I am working with a MC12311 Sub 1-GHz radio IC mounted on the X-1231X-MRB development board and I am trying to increase the rate at which a single packet is "blasted" over-the-air via the transceiver. My code, for purposes of this forum, creates a packet RadioTxPacket, and then loops around the function as follows:
while(blasting) //RTC interrupt sets blasting to 0
This sucessfully "blasts" the packet over-the-air, but it takes nearly 4.5ms to transmit each packet. I dug around inside the function and inside the radio driver but could not find any obvious ways to reduce the transmission time.
The attached image is the voltage across a current shunt connected to the V_RF line while "blasting".
1) Is there a way to reduce the amount of time it takes to transmit a single packet?
2) Is there a way to create multiple packets, and then transmit several packets at once?
Thanks in advance,