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      examples/Basic_TwoWay/Basic_TwoWay.pde
  4. 72
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  5. 57
      examples/TX_only/TX_only.pde
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README

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The microchip mrf24j40ma is an 802.15.4 module, with a SPI interface. It's nice and cheap, and it is
readily usable on a breadboard, unlike xbee modules. More information here:
http://www.microchip.com/wwwproducts/Devices.aspx?dDocName=en535967
This library provides a basic interface to send and receive packets using plain 802.15.4. beacon mode
is not supported.

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/**
* Example code for using a microchip mrf24j40 module to send and receive
* packets using plain 802.15.4
* Requirements: 3 pins for spi, 3 pins for reset, chip select and interrupt
* notifications
* This example file is considered to be in the public domain
* Originally written by Karl Palsson, karlp@tweak.net.au, March 2011
*/
#include <SPI.h>
#include <mrf24j.h>
const int pin_reset = 6;
const int pin_cs = 10; // default CS pin on ATmega8/168/328
const int pin_interrupt = 2; // default interrupt pin on ATmega8/168/328
Mrf24j mrf(pin_reset, pin_cs, pin_interrupt);
long last_time;
long tx_interval = 1000;
void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
mrf.reset();
mrf.init();
mrf.set_pan(0xcafe);
// This is _our_ address
mrf.address16_write(0x6001);
// uncomment if you want to receive any packet on this channel
//mrf.set_promiscuous(true);
// uncomment if you want to enable PA/LNA external control
//mrf.set_palna(true);
// uncomment if you want to buffer all PHY Payload
//mrf.set_bufferPHY(true);
attachInterrupt(0, interrupt_routine, CHANGE); // interrupt 0 equivalent to pin 2(INT0) on ATmega8/168/328
last_time = millis();
interrupts();
}
void interrupt_routine() {
mrf.interrupt_handler(); // mrf24 object interrupt routine
}
void loop() {
mrf.check_flags(&handle_rx, &handle_tx);
unsigned long current_time = millis();
if (current_time - last_time > tx_interval) {
last_time = current_time;
Serial.println("txxxing...");
mrf.send16(0x4202, "abcd");
}
}
void handle_rx() {
Serial.print("received a packet ");Serial.print(mrf.get_rxinfo()->frame_length, DEC);Serial.println(" bytes long");
if(mrf.get_bufferPHY()){
Serial.println("Packet data (PHY Payload):");
for (int i = 0; i < mrf.get_rxinfo()->frame_length; i++) {
Serial.print(mrf.get_rxbuf()[i]);
}
}
Serial.println("\r\nASCII data (relevant data):");
for (int i = 0; i < mrf.rx_datalength(); i++) {
Serial.write(mrf.get_rxinfo()->rx_data[i]);
}
Serial.print("\r\nLQI/RSSI=");
Serial.print(mrf.get_rxinfo()->lqi, DEC);
Serial.print("/");
Serial.println(mrf.get_rxinfo()->rssi, DEC);
}
void handle_tx() {
if (mrf.get_txinfo()->tx_ok) {
Serial.println("TX went ok, got ack");
} else {
Serial.print("TX failed after ");Serial.print(mrf.get_txinfo()->retries);Serial.println(" retries\n");
}
}

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/**
* Example code for using a microchip mrf24j40 module to receive only
* packets using plain 802.15.4
* Requirements: 3 pins for spi, 3 pins for reset, chip select and interrupt
* notifications
