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Texas Instruments DN302 -- Register View in SmartRF Studio (Rev. A) Application notes
Design Note DN302
Register View in SmartRF® Studio
By Øyvind Kjernli
Keywords
• SmartRF® Studio
• Register View
1
• Link
Introduction
This design note describes how the
register view in SmartRF® Studio can be
2
EB
EM
used to change specific registers of the
connected CCxxxx device.
Abbreviations
Evaluation Board
Evaluation Module
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Table of Contents
KEYWORDS.............................................................................................................................. 1
1
INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................. 1
2
ABBREVIATIONS........................................................................................................... 1
3
HOW TO SET UP A LINK USING CUSTOMIZED REGISTER SETTINGS .................. 3
4
GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................ 6
4.1
DOCUMENT HISTORY.................................................................................................. 6
5
IMPORTANT NOTICE .................................................................................................... 7
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How to set up a Link Using Customized Register Settings
Two EB boards equipped with EM modules can be connected to one PC and a link between
the two boards can be set up.
Select the “SmartRF® 04 DK” tab. The two connected devices should appear as shown in
Figure 1. It will be shown with the chip name and “new device” (e.g. CC2511 – new device).
Make sure that the USB DID (Device ID) is different for each connected EB. Start one
session for each device.
Figure 1. SmartRF® 04 DK Tab
When starting a session the window shown in …. will be opened.
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Figure 2, Normal view
Receiver:
• Chose preferred settings in Normal View
• Select “Packet RX” tab
• Start buffered RX
Transmitter:
• Chose preferred settings in Normal View (same as for the receiver)
• Select “Packet TX” tab
• Start buffered TX
To use customized register settings, the following steps will apply both for the receiver and
the transmitter:
• Chose preferred settings in normal View
•
Reset and write settings to the chip
•
Copy settings to register view
•
•
•
Select manual init
Go to register view and change the required registers
Return to normal view and start the test
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Figure 3, Regsiter view
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4.1
General Information
Document History
Revision
SWRA107
SWRA107A
Date
2006.07.06
2009.09.15
Description/Changes
Initial release.
Screen shots have been updated.
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