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Wireless Communication using FLEX and ERIKA Enterprise Basic

Wireless Communication using FLEX and ERIKA Enterprise Basic

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Wireless communication is becoming more and more pervasive, that's why new development tools for wireless applications are welcome. The goal of this demo is to provide basic tools to develop more complex wireless applications, using the Erika kernel in conjunction with the FLEX Board {with a microcontroller from Microchip}
Wireless communication is becoming more and more pervasive, that's why new development tools for wireless applications are welcome. The goal of this demo is to provide basic tools to develop more complex wireless applications, using the Erika kernel in conjunction with the FLEX Board {with a microcontroller from Microchip}

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Published by: Ionela on Sep 05, 2008
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Wireless Communication using FLEX and ERIKA Enterprise Basichttp://dev.emcelettronica.com/print/519021 din 205.09.2008 18:01
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Wireless Communication using FLEX andERIKA Enterprise Basic
By frabsCreated 09/05/2008 - 15:00
Embedded ERIKA Enterprise FLEX Microchip microcontroller wireless communication
Hardware
FLEX Base Board hosting PIC33FFJ256MC710 microcontrollerFLEX Thru Hole Daughter Board with FlexiPanel EasyBee IEEE 802.15.4 tranceivermodule or alteratively a FLex Demo Daughter Board with abuilt-in ready to use ZigBeeconnector
Software
Erika Enterprise Basic 1.4.1
PC Side Application
We used a PC connected to the FLEX Board as console. To visualize the data from the FLEXwe used these softwares: Hyperterminal (Windows Systems) or Minicom (Linux). The settingwas 115200 bit/sec without flow control.The PC is connected to the FLEX by a RS232(COM) port. In our case by a USB/RS232 cableconverter. The FLEX Board uses its UART1 to communicate with the PC. To interface the FLEXUART signals (0V/3.3V) and the PC RS232 signals (+12V/-12V), we used the IC MAX233CPPprovided by MAXIM. This is not mandatory, one can use their own preferred line driver/receiverIC.
Flex Side Application
The CC2420/EasyBee can be connected through the FLEX Thru Hole Daughter Board or by theproper connector on the FLEX Demo Daughter Board . Note that, when the Flex Demo Board isused, both FIFOP and FIFO pins change, to accomodate this we must uncomment the followingdefine statement in : #define FLEX_DEMO_BOARD.
#ifndef _CODE_H_#define _CODE_H_#include "hal.h"#include "ee_console.h"#include "radio_spi.h"#define USE_CSMA#define CONSOLE_PORT UART1

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