* This example file is considered to be in the public domain
* Originally written by Karl Palsson, karlp@tweak.net.au, March 2011
*/
#include <SPI.h>
#include <mrf24j.h>
const int pin_reset = 6;
const int pin_cs = 10; // default CS pin on ATmega8/168/328
const int pin_interrupt = 2; // default interrupt pin on ATmega8/168/328
Mrf24j mrf(pin_reset, pin_cs, pin_interrupt);
void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
mrf.reset();
mrf.init();
mrf.set_pan(0xcafe);
// This is _our_ address
mrf.address16_write(0x6001);
// uncomment if you want to receive any packet on this channel
//mrf.set_promiscuous(true);
// uncomment if you want to enable PA/LNA external control
//mrf.set_palna(true);
// uncomment if you want to buffer all PHY Payload
//mrf.set_bufferPHY(true);
attachInterrupt(0, interrupt_routine, CHANGE); // interrupt 0 equivalent to pin 2(INT0) on ATmega8/168/328
interrupts();
}
void interrupt_routine() {
mrf.interrupt_handler(); // mrf24 object interrupt routine
}
void loop() {
mrf.check_flags(&handle_rx, &handle_tx);
}
void handle_rx() {
Serial.print("received a packet ");Serial.print(mrf.get_rxinfo()->frame_length, DEC);Serial.println(" bytes long");
if(mrf.get_bufferPHY()){
Serial.println("Packet data (PHY Payload):");
for (int i = 0; i < mrf.get_rxinfo()->frame_length; i++) {
Serial.print(mrf.get_rxbuf()[i]);
}
}
Serial.println("\r\nASCII data (relevant data):");
for (int i = 0; i < mrf.rx_datalength(); i++) {
Serial.write(mrf.get_rxinfo()->rx_data[i]);
}
Serial.print("\r\nLQI/RSSI=");
Serial.print(mrf.get_rxinfo()->lqi, DEC);
Serial.print("/");
Serial.println(mrf.get_rxinfo()->rssi, DEC);
}
void handle_tx() {
// code to transmit, nothing to do
}

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/**
* Example code for using a microchip mrf24j40 module to send simple packets
*
* Requirements: 3 pins for spi, 3 pins for reset, chip select and interrupt
* notifications
* This example file is considered to be in the public domain
* Originally written by Karl Palsson, karlp@tweak.net.au, March 2011
*/
#include <SPI.h>
#include <mrf24j.h>
const int pin_reset = 6;
const int pin_cs = 10; // default CS pin on ATmega8/168/328
const int pin_interrupt = 2; // default interrupt pin on ATmega8/168/328
Mrf24j mrf(pin_reset, pin_cs, pin_interrupt);
long last_time;
long tx_interval = 1000;
void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
mrf.reset();
mrf.init();
mrf.set_pan(0xcafe);
// This is _our_ address
mrf.address16_write(0x6001);
// uncomment if you want to enable PA/LNA external control
//mrf.set_palna(true);
attachInterrupt(0, interrupt_routine, CHANGE); // interrupt 0 equivalent to pin 2(INT0) on ATmega8/168/328
last_time = millis();
interrupts();
}
void interrupt_routine() {
mrf.interrupt_handler(); // mrf24 object interrupt routine
}
void loop() {
mrf.check_flags(&handle_rx, &handle_tx);
}
void handle_rx() {
// data to receive, nothing to do
}
void handle_tx() {
if (mrf.get_txinfo()->tx_ok) {
Serial.println("TX went ok, got ack");
} else {
Serial.print("TX failed after ");Serial.print(mrf.get_txinfo()->retries);Serial.println(" retries\n");
}
}

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MCU?=atmega328p
F_CPU=8000000
PROG?=arduino
PORT?=COM5
CC=avr-g++
OBJCOPY=avr-objcopy
CFLAGS=-Wall -g -mmcu=${MCU} -DF_CPU=${F_CPU} -I.
