The Si4713 output amplitude is programmable from 88dBuV to 120dBuV，but when I use the field intensity meter to measure the power can't be more than 100dbuv .I want to know how measure it.
I am trying to compile project provided in the link on EFM32GG11 Gaint Gecko (BRD2204A Rev B00). I included all the essential libraries but still getting many errors for "undefined refrence",Feild cannot be resolved etc. Can anyone help me on this?
I have a module from Digikey that doesn't display anything on the UART_TX pin 11 like I was expecting, it does however boots up with a serial message that is output on pin 31 which is GPIO_7 (or alternate function UART_RTS).
The following message is output:
ets Jan 8 2013,rst cause:1, boot mode:(2,7)
I am using the starter kit (SLSTK2000A) for some smbus tests.
There is an example "EFM8UB1_SMBus_Lib_Buffered_Master_Multibyte" for smbus.
I found when I compiled this project, there is nothing wrong, no warning, no error.
But, the smb_0.c file will show a red cross mark on it.
And two functions have some indication message :
SI_REENTRANT_FUNCTION(SMB0_getStatusFlag, uint8_t, (uint8_t flag))
SI_REENTRANT_FUNCTION(SMB0_setStatusFlag, void, (uint8_t flag, uint8_t state))
Is there anything I can do to eliminate these abnormal message ?
I am searching for information about the radio controller register interface of the efr32mg12p332f1024gl125. After a rough reading of the reference manual, it seems there is no register description in this document. I've found static libraries for interfacing with the radio module, but not a single register address or bitfield description. So my question is : is this information available anywhere? And in the case it is, can you show me the location? Because I am searching for it since 4 or 5 hours... (-__-)
The goal is for me to use Rust to implement a firmware for the Thunderboard Sense 2. And the project includes a radio communication stack. Linking against a static library written in C is really not the goal of this project.
Thanks for your answers
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