When you suggest a value of 0x2DD4 do you mean "on air interface (big-endian)" or as an API value? This topic is very confusing because:
If you look at the API, the default for property SYNC_BITS is 0x2DD4. This will be transmitted as 0xB42B big-endian over the air. This is at odds with project "Standard packet RX" in the WDS. The project description states: "The packet structure is fixed as follows: 5-byte Preamble (1010 pattern) + 2-byte Sync Word (0x2DD4) + 7-byte Payload ('BUTTONx'), with no CRC." However, when you generate the header file, you will find that the SYNC+BITS are 0xB42B. This means the sync word will be transmitted as 0x2DD4 big-endian over the air.
So what do you recommend should be in the header file? 0x2DD4 as the default values suggest, or 0xB42B which results from entering 0x2DD4 into the WDS?