TARGET=main
SRCS= src/*.cpp $(wildcard lib/*/src/*.cpp)
all: build flash
build:
${CC} ${CFLAGS} -o bin/${MODE}.bin ${SRCS} test/${MODE}/main.cpp -O2
${CC} ${CFLAGS} -o bin/${MODE}.elf ${SRCS} test/${MODE}/main.cpp -O2
${OBJCOPY} -j .text -j .data -O ihex bin/${MODE}.bin bin/${MODE}.hex
flash:
avrdude -p ${MCU} -c ${PROG} -P ${PORT} ${BAUD} -U flash:w:bin/${MODE}.hex
clean:
rm -f bin/*
term:
python3 lib/usart/term.py
avarice:
avarice --program --file bin/main.elf --part atmega32 --dragon :4242

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/**
* mrf24j.cpp, Karl Palsson, 2011, karlp@tweak.net.au
* modified bsd license / apache license
*/
#include "mrf24j.h"
// aMaxPHYPacketSize = 127, from the 802.15.4-2006 standard.
static uint8_t rx_buf[127];
// essential for obtaining the data frame only
// bytes_MHR = 2 Frame control + 1 sequence number + 2 panid + 2 shortAddr Destination + 2 shortAddr Source
static int bytes_MHR = 9;
static int bytes_FCS = 2; // FCS length = 2
static int bytes_nodata = bytes_MHR + bytes_FCS; // no_data bytes in PHY payload, header length + FCS
static int ignoreBytes = 0; // bytes to ignore, some modules behaviour.
static boolean bufPHY = false; // flag to buffer all bytes in PHY Payload, or not
volatile uint8_t flag_got_rx;
volatile uint8_t flag_got_tx;
static rx_info_t rx_info;
static tx_info_t tx_info;
/**
* Constructor MRF24J Object.
* @param pin_reset, @param pin_chip_select, @param pin_interrupt
*/
Mrf24j::Mrf24j(int pin_reset, int pin_chip_select, int pin_interrupt) {
_pin_reset = pin_reset;
_pin_cs = pin_chip_select;
_pin_int = pin_interrupt;
pinMode(_pin_reset, OUTPUT);
pinMode(_pin_cs, OUTPUT);
pinMode(_pin_int, INPUT);
SPI.setBitOrder(MSBFIRST) ;
SPI.setDataMode(SPI_MODE0);
SPI.begin();
}
void Mrf24j::reset(void) {
digitalWrite(_pin_reset, LOW);
delay(10); // just my gut
digitalWrite(_pin_reset, HIGH);
delay(20); // from manual
}
byte Mrf24j::read_short(byte address) {
digitalWrite(_pin_cs, LOW);
// 0 top for short addressing, 0 bottom for read
SPI.transfer(address<<1 & 0b01111110);
byte ret = SPI.transfer(0x00);
digitalWrite(_pin_cs, HIGH);
return ret;
}
byte Mrf24j::read_long(word address) {
digitalWrite(_pin_cs, LOW);
byte ahigh = address >> 3;
byte alow = address << 5;
SPI.transfer(0x80 | ahigh); // high bit for long
SPI.transfer(alow);
byte ret = SPI.transfer(0);
digitalWrite(_pin_cs, HIGH);
return ret;
}
void Mrf24j::write_short(byte address, byte data) {
digitalWrite(_pin_cs, LOW);
// 0 for top short address, 1 bottom for write
SPI.transfer((address<<1 & 0b01111110) | 0x01);
SPI.transfer(data);
digitalWrite(_pin_cs, HIGH);
}
void Mrf24j::write_long(word address, byte data) {
digitalWrite(_pin_cs, LOW);
byte ahigh = address >> 3;
byte alow = address << 5;
SPI.transfer(0x80 | ahigh); // high bit for long
SPI.transfer(alow | 0x10); // last bit for write
SPI.transfer(data);
digitalWrite(_pin_cs, HIGH);
}
word Mrf24j::get_pan(void) {
byte panh = read_short(MRF_PANIDH);
return panh << 8 | read_short(MRF_PANIDL);
}
void Mrf24j::set_pan(word panid) {
write_short(MRF_PANIDH, panid >> 8);
write_short(MRF_PANIDL, panid & 0xff);
}
void Mrf24j::address16_write(word address16) {
write_short(MRF_SADRH, address16 >> 8);
write_short(MRF_SADRL, address16 & 0xff);
}
word Mrf24j::address16_read(void) {
byte a16h = read_short(MRF_SADRH);
return a16h << 8 | read_short(MRF_SADRL);
}
/**
* Simple send 16, with acks, not much of anything.. assumes src16 and local pan only.
