IEEE 802.15.4 subsystem
IEEE 802.15.4 subsystem Git Change Log
|3 years 8 months||atusb/fw: update changelog for 0.3 firmware release
Update changes that come with the new release.
|4 years 3 months||atusb: fw: define a new hardware type for the rzusb dongle
So far we do not need this in the firmware or in the driver but this might
become handy later on.
Signed-off-by: Stefan Schmidt <email@example.com>
|3 years 8 months||atusb-eui64: print out set address with upper case characters in hex
Align read out format with parameter format to allow easier
scripting for production.
|4 years 3 days||web: update status and links on the webpage
Linux-wpan is way further now and the driver is already in
mainline. Make sure our page is a bit more accurate.
|4 years 3 days||atusb/usb.sch, atusb.pro: replace CONN_1 with TESTPOINT|
|4 years 3 days||atusb/: use "r" and "c" from kicad-libs, instead
of KiCad "device"
The latter even has incompatible changes. We really don't want that.
|4 years 3 days||atusb/: ATmega32U2 symbol was "lost"; update|
|4 years 3 months||atusb: fw: use extended operation mode also for transmitting
With this switch we have RX as well as TX extended operation mode for the
transceiver enabled. Tested and verified for atusb as well as rzusb.
The biggest change coming with this is that the hardware no handles automatic
retransmit of frames if an ACK was requested but not received. The needed
changes to the atusb kernel driver are also done already and will be submitted
once we release version 0.3 with this change included.
|4 years 4 months||atusb: fw: leave the FCS check to the kernel stack
This check is more harm than good. For example in promiscuous mode we might want
to get frames with invalid CRC. The kernel subsystem is in a way better
situation to understand what the user want thus we deliver all packets and leave
the decision to him.
|4 years 4 months||atusb: fw: make the ifdefs in mac handling transceiver specific and
not board specific
There could be different combinations here. E.g. there is a rzusb like board
with the transceiver replaced with an at86rf233.
|4 years 4 months||atusb: fw: re-factor SPI, USB and board_app code for board specifics
Move board specific code form spi, usb and board_app into the new board specific
files to avoid to many ifdefs.
|4 years 4 months||atusb: fw: first round of re-factor after the integration of rzusb
as a board
Move board specific parts in board_$NAME.c/h for a little abstraction and less
ifdef handling in common code.
|4 years 4 months||atusb: fw: make sure we return correctly for both atusb as well as
This was changed by the rzusb support patch. We should use the new generic
define here which maps it correctly on both devices.
|5 years 2 months||atusb: fw: add support for rzusbstick
This patch adds support for the rzusbstick for the atusb firmware.
More detailed information about this usb stick:
Original I have the rzraven kit:
Which comes with a special cable and avr dragon programmer. You need
some programmer and wires to the programmers pins. To lookup how to
connect the programmer to the rzusbstick pinout, see:
page 22 (schematics of the rzusbstick).
Difference between atusb and rzusbstick(rzusb) is mainly the at86rf231
vs at86rf230 one. The rzusb contains the at86rf230 which is a little bit
hard to deal with it (and has a huge errata inside the datasheet).
Nevertheless with small schanges the atusb firmware can run now on the
rzusb. The rzusb contains also a bigger mcu, so we can maybe cache more
pdus for receive handling.
To compile the rzusb firmware call:
this will generate the rzusb.bin
then call the programmer (in my case avrdude):
avrdude -P usb -c dragon_jtag -p usb1287 -U flash:w:rzusb.bin
NOTE: currently there is no chance (I suppose) to ensure that the atusb
receive the correct firmware, so don't try to flash the atusb with the
rzusb firmware! Also the vendor and product id is the same.
This currently a RFC, it's a quick hack and I think we should update
more the documentation to support the rzusb.
Signed-off-by: Alexander Aring <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Stefan Schmidt <email@example.com>
Cc: Werner Almesberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Commit 5129029d3bcffb21aabf38f522f4f1e5426e4919, by Alexander Aring
|4 years 7 months||atusb/fw: Bump version to 0.3 after adding EUI64 read/write handling|
|5 years 1 month||atusb/fw: add EUI64 read and write fw interface to permanently set
The kernel driver will now ask for ATUSB_EUI64_READ during init and sets this
extended address if available. Use the atusb-eui64 utility from the tools folder
to read or set the permanent address.
After a new address is set the device will reset to make sure we are in a sane
state after the change.
|5 years 1 month||atusb-eui64: add utility to read/write and EUI64 from/to the device
Together with the new fw version (starting with version 0.3) it is now possible
to set a permament EUI64 address into the devices EEPROM. The Linux driver will
get updated to choose this address, if available, instead of using a randomly
|5 years 1 month||flashi/spi: Use tabs instead of spaces.
Purely cosmetic. No idea when this sneaked in here.
|5 years 2 months||atusb/fw/flash.c (flash_ops): fix placement of "const"|
|5 years 2 months||Merge branch 'master' of projects.qi-hardware.com:ben-wpan|
|5 years 2 months||web: Correct fw path for atusb release and make rsync verbose|
|5 years 2 months||web: Add first atusb firmware release to website.
I decided to actually keep the file directly in the repo. Its small enough
and we have the rest of the website here already.
|5 years 2 months||web: Update links to linux-wpan project, driver and general status
We are in a way better state now than two years ago. :)
|5 years 2 months||atusb/fw: Bump minor version to mark first public release.
With version 0.2 we made the first public release in binary form of the
firmware. This comes together with the merge of the ATUSB driver to the
mainline linux kernel.
|5 years 2 months||atusb/fw: Add build system support for adding a DFU suffix to the fw
DFU files need to have a valid DFU suffix which provides information about the
USB vendor and product ID it should be used for as well as same basic CRC file
integrity checking. The dfu-suffix tool can add this and got added to dfu-utils
With the Makefile changes we take the original atusb-bin file, make a copy and
add the DFU suffix it before flashing.