I need example program for LW Mesh on ATMEGA2564RFR2

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I need sample program for 802.15.4 Radio in ATMEGA2564RFR2 chip.

Last Edited: Fri. Apr 17, 2020 - 02:26 PM
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Welcome to AVRFreaks!

 

Where have you looked?  Google?  Atmel Start?  AS7?

 

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Which IDE is Best for Atmega2564RFR2 Atmel Studio or WinAVR?

Please suggest the software.

 

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Google

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jsureshp wrote:
Which IDE is Best for Atmega2564RFR2 Atmel Studio or WinAVR?

WINAVR is at least 10yrs old, AS7 is current, choose one.

 

 

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Thank you.

I installed atmel studio 6.2(AS7 getting installation error).

So Please can you give me a sample program for Atmega2564RFR2.

 

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How AVRFreaks works, is we provide guidance to those that help themselves, most of us here are professional programmers who are paid for our code, we don't give it away for free. 

There are plenty of resources on the net, have you searched Microchip for example code, app notes, etc? 

Check ASF 3 and ASF4 (Atmel Start) for example code.  There is a tutorial forum here as well, and a projects section where others have posted code, also search github and other code repositories.

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Go here and click the Documents tab: https://www.microchip.com/wwwpro...

Jim

 

 

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Thank you.

Am new for this chip and avrfreaks.

i tried on the internet past 2 days for example program, but i failed to get.

please can you help me for to get the example program for atmega2564rfr2.

 

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jsureshp wrote:
AS7 getting installation error

I think you should persist with trying to get that to work.

 

With AS7, you can then choose LW Mesh from the examples, AFAIR.

 

jsureshp wrote:
Am new for this chip

Do you have any experience with similar applications on any other microcontroller(s) ?

 

Do you have any experience with microcontrollers in general ?

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Note that there's a specific forum for Wireless questions:

 

https://community.atmel.com/forums/internet-things

 

 

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Thank you.

I have experience in atmega 32 with winavr,

and stm32, nordic.

now i need to work with atmega2564rfr2.

So please can you give me the right example program.

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IAR Compiler support for Atmega2564rfr2 chip?

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What does the IAR documentation tell you ?

 

Have you asked IAR ?

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