[Tinyos-help] Basestation-Basestation communication

Bhavish Aggarwal bhavishaggarwal at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 09:45:21 PST 2008


I solved my problem. I was setting the AM packet size to be 34 in one
mote and sending 34 bytes and leaving the default 28 on the other.
Thus the other mote drops all packets it receives.

I am testing mote-mote communication over wireless and thus did a loopback.


On Feb 19, 2008 9:33 PM, Siirtola Harri <Harri.Siirtola at vtt.fi> wrote:
> I think these apps strip packets originating from their own ID. That's
> something that shouldn't occur in a mesh network anyway.
> Why do you want a loopback situation like that?
> Regards,
>         Harri
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> Subject: [Tinyos-help] Basestation-Basestation communication
> Hi,
> I'm trying to communicate between 2 basestations attached to the same
> host computer. I bound a SerialForwarder to each Basestation. Now, I ran
> TestSerial with one SerialForwarder as it's packet source and
> net.tinyos.tools.Listen on the other SerialForwarder. While the
> BaseStation sending packets over radio toggles the red LED (indicating
> packets bridged from serial to radio), th other BaseStation doesn't seem
> to receive anything. Is this because of a Group ID issue?
> I am able to receive using net.tinyos.tools.Listen on a BaseStation when
> the other mote is running BlinkToRadio (the BaseStation toggles it's
> green LED, indicating transfer from radio to serial).
> Any insights into this would be very helpful.
> Thanks
> Bhavish
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