RemoTI 1.4.0 Resource Guide

RemoTI 1.4.0 Resource Guide
SWRU440 — September 2015
RemoTI™1.4.0 Resource Guide
Contents
Notices ....................................................................................................................................................... 1
Documentation Guide ................................................................................................................................ 2
Other Useful Resources on the Web ......................................................................................................... 3
Changes from previous version (1.3.1) ..................................................................................................... 3
Errata and other information ...................................................................................................................... 4
Pre generated images ............................................................................................................................... 5
Notices
 This software contains Movea SmartMotion® libraries. As indicated in the Texas
Instruments Software License Agreement, the license with respect to these
libraries is for development purposes only. Any product containing these libraries
may not be distributed until you obtain a distribution license from Movea. Please
contact Movea at sales@movea.com or visit the Movea website.
 This software release supports the following ZigBee RF4CE specifications
 ZigBee RF4CE Specification Version 1.01 (January, 2010)
 ZigBee Remote Control Public Application Profile Specification Version 1.1.0
(November 2010)
 ZigBee RF4CE: ZRC Profile Specification Version 2.0 (September 4th, 2014)
 ZigBee RF4CE Generic Device Profile Version 2.0 (September 4th, 2014)
 The sample applications in this release is supported with the CC2533 RF4CE
Development Kit
 The library files and project files have been built and tested with IAR Embedded
Workbench for 8051, Version 9.20.2 (see errata section bellow) on a Windows XP
machine and Windows-7 64 bit machine. Please note that newer or older versions of IAR
Embedded Workbench may not work properly with this release.
 The non-volatile memory map (OSAL SNV) implemented by the sample applications of
this release is not compatible with images of RemoTI releases version 1.1 and older.
When a new application image is downloaded onto a device loaded with an incompatible
prior release via Over-The-Air download or Serial Bootloader, all of the non-volatile data,
including the pairing table, will be erased.
 All IAR projects must be configured with the “Location for constants and strings” set to
“ROM mapped as data” if banked, and set to “CODE memory” if non-banked, in order to
be compatible with the RemoTI stack libraries.
Documentation Guide
 User Guides (Located in the folder <Install Directory>\Documents\User Guides)
CC2533 RF4CE Development
Kit Quick Start Guide
This document provides instructions to use the CC2533
development kit out of the box.
 Developer’s guide
RemoTI Network Processor
Developer's Guide
Located in the Texas Instruments wiki server.
RemoTI Developer's Guide
Located in the Texas Instruments wiki server.
This document explains the RemoTI network processor
application and customization to add a new command set.
This document provides more information on the RF4CE
protocol features and their usage with the RemoTI software.
RemoTI Advance Remote
Developer's Guide
Located in the Texas Instruments wiki server.
This document provides more information on the RF4CE
protocol features and their usage with the RemoTI software.
 Software API (Located in the folder <Install Directory>\Documents\API)
RemoTI API
This document lists the Application Programming Interface
(API) for the RemoTI software stack.
HAL Driver API
This document lists the API for the Hardware Abstraction
Layer (HAL) drivers.
RemoTI OSAL API
This document lists the API for the Operating System
Abstraction Layer (OSAL) software.
RemoTI Network Processor
Interface Specification
This document contains the serial interface specification for
the RemoTI network processor.
 Application Notes (Available at the RemoTI product folder webpage. Note that more
application notes will be added over time.)
RemoTI Power Consumption
This application note measures power consumption on the
CC253x remote control.
RemoTI Host Processor
Sample Application and
Porting Guide
This application note demonstrates the RemoTI network
processor interface running a simple host processor
application on the MSP430FG5438 Experimenters board
using a CC253x Evaluation Module (EM).
RemoTI SimpleApp
This application note demonstrates as simple target and
controller node application running on the SmartRF05
hardware platform.
RemoTI Coexistence Testing
This application note discusses WiFi co-existence and
provides performance test data using the CC253x in the
presence of Wi-Fi interference.
RemoTI Win32 Simple
Console Application
This application note describes the features in RF4CE
technology that enable it to perform well even in the presence
of strong interference. Actual testing is performed using the
RemoTI development kit and sample application.
Other Useful Resources on the Web
 The TI RF4CE homepage page contains detailed information on the TI RF4CE solution.
 The RF4CE Wiki pages contain example and valuable information for developers.
 The SmartRF Protocol Packet Sniffer is a free tool that functions as a single channel
sniffer with ZigBee RF4CE packet decodes.
 The RemoTI for RF4CE Remote Controls Forum is an online forum for engineers
working with TI RF4CE products. Users can post questions and browse posts from other
TI RF4CE users.
