save a lot of energy by shutting of the rf part between sending. it is a interval of 2-3 seconds, so it saves
added gui to set program id
added a workaround for a very hard to fix bug when the battery is quite low in power. bug 1 sets it on
removed unused code
* implemented a nice send and receive framework.
Code in simplic_tx_only loop can request receive window.
In this window the recv of rf will be active and a R2R
(ready to receive) package is sent. By then the AP should
have filled outgoing buffer and a received handler is called.
* made the sleep clock use initialisation.
When starting the sleep clock, a new session id is requested that is
sent with every package (3 bits), together with the couter (5 bits).
When initialized a hash of the hardware address is sent so the clock
can detect which watch is running. Also a currently unused program id
can be sent to select the watch program later on.
fix and finish up the phase clock code so it actuall works. Recorded the first sleep phase this night with uberclock and it looks quite good. Code needs cleanup however.
Needs connection checking and relinking on problems....
This port consists of the following:
0) All places where I modified the original code
(hopefully) are marked with my initials PFS or pfs.
The only actual code changes were to write four
functions to replace the intrinsic functions used
by TI and IAR.
1) bluerobin code had to be elimiated because
mspgcc cannot link to the provided bluerobin library
and the source code is not available.
2) four intrinsic functions had to be written.
As of 2010-06-13 they are untested and couple of
them probably don't work yet.
3) All compiler specific areas what accommodated
IAR and CCS were enhanced to accommodate MSPgcc4
4) The Simpliciti *.dat files were converted to *.h files