* @param data
*/
void Mrf24j::send16(word dest16, char * data) {
byte len = strlen(data); // get the length of the char* array
int i = 0;
write_long(i++, bytes_MHR); // header length
// +ignoreBytes is because some module seems to ignore 2 bytes after the header?!.
// default: ignoreBytes = 0;
write_long(i++, bytes_MHR+ignoreBytes+len);
// 0 | pan compression | ack | no security | no data pending | data frame[3 bits]
write_long(i++, 0b01100001); // first byte of Frame Control
// 16 bit source, 802.15.4 (2003), 16 bit dest,
write_long(i++, 0b10001000); // second byte of frame control
write_long(i++, 1); // sequence number 1
word panid = get_pan();
write_long(i++, panid & 0xff); // dest panid
write_long(i++, panid >> 8);
write_long(i++, dest16 & 0xff); // dest16 low
write_long(i++, dest16 >> 8); // dest16 high
word src16 = address16_read();
write_long(i++, src16 & 0xff); // src16 low
write_long(i++, src16 >> 8); // src16 high
// All testing seems to indicate that the next two bytes are ignored.
//2 bytes on FCS appended by TXMAC
i+=ignoreBytes;
for (int q = 0; q < len; q++) {
write_long(i++, data[q]);
}
// ack on, and go!
write_short(MRF_TXNCON, (1<<MRF_TXNACKREQ | 1<<MRF_TXNTRIG));
}
void Mrf24j::set_interrupts(void) {
// interrupts for rx and tx normal complete
write_short(MRF_INTCON, 0b11110110);
}
/** use the 802.15.4 channel numbers..
*/
void Mrf24j::set_channel(byte channel) {
write_long(MRF_RFCON0, (((channel - 11) << 4) | 0x03));
}
void Mrf24j::init(void) {
/*
// Seems a bit ridiculous when I use reset pin anyway
write_short(MRF_SOFTRST, 0x7); // from manual
while (read_short(MRF_SOFTRST) & 0x7 != 0) {
; // wait for soft reset to finish
}
*/
write_short(MRF_PACON2, 0x98); // – Initialize FIFOEN = 1 and TXONTS = 0x6.
write_short(MRF_TXSTBL, 0x95); // – Initialize RFSTBL = 0x9.
write_long(MRF_RFCON0, 0x03); // – Initialize RFOPT = 0x03.
write_long(MRF_RFCON1, 0x01); // – Initialize VCOOPT = 0x02.
write_long(MRF_RFCON2, 0x80); // – Enable PLL (PLLEN = 1).
write_long(MRF_RFCON6, 0x90); // – Initialize TXFIL = 1 and 20MRECVR = 1.
write_long(MRF_RFCON7, 0x80); // – Initialize SLPCLKSEL = 0x2 (100 kHz Internal oscillator).
write_long(MRF_RFCON8, 0x10); // – Initialize RFVCO = 1.
write_long(MRF_SLPCON1, 0x21); // – Initialize CLKOUTEN = 1 and SLPCLKDIV = 0x01.
// Configuration for nonbeacon-enabled devices (see Section 3.8 “Beacon-Enabled and
// Nonbeacon-Enabled Networks”):
write_short(MRF_BBREG2, 0x80); // Set CCA mode to ED
write_short(MRF_CCAEDTH, 0x60); // – Set CCA ED threshold.
write_short(MRF_BBREG6, 0x40); // – Set appended RSSI value to RXFIFO.
set_interrupts();
set_channel(12);
// max power is by default.. just leave it...
// Set transmitter power - See “REGISTER 2-62: RF CONTROL 3 REGISTER (ADDRESS: 0x203)”.
write_short(MRF_RFCTL, 0x04); // – Reset RF state machine.
write_short(MRF_RFCTL, 0x00); // part 2
delay(1); // delay at least 192usec
}
/**
* Call this from within an interrupt handler connected to the MRFs output
* interrupt pin. It handles reading in any data from the module, and letting it
* continue working.