 The ZigBee® Alliance Home Page includes ZigBee RF4CE and other related
specifications as well as certification policies.
 The CC2533 Product Page includes the CC2533 User’s Guide, datasheet, and antenna
reference designs among many other resources.
Changes from previous version (1.3.1)
Enhancements
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Added support for ZRC2.0 and GDP2.0 profiles.
Updated Target emulator tools to support ZRC2.0 and GDP 2.0 features.
RemoTI API has been updated to better serve the new ZRC2.0 and GDP2.0 profiles.
HEAP memory now uses all remaining RAM left available by the application
New Frequency Adaptive algorithm: improves RF co-existence performance.
Bug fixes
 Improve SNV management to prevent pairing failure for corner cases.
 Now possible to rewrite a page if a word fails in the boot loader.
 Corrected an issue in the network layer preventing the pairing from succeeding if a lower
priority task was running for too long.
 Corrected a problem in SPI driver that prevented MRDY and CS signal from being
combined.
Errata and other information
Errata
 No software errata for this sdk
Other information

Due to size constraints, for platforms with 64kB of flash, some configurations have
turned off optional features for the ZRC 2.0 profile. The polling client and identify client
are disabled. This is done by setting the compilation directive
DISABLE_ZRC_POLL_IDENTIFY_NOTIFY in the project preprocessor options.
This concerns the CC2533F64-originator-HEX (with serial bootloader), and the
CC2533F64-originator-SBL (binary file creation for SBL).
This optional feature can be enabled again by doing the following:
- Removing the DISABLE_ZRC_POLL_IDENTIFY_NOTIFY compile directive
from the project options
- Changing the maximum capacity of the pairing table from 5 to 2
IAR 9.20.2 behavior for multi-file compilation
 An issue has been found with the latest IAR 9.20.2 IDE. When building the RNP project
for 64kB devices, IAR does not link that project after the first compilation. This is linked
to the multi-file compilation option that is being used to help the RemoTI stack fit in 64kB
of flash. To resolve this, the project needs to be re-built a second time in order for the
linker to be called. This issue can be avoided entirely by using the IAR command line
compilation interface as described in the IAR documentation.
Pre generated images
The RemoTI 1.4 sdk comes with some pre-built images; the table below presents the connection
pins for each network processor images:
Bus
RNP_CC2531F256-Originator_SBL.bin
RNP_CC2531F256-Originator_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2531F256-Recipient_SBL.bin
RNP_CC2531F256-Recipient_SBL.hex
USB-CDC
Bus
RNP_CC2533F64-Originator_SPI_PORT1_ALT0.bin
RNP_CC2533F64Originator_SPI_PORT1_ALT0_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F64-Recipient_SPI_PORT1_ALT0.hex
RNP_CC2533F96-Originator_SPI_PORT1_ALT0.bin
RNP_CC2533F96Originator_SPI_PORT1_ALT0_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F96-Recipient_SPI_PORT1_ALT0.bin
RNP_CC2533F96Recipient_SPI_PORT1_ALT0_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F64-Originator_SPI_PORT1_ALT1.bin
RNP_CC2533F64-Recipient_SPI_PORT1_ALT1.hex
RNP_CC2533F64Originator_SPI_PORT1_ALT1_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F96-Originator_SPI_PORT1_ALT1.bin
RNP_CC2533F96Originator_SPI_PORT1_ALT1_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F96-Recipient_SPI_PORT1_ALT1.bin
RNP_CC2533F96Recipient_SPI_PORT1_ALT1_SBL.hex
SPI
MISO
P1.7
MOSI
P1.6
CLK
P1.5
Bus
RNP_CC2533F64-Originator_UART_PORT0.bin
RNP_CC2533F64-Originator_UART_PORT0_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F64-Recipient_UART_PORT0.hex
RNP_CC2533F96-Originator_UART_PORT0.bin
RNP_CC2533F96-Originator_UART_PORT0_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F96-Recipient_UART_PORT0.bin
RNP_CC2533F96-Recipient_UART_PORT0_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F64-Originator_UART_PORT1.bin
RNP_CC2533F64-Originator_UART_PORT1_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F64-Recipient_UART_PORT1.hex
RNP_CC2533F96-Originator_UART_PORT1.bin
RNP_CC2533F96-Originator_UART_PORT1_SBL.hex
RNP_CC2533F96-Recipient_UART_PORT1.bin
RNP_CC2533F96-Recipient_UART_PORT1_SBL.hex
CS
MRDY
SRDY
P0.3
P0.4
P1.3
P1.2
P1.4
RX
TX
P0.2
P0.3
P1.6
P1,7
UART
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