#define CMD_PROP_RADIO_SETUP 0x3806
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RADIO_SETUP_s {
uint16_t commandNo; //!< The command ID number 0x3806
uint16_t status; //!< \brief An integer telling the status of the command. This value is
//!< updated by the radio CPU during operation and may be read by the
//!< system CPU at any time.
rfc_radioOp_t *pNextOp; //!< Pointer to the next operation to run after this operation is done
ratmr_t startTime; //!< Absolute or relative start time (depending on the value of <code>startTrigger</code>)
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} startTrigger; //!< Identification of the trigger that starts the operation
struct {
uint8_t rule:4; //!< Condition for running next command: Rule for how to proceed
uint8_t nSkip:4; //!< Number of skips if the rule involves skipping
} condition;
struct {
uint16_t modType:3; //!< \brief 0: FSK<br>
//!< 1: GFSK<br>
//!< Others: <i>Reserved</i>
uint16_t deviation:13; //!< Deviation (250 Hz steps)
} modulation;
struct {
uint32_t preScale:4; //!< Prescaler value
uint32_t :4;
uint32_t rateWord:21; //!< Rate word
} symbolRate;
uint8_t rxBw; //!< Receiver bandwidth
struct {
uint8_t nPreamBytes:6; //!< \brief 0&ndash;30: Number of preamble bytes<br>
//!< 31: 4 preamble bits
uint8_t preamMode:2; //!< \brief 0: Send 0 as the first preamble bit<br>
//!< 1: Send 1 as the first preamble bit<br>
//!< 2: Send same first bit in preamble and sync word<br>
//!< 3: Send different first bit in preamble and sync word
} preamConf;
struct {
uint16_t nSwBits:6; //!< Number of sync word bits (up to 32)
uint16_t bBitReversal:1; //!< \brief 0: Use positive deviation for 1<br>
//!< 1: Use positive deviation for 0
uint16_t bMsbFirst:1; //!< \brief 0: Least significant bit transmitted first<br>
//!< 1: Most significant bit transmitted first
uint16_t fecMode:4; //!< \brief Select coding<br>
//!< 0: Uncoded binary modulation<br>
//!< 10: Manchester coded binary modulation<br>
//!< Others: <i>Reserved</i>
uint16_t :1;
uint16_t whitenMode:3; //!< \brief 0: No whitening<br>
//!< 1: CC1101/CC2500 compatible whitening<br>
//!< 2: PN9 whitening without byte reversal<br>
//!< 3: <i>Reserved</i><br>
//!< 4: No whitener, 32-bit IEEE 802.15.4g compatible CRC<br>
//!< 5: IEEE 802.15.4g compatible whitener and 32-bit CRC<br>
//!< 6: No whitener, dynamically IEEE 802.15.4g compatible 16-bit or 32-bit CRC<br>
//!< 7: Dynamically IEEE 802.15.4g compatible whitener and 16-bit or 32-bit CRC
} formatConf;
struct {
uint16_t frontEndMode:3; //!< \brief 0x00: Differential mode<br>
//!< 0x01: Single-ended mode RFP<br>
//!< 0x02: Single-ended mode RFN<br>
//!< 0x05 Single-ended mode RFP with external frontend control on RF pins (RFN and RXTX)<br>
//!< 0x06 Single-ended mode RFN with external frontend control on RF pins (RFP and RXTX)<br>
//!< Others: <i>Reserved</i>
uint16_t biasMode:1; //!< \brief 0: Internal bias<br>
//!< 1: External bias
uint16_t :6;
uint16_t bNoFsPowerUp:1; //!< \brief 0: Power up frequency synth<br>
//!< 1: Do not power up frequency synth
} config; //!< Configuration options
uint16_t txPower; //!< Transmit power
uint32_t* pRegOverride; //!< \brief Pointer to a list of hardware and configuration registers to override. If NULL, no
//!< override is used.
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup CMD_PROP_RADIO_DIV_SETUP
//! @{
#define CMD_PROP_RADIO_DIV_SETUP 0x3807
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RADIO_DIV_SETUP_s {
uint16_t commandNo; //!< The command ID number 0x3807
uint16_t status; //!< \brief An integer telling the status of the command. This value is
//!< updated by the radio CPU during operation and may be read by the
//!< system CPU at any time.
