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To compile your code simply type “make” in the same folder as your c code and Makefile. So far I’ve only done this with an older v1.
I have updated this to show the correct connections.
Impressive, thanks for sharing that. In this post are my notes on what was required to write, compile and upload my own firmware to a Ciseco XRF module which is based on a TI CC chipset.
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You can get firmware from Ciseco which will take readings from temperature probes or active a relay and a few other uses: Paul Hayes 22 November at Paul Hayes 29 December at I’d imagine it will void any warranty. I have an Easy programmer from Mikroelektronika which uses the Flash software as shown below:. Paul Hayes 2 September at The equivalent when trying out a new microcontroller is to blink an LED.
Newer Post Older Post Home. I used the following ‘make’ file that I found on the Internet and edited a bit: This is really excellent information.
Texas Instruments CC1110F32
The wire colours in my photo match my diagram above. Unless someone figures out their bootloader but I suspect it requires some kind of encryption key in order to use it. All this can be supplied by the likes of Farnell or Maplin Electronics or even just from ebay if you don’t have them already.
It’s not a million miles off milliseconds.
You’ll have to get a Datsheet Debugger or implement the interface yourself which I’ve never found worth my time when this has come up for me. Do you think you instructions will work on something like this: Now to cross-compile the c code for the architecture and generate an Intel hex file which can be burnt to the XRF module. I set this out on my breadboard and ended up with this: Thanks for your feedback and help, much appreciated! 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.
Gadjet Nut 20 November at It seems to be a drop-in replacement for sdcc.
Where did you learn about programming the CC? I can’t seem to figure out which microcontroller is embedded on the module. The documentation on the Ciseco website shows which pins you can access.
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You were quite right, a mistake in the diagram. Sign up using Email and Password. After using the Linux compiler and your makefile it works well! I have pushed an update to my github repo. Since then I have tried to figure out the settings to put the radio down to 1.