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It is made by Texas Instruments but fortunately it’s quite cheap in comparison to the development kits for some other microcontrollers: Paul Hayes 23 November at After a bit of searching I did find code that someone has written to allow the debugger to be used from Linux and it’s hosted on github. Strange that it works though. It took a fair bit of Googling, trial and error and experimentation but I now have a fully working setup for compiling my own firmware and burning it into the memory of an XRF module.
If I change the settings to: Gadjet Nut 20 November at Paul Hayes 29 December at Then it defines a simple function to delay the CPU for a small amount of time it’s not very accurate but a decent enough example for this. Post as a guest Dqtasheet. The documentation on the Ciseco website shows which pins you can access. Yes it’s a real shame these aren’t going to be catasheet any more.
Assuming you want to continue, here’s what I am using. This is essential because all pins are inputs by default. Or is CC-Debugger dxtasheet only device that can program it?
Where did you learn about programming the CC? Gadjet Nut 6 December at So even though those dataseet don’t seem right, they seem to work for me. You’ll end up with a few files generated. Perhaps it’s your makefile that included some compiler config that I haven’t applied.
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I have a feeling it might be interference as I have several systems using mhz here now I am also playing around with Lorawan devices. Paul Hayes 21 November at Cc11110 pins of the cc are grouped into “ports” which can have 8 pins in each one.
You can reuse this Makefile by changing the source file name and other places the filenames appear. Which is a real shame. Sign up using Email and Password.
Here is some c code which Datashwet wrote to do this: It is possible that Ciseco will do this for you if you post the module back to them but they may not be interested in doing that. However I can’t get your lightswitch program to work.
Do you know of there is a bootloader for the CC that can load the. To compile your code simply type “make” in the same folder as your c code and Makefile. Hence it is not possible to program that with the standard tools. A Ciseco XRF module. The equivalent when trying out a new microcontroller is to blink an LED. So far I’ve only done this with an older v1. This isn’t essential but highly recommended as the XRF has 2mm spaced pins and wont fit into a standard breadboard with 2.
You’ll have to get a CC Debugger or implement the interface yourself which I’ve never found worth my time when this has come up for me. I’ve re-worked all the rf register settings now and have also borrowed a windows laptop in order to use SmartRF Studio to compare with.
Firstly, this includes the libraries for the cc chip.