rfc_radioOp_t *pNextOp; //!< Pointer to the next operation to run after this operation is done
ratmr_t startTime; //!< Absolute or relative start time (depending on the value of <code>startTrigger</code>)
struct {
uint8_t triggerType:4; //!< The type of trigger
uint8_t bEnaCmd:1; //!< \brief 0: No alternative trigger command<br>
//!< 1: CMD_TRIGGER can be used as an alternative trigger
uint8_t triggerNo:2; //!< The trigger number of the CMD_TRIGGER command that triggers this action
uint8_t pastTrig:1; //!< \brief 0: A trigger in the past is never triggered, or for start of commands, give an error<br>
//!< 1: A trigger in the past is triggered as soon as possible
} startTrigger; //!< Identification of the trigger that starts the operation
struct {
uint8_t rule:4; //!< Condition for running next command: Rule for how to proceed
uint8_t nSkip:4; //!< Number of skips if the rule involves skipping
} condition;
struct {
uint16_t modType:3; //!< \brief 0: FSK<br>
//!< 1: GFSK<br>
//!< Others: <i>Reserved</i>
uint16_t deviation:13; //!< Deviation (250 Hz steps)
} modulation;
struct {
uint32_t preScale:4; //!< Prescaler value
uint32_t :4;
uint32_t rateWord:21; //!< Rate word
} symbolRate;
uint8_t rxBw; //!< Receiver bandwidth
struct {
uint8_t nPreamBytes:6; //!< \brief 0&ndash;30: Number of preamble bytes<br>
//!< 31: 4 preamble bits
uint8_t preamMode:2; //!< \brief 0: Send 0 as the first preamble bit<br>
//!< 1: Send 1 as the first preamble bit<br>
//!< 2: Send same first bit in preamble and sync word<br>
//!< 3: Send different first bit in preamble and sync word
} preamConf;
struct {
uint16_t nSwBits:6; //!< Number of sync word bits (up to 32)
uint16_t bBitReversal:1; //!< \brief 0: Use positive deviation for 1<br>
//!< 1: Use positive deviation for 0
uint16_t bMsbFirst:1; //!< \brief 0: Least significant bit transmitted first<br>
//!< 1: Most significant bit transmitted first
uint16_t fecMode:4; //!< \brief Select coding<br>
//!< 0: Uncoded binary modulation<br>
//!< 10: Manchester coded binary modulation<br>
//!< Others: <i>Reserved</i>
uint16_t :1;
uint16_t whitenMode:3; //!< \brief 0: No whitening<br>
//!< 1: CC1101/CC2500 compatible whitening<br>
//!< 2: PN9 whitening without byte reversal<br>
//!< 3: <i>Reserved</i><br>
//!< 4: No whitener, 32-bit IEEE 802.15.4g compatible CRC<br>
//!< 5: IEEE 802.15.4g compatible whitener and 32-bit CRC<br>
//!< 6: No whitener, dynamically IEEE 802.15.4g compatible 16-bit or 32-bit CRC<br>
//!< 7: Dynamically IEEE 802.15.4g compatible whitener and 16-bit or 32-bit CRC
} formatConf;
struct {
uint16_t frontEndMode:3; //!< \brief 0x00: Differential mode<br>
//!< 0x01: Single-ended mode RFP<br>
//!< 0x02: Single-ended mode RFN<br>
//!< 0x05 Single-ended mode RFP with external frontend control on RF pins (RFN and RXTX)<br>
//!< 0x06 Single-ended mode RFN with external frontend control on RF pins (RFP and RXTX)<br>
//!< Others: <i>Reserved</i>
uint16_t biasMode:1; //!< \brief 0: Internal bias<br>
//!< 1: External bias
uint16_t :6;
uint16_t bNoFsPowerUp:1; //!< \brief 0: Power up frequency synth<br>
//!< 1: Do not power up frequency synth
} config; //!< Configuration options
uint16_t txPower; //!< Transmit power
uint32_t* pRegOverride; //!< \brief Pointer to a list of hardware and configuration registers to override. If NULL, no
//!< override is used.
uint16_t centerFreq; //!< \brief Center frequency of the frequency band used, in MHz; used for calculating some internal Tx and Rx parameters.
//!< For a single channel RF system, this should be set equal to the RF frequency used.