* Only the most recent data is ever kept.
*/
void Mrf24j::interrupt_handler(void) {
uint8_t last_interrupt = read_short(MRF_INTSTAT);
if (last_interrupt & MRF_I_RXIF) {
flag_got_rx++;
// read out the packet data...
noInterrupts();
rx_disable();
// read start of rxfifo for, has 2 bytes more added by FCS. frame_length = m + n + 2
uint8_t frame_length = read_long(0x300);
// buffer all bytes in PHY Payload
if(bufPHY){
int rb_ptr = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < frame_length; i++) { // from 0x301 to (0x301 + frame_length -1)
rx_buf[rb_ptr++] = read_long(0x301 + i);
}
}
// buffer data bytes
int rd_ptr = 0;
// from (0x301 + bytes_MHR) to (0x301 + frame_length - bytes_nodata - 1)
for (int i = 0; i < rx_datalength(); i++) {
rx_info.rx_data[rd_ptr++] = read_long(0x301 + bytes_MHR + i);
}
rx_info.frame_length = frame_length;
// same as datasheet 0x301 + (m + n + 2) <-- frame_length
rx_info.lqi = read_long(0x301 + frame_length);
// same as datasheet 0x301 + (m + n + 3) <-- frame_length + 1
rx_info.rssi = read_long(0x301 + frame_length + 1);
rx_enable();
interrupts();
}
if (last_interrupt & MRF_I_TXNIF) {
flag_got_tx++;
uint8_t tmp = read_short(MRF_TXSTAT);
// 1 means it failed, we want 1 to mean it worked.
tx_info.tx_ok = !(tmp & ~(1 << TXNSTAT));
tx_info.retries = tmp >> 6;
tx_info.channel_busy = (tmp & (1 << CCAFAIL));
}
}
/**
* Call this function periodically, it will invoke your nominated handlers
*/
void Mrf24j::check_flags(void (*rx_handler)(void), void (*tx_handler)(void)){
// TODO - we could check whether the flags are > 1 here, indicating data was lost?
if (flag_got_rx) {
flag_got_rx = 0;
rx_handler();
}
if (flag_got_tx) {
flag_got_tx = 0;
tx_handler();
}
}
/**
* Set RX mode to promiscuous, or normal
*/
void Mrf24j::set_promiscuous(boolean enabled) {
if (enabled) {
write_short(MRF_RXMCR, 0x01);
} else {
write_short(MRF_RXMCR, 0x00);
}
}
rx_info_t * Mrf24j::get_rxinfo(void) {
return &rx_info;
}
tx_info_t * Mrf24j::get_txinfo(void) {
return &tx_info;
}
uint8_t * Mrf24j::get_rxbuf(void) {
return rx_buf;
}
int Mrf24j::rx_datalength(void) {
return rx_info.frame_length - bytes_nodata;
}
void Mrf24j::set_ignoreBytes(int ib) {
// some modules behaviour
ignoreBytes = ib;
}
/**
* Set bufPHY flag to buffer all bytes in PHY Payload, or not
*/
void Mrf24j::set_bufferPHY(boolean bp) {
bufPHY = bp;
}
boolean Mrf24j::get_bufferPHY(void) {
return bufPHY;
}
/**
* Set PA/LNA external control
*/
void Mrf24j::set_palna(boolean enabled) {
if (enabled) {
write_long(MRF_TESTMODE, 0x07); // Enable PA/LNA on MRF24J40MB module.
}else{
write_long(MRF_TESTMODE, 0x00); // Disable PA/LNA on MRF24J40MB module.
