NRF24L01 wireless tranceiver

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Hi everybody....

I'm working with NRF24L01 wireless tranceiver module with atmega 328p with assembly language. I am not succeeded yet.

My question is will the NRF24L01 transmit the FIFO data and will it assert the TX complete interrupt even if the receiver module is not present at all and also if the Auto Acknoledge is disabled??

 

Last Edited: Fri. Oct 16, 2015 - 12:32 AM
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NRF24L01

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use this libarary/protocol stack and driver for many radios. NRF24L01 is cheap but not best of breed.

 

Not asm.

http://www.airspayce.com/mikem/a...

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Jamal Jimi wrote:
I'm working with NRF24L01

http://www.nordicsemi.com/eng/Pr... - note that this is not an Atmel product

 

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atmega 328p ... will the NRF24L01 transmit the FIFO data and will it assert the TX complete interrupt even if the receiver module is not present at all and also if the Auto Acknoledge is disabled??

This has nothing at all to do with ATmega (or any other microcontroller); it is entirely a matter of the radio chip - so you'd be better asking the chip manufacturer:

 

http://www.nordicsemi.com/eng/Su...

 

Or, as already noted, use an established/proven stack...

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