//!< For a multi channel RF system (e.g. frequency hopping spread spectrum), this should be set equal
//!< to the center frequency of the frequency band used.
int16_t intFreq; //!< \brief Intermediate frequency to use for Rx, in MHz on 4.12 signed format. Tx will use same
//!< intermediate frequency if supported, otherwise 0.<br>
//!< 0x8000: Use default.
uint8_t loDivider; //!< LO frequency divider setting to use. Supported values: 2, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, and 30
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup CMD_PROP_SET_LEN
//! @{
#define CMD_PROP_SET_LEN 0x3401
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_SET_LEN_s {
uint16_t commandNo; //!< The command ID number 0x3401
uint16_t rxLen; //!< Payload length to use
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup CMD_PROP_RESTART_RX
//! @{
#define CMD_PROP_RESTART_RX 0x3402
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_CMD_PROP_RESTART_RX_s {
uint16_t commandNo; //!< The command ID number 0x3402
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup propRxOutput
//! @{
//! Output structure for Rx operations
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_propRxOutput_s {
uint16_t nRxOk; //!< Number of packets that have been received with payload, CRC OK and not ignored
uint16_t nRxNok; //!< Number of packets that have been received with CRC error
uint8_t nRxIgnored; //!< Number of packets that have been received with CRC OK and ignored due to address mismatch
uint8_t nRxStopped; //!< Number of packets not received due to illegal length or address mismatch with pktConf.filterOp = 1
uint8_t nRxBufFull; //!< Number of packets that have been received and discarded due to lack of buffer space
int8_t lastRssi; //!< RSSI of last received packet
ratmr_t timeStamp; //!< Time stamp of last received packet
};
//! @}
//! \addtogroup propRxStatus
//! @{
//! Receive status byte that may be appended to message in receive buffer
struct __RFC_STRUCT rfc_propRxStatus_s {
struct {
uint8_t addressInd:5; //!< Index of address found (0 if not applicable)
uint8_t syncWordId:1; //!< 0 for primary sync word, 1 for alternate sync word
uint8_t result:2; //!< \brief 0: Packet received correctly, not ignored<br>
//!< 1: Packet received with CRC error<br>
//!< 2: Packet received correctly, but can be ignored<br>
//!< 3: Packet reception was aborted
} status;
};
//! @}
//! @}
//! @}
#endif /* PROP_CMD_H_ */

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@ -1,71 +0,0 @@
/******************************************************************************
* Filename: prop_mailbox.h
* Revised: 2015-06-29 12:59:58 +0200 (Mon, 29 Jun 2015)
* Revision: 44063
*
* Description: Definitions for proprietary mode radio interface
*
* Copyright (c) 2015, Texas Instruments Incorporated
* All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
*
* 1) Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
*
* 2) Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
* and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
*
* 3) Neither the name of the ORGANIZATION nor the names of its contributors may
* be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
* specific prior written permission.
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS"
* AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
* IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
* ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
* LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
* CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
* SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
* INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
* CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
* ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
* POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*
******************************************************************************/
#ifndef PROP_MAILBOX_H_
#define PROP_MAILBOX_H_
/// \name Radio operation status
///@{
/// \name Operation finished normally
///@{
#define PROP_DONE_OK 0x3400 ///< Operation ended normally
#define PROP_DONE_RXTIMEOUT 0x3401 ///< Operation stopped after end trigger while waiting for sync
#define PROP_DONE_BREAK 0x3402 ///< Rx stopped due to time out in the middle of a packet
#define PROP_DONE_ENDED 0x3403 ///< Operation stopped after end trigger during reception
#define PROP_DONE_STOPPED 0x3404 ///< Operation stopped after stop command
#define PROP_DONE_ABORT 0x3405 ///< Operation aborted by abort command
#define PROP_DONE_RXERR 0x3406 ///< Operation ended after receiving packet with CRC error
#define PROP_DONE_IDLE 0x3407 ///< Carrier sense operation ended because of idle channel