}
}
void Mrf24j::rx_flush(void) {
write_short(MRF_RXFLUSH, 0x01);
}
void Mrf24j::rx_disable(void) {
write_short(MRF_BBREG1, 0x04); // RXDECINV - disable receiver
}
void Mrf24j::rx_enable(void) {
write_short(MRF_BBREG1, 0x00); // RXDECINV - enable receiver
}

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/*
* File: mrf24j.h
* copyright Karl Palsson, karlp@tweak.net.au, 2011
* modified BSD License / apache license
*/
#ifndef LIB_MRF24J_H
#define LIB_MRF24J_H
#if defined(ARDUINO) && ARDUINO >= 100 // Arduino IDE version >= 1.0
#include "Arduino.h"
#else // older Arduino IDE versions
#include "WProgram.h"
#endif
#include "SPI.h"
#define MRF_RXMCR 0x00
#define MRF_PANIDL 0x01
#define MRF_PANIDH 0x02
#define MRF_SADRL 0x03
#define MRF_SADRH 0x04
#define MRF_EADR0 0x05
#define MRF_EADR1 0x06
#define MRF_EADR2 0x07
#define MRF_EADR3 0x08
#define MRF_EADR4 0x09
#define MRF_EADR5 0x0A
#define MRF_EADR6 0x0B
#define MRF_EADR7 0x0C
#define MRF_RXFLUSH 0x0D
//#define MRF_Reserved 0x0E
//#define MRF_Reserved 0x0F
#define MRF_ORDER 0x10
#define MRF_TXMCR 0x11
#define MRF_ACKTMOUT 0x12
#define MRF_ESLOTG1 0x13
#define MRF_SYMTICKL 0x14
#define MRF_SYMTICKH 0x15
#define MRF_PACON0 0x16
#define MRF_PACON1 0x17
#define MRF_PACON2 0x18
//#define MRF_Reserved 0x19
#define MRF_TXBCON0 0x1A
// TXNCON: TRANSMIT NORMAL FIFO CONTROL REGISTER (ADDRESS: 0x1B)
#define MRF_TXNCON 0x1B
#define MRF_TXNTRIG 0
#define MRF_TXNSECEN 1
#define MRF_TXNACKREQ 2
#define MRF_INDIRECT 3
#define MRF_FPSTAT 4
#define MRF_TXG1CON 0x1C
#define MRF_TXG2CON 0x1D
#define MRF_ESLOTG23 0x1E
#define MRF_ESLOTG45 0x1F
#define MRF_ESLOTG67 0x20
#define MRF_TXPEND 0x21
#define MRF_WAKECON 0x22
#define MRF_FRMOFFSET 0x23
// TXSTAT: TX MAC STATUS REGISTER (ADDRESS: 0x24)
#define MRF_TXSTAT 0x24
#define TXNRETRY1 7
#define TXNRETRY0 6
#define CCAFAIL 5
#define TXG2FNT 4
#define TXG1FNT 3
#define TXG2STAT 2
#define TXG1STAT 1
#define TXNSTAT 0
#define MRF_TXBCON1 0x25
#define MRF_GATECLK 0x26
#define MRF_TXTIME 0x27
#define MRF_HSYMTMRL 0x28
#define MRF_HSYMTMRH 0x29
#define MRF_SOFTRST 0x2A
//#define MRF_Reserved 0x2B
#define MRF_SECCON0 0x2C
#define MRF_SECCON1 0x2D
#define MRF_TXSTBL 0x2E
//#define MRF_Reserved 0x2F
#define MRF_RXSR 0x30
#define MRF_INTSTAT 0x31
#define MRF_INTCON 0x32
#define MRF_GPIO 0x33
#define MRF_TRISGPIO 0x34
#define MRF_SLPACK 0x35
#define MRF_RFCTL 0x36
#define MRF_SECCR2 0x37
#define MRF_BBREG0 0x38
#define MRF_BBREG1 0x39
#define MRF_BBREG2 0x3A
#define MRF_BBREG3 0x3B
#define MRF_BBREG4 0x3C
//#define MRF_Reserved 0x3D
#define MRF_BBREG6 0x3E
#define MRF_CCAEDTH 0x3F
#define MRF_RFCON0 0x200
#define MRF_RFCON1 0x201
#define MRF_RFCON2 0x202
#define MRF_RFCON3 0x203
#define MRF_RFCON5 0x205
#define MRF_RFCON6 0x206
#define MRF_RFCON7 0x207
