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09-08-2017 04:16 AM
Sorry I forgot to mention, but I can't use the Arduino libraries for my application.
I'm using a STM processor for the same, so arduino libraries can't work.
09-12-2017 03:58 AM
You can find examples here: https://www.silabs.com/documents/public/example-code/AN415_EZRadioPRO_Sample_Code.zip
The examples are for the C8051F930 MCU but it is easy to convert to STM because they are written in standard C. You just need to replace the MCU init section and the SPI and GPIO handling routines.
The code has lots of comments, you can easily modify it to your needs. To calculate the register values you can use the Excel based calculator: https://www.silabs.com/documents/public/software/Si443x-Register-Settings_RevB1.xls and the Wireless Development Suite.
09-22-2017 05:52 AM
Thank you for the sample examples. I tried the examples for si4432 the transmit and receive example on STM, but they did not work.
By slightly changing the content of register of si4432 the codes were working fine.
However sometimes receiver does not receive any data, when the transmitter is continously transmitting.
And sometimes it works perfectly.
here is the link to the post:
I've also attached the codes in the post. Please suggest what might be wrong.