#define PROP_DONE_BUSY 0x3408 ///< Carrier sense operation ended because of busy channel
#define PROP_DONE_IDLETIMEOUT 0x3409 ///< Carrier sense operation ended because of time out with csConf.timeoutRes = 1
#define PROP_DONE_BUSYTIMEOUT 0x340A ///< Carrier sense operation ended because of time out with csConf.timeoutRes = 0
///@}
/// \name Operation finished with error
///@{
#define PROP_ERROR_PAR 0x3800 ///< Illegal parameter
#define PROP_ERROR_RXBUF 0x3801 ///< No available Rx buffer at the start of a packet
#define PROP_ERROR_RXFULL 0x3802 ///< Out of Rx buffer during reception in a partial read buffer
#define PROP_ERROR_NO_SETUP 0x3803 ///< Radio was not set up in proprietary mode
#define PROP_ERROR_NO_FS 0x3804 ///< Synth was not programmed when running Rx or Tx
#define PROP_ERROR_RXOVF 0x3805 ///< Rx overflow observed during operation
#define PROP_ERROR_TXUNF 0x3806 ///< Tx underflow observed during operation
///@}
///@}
#endif /* PROP_MAILBOX_H_ */

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@ -63,11 +63,11 @@
#include "hw_rfc_pwr.h"
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* RF Core Mailbox API */
#include "rf-core/api/mailbox.h"
#include "rf-core/api/common_cmd.h"
#include "rf-core/api/ieee_cmd.h"
#include "rf-core/api/data_entry.h"
#include "rf-core/api/ieee_mailbox.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_mailbox.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_common_cmd.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_data_entry.h"
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include "smartrf-settings.h"
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
@ -179,25 +179,23 @@ static uint8_t rf_stats[16] = { 0 };
/* TX Power dBm lookup table - values from SmartRF Studio */
typedef struct output_config {
radio_value_t dbm;
uint8_t register_ib;
uint8_t register_gc;
uint8_t temp_coeff;
uint16_t tx_power; /* Value for the CMD_RADIO_SETUP.txPower field */
} output_config_t;
static const output_config_t output_power[] = {
{ 5, 0x30, 0x00, 0x93 },
{ 4, 0x24, 0x00, 0x93 },
{ 3, 0x1c, 0x00, 0x5a },
{ 2, 0x18, 0x00, 0x4e },
{ 1, 0x14, 0x00, 0x42 },
{ 0, 0x21, 0x01, 0x31 },
{ -3, 0x18, 0x01, 0x25 },
{ -6, 0x11, 0x01, 0x1d },
{ -9, 0x0e, 0x01, 0x19 },
{-12, 0x0b, 0x01, 0x14 },
{-15, 0x0b, 0x03, 0x0c },
{-18, 0x09, 0x03, 0x0c },
{-21, 0x07, 0x03, 0x0c },
{ 5, 0x9330 },
{ 4, 0x9324 },
{ 3, 0x5a1c },
{ 2, 0x4e18 },
{ 1, 0x4214 },
{ 0, 0x3161 },
{ -3, 0x2558 },
{ -6, 0x1d52 },
{ -9, 0x194e },
{-12, 0x144b },
{-15, 0x0ccb },
{-18, 0x0cc9 },
{-21, 0x0cc7 },
};
#define OUTPUT_CONFIG_COUNT (sizeof(output_power) / sizeof(output_config_t))
@ -473,9 +471,7 @@ set_tx_power(radio_value_t power)
memset(&cmd, 0x00, sizeof(cmd));
cmd.commandNo = CMD_SET_TX_POWER;
cmd.txPower.IB = output_power[i].register_ib;
cmd.txPower.GC = output_power[i].register_gc;
cmd.txPower.tempCoeff = output_power[i].temp_coeff;
cmd.txPower = output_power[i].tx_power;
if(rf_core_send_cmd((uint32_t)&cmd, &cmd_status) == RF_CORE_CMD_ERROR) {
PRINTF("set_tx_power: CMDSTA=0x%08lx\n", cmd_status);
@ -491,9 +487,7 @@ rf_radio_setup()
/* Create radio setup command */
rf_core_init_radio_op((rfc_radioOp_t *)&cmd, sizeof(cmd), CMD_RADIO_SETUP);
cmd.txPower.IB = tx_power_current->register_ib;
cmd.txPower.GC = tx_power_current->register_gc;
cmd.txPower.tempCoeff = tx_power_current->temp_coeff;
cmd.txPower = tx_power_current->tx_power;
cmd.pRegOverride = ieee_overrides;
cmd.mode = 1;

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@ -64,14 +64,15 @@
#include "hw_rfc_pwr.h"
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* RF Core Mailbox API */
#include "rf-core/api/mailbox.h"
#include "rf-core/api/common_cmd.h"
#include "rf-core/api/data_entry.h"
#include "rf-core/api/prop_mailbox.h"
#include "rf-core/api/prop_cmd.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_mailbox.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_common_cmd.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_data_entry.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_prop_mailbox.h"
#include "driverlib/rf_prop_cmd.h"
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* CC13xxware patches */
#include "rf_patches/rf_patch_cpe_genfsk.h"
#include "rf_patches/rf_patch_rfe_genfsk.h"
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include "rf-core/smartrf-settings.h"
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
@ -186,7 +187,7 @@ typedef struct output_config {
static const output_config_t output_power[] = {
{ 14, 0xa73f },
{ 13, 0xa73f }, /* 12.5 */
{ 13, 0xa63f }, /* 12.5 */
{ 12, 0xb818 },
{ 11, 0x50da },
{ 10, 0x38d3 },
@ -603,8 +604,6 @@ init(void)
return RF_CORE_CMD_ERROR;
}