#define MRF_RFCON8 0x208
#define MRF_SLPCAL0 0x209
#define MRF_SLPCAL1 0x20A
#define MRF_SLPCAL2 0x20B
#define MRF_RSSI 0x210
#define MRF_SLPCON0 0x211
#define MRF_SLPCON1 0x220
#define MRF_WAKETIMEL 0x222
#define MRF_WAKETIMEH 0x223
#define MRF_REMCNTL 0x224
#define MRF_REMCNTH 0x225
#define MRF_MAINCNT0 0x226
#define MRF_MAINCNT1 0x227
#define MRF_MAINCNT2 0x228
#define MRF_MAINCNT3 0x229
#define MRF_TESTMODE 0x22F
#define MRF_ASSOEADR1 0x231
#define MRF_ASSOEADR2 0x232
#define MRF_ASSOEADR3 0x233
#define MRF_ASSOEADR4 0x234
#define MRF_ASSOEADR5 0x235
#define MRF_ASSOEADR6 0x236
#define MRF_ASSOEADR7 0x237
#define MRF_ASSOSADR0 0x238
#define MRF_ASSOSADR1 0x239
#define MRF_UPNONCE0 0x240
#define MRF_UPNONCE1 0x241
#define MRF_UPNONCE2 0x242
#define MRF_UPNONCE3 0x243
#define MRF_UPNONCE4 0x244
#define MRF_UPNONCE5 0x245
#define MRF_UPNONCE6 0x246
#define MRF_UPNONCE7 0x247
#define MRF_UPNONCE8 0x248
#define MRF_UPNONCE9 0x249
#define MRF_UPNONCE10 0x24A
#define MRF_UPNONCE11 0x24B
#define MRF_UPNONCE12 0x24C
#define MRF_I_RXIF 0b00001000
#define MRF_I_TXNIF 0b00000001
typedef struct _rx_info_t{
uint8_t frame_length;
uint8_t rx_data[116]; //max data length = (127 aMaxPHYPacketSize - 2 Frame control - 1 sequence number - 2 panid - 2 shortAddr Destination - 2 shortAddr Source - 2 FCS)
uint8_t lqi;
uint8_t rssi;
} rx_info_t;
/**
* Based on the TXSTAT register, but "better"
*/
typedef struct _tx_info_t{
uint8_t tx_ok:1;
uint8_t retries:2;
uint8_t channel_busy:1;
} tx_info_t;
class Mrf24j
{
public:
Mrf24j(int pin_reset, int pin_chip_select, int pin_interrupt);
void reset(void);
void init(void);
byte read_short(byte address);
byte read_long(word address);
void write_short(byte address, byte data);
void write_long(word address, byte data);
word get_pan(void);
void set_pan(word panid);
void address16_write(word address16);
word address16_read(void);
void set_interrupts(void);
void set_promiscuous(boolean enabled);
/**
* Set the channel, using 802.15.4 channel numbers (11..26)
*/
void set_channel(byte channel);
void rx_enable(void);
void rx_disable(void);
/** If you want to throw away rx data */
void rx_flush(void);
rx_info_t * get_rxinfo(void);
tx_info_t * get_txinfo(void);
uint8_t * get_rxbuf(void);
int rx_datalength(void);
void set_ignoreBytes(int ib);
/**
* Set bufPHY flag to buffer all bytes in PHY Payload, or not
*/
void set_bufferPHY(boolean bp);
boolean get_bufferPHY(void);
/**
* Set PA/LNA external control
*/
void set_palna(boolean enabled);
void send16(word dest16, char * data);
void interrupt_handler(void);
void check_flags(void (*rx_handler)(void), void (*tx_handler)(void));
private:
int _pin_reset;
int _pin_cs;
int _pin_int;
};
#endif /* LIB_MRF24J_H */
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