Luciano Favaro


Discussion created by Luciano Favaro on Apr 9, 2007
Latest reply on May 9, 2007 by Charles E. Matthews
Hi, I'm developing an application using MC13213, that application receives a setup package via Air in the routine named "void MCPSDataIndication(tRxPacket *gsRxPacket) ", and the device is responsible for configure a peripheral using serial RS232 coommunication.
1) The first problem that I've faced is that the peripheral just talk in 7 bits word size and MC13213 unfortunatelly uses 8 or 9 bits. This problem I solved just putting a 7 bits mask on the information.
2) The second problem that I didn't solved yet, is that when I receveid the packed on the "void MCPSDataIndication(tRxPacket *gsRxPacket) ", there is an information that is 0x0A or LF, and when I dump memory in order to find this character in the sequence that I receive I can't found.
If, for example I send 0x0C against 0x0A, I can see 0x0C in memory.
Question: Has MC13213 some limitation regarding the character set that I can use?
Could someone expert help me?
Thanks in advance,
Luciano Fávaro.