[Tinyos-help] receive () and ReceiveMsg.receive()

wasif masood rwmasood at gmail.com
Fri Nov 12 01:30:16 PST 2010

Receive: is for unicast and broadcast messages while snoop is for the
messages not addressed to you, this interface is normally if you want to
listening to what is going on in the network, just use snoop.

On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 10:23 AM, (¯`•._.•Lance•._.•´¯) <
steve1314521 at gmail.com> wrote:

> HI all,
>           Is it true that interface ReceiveMsg can only receive the non
> multi-hop message?
>           On the other way round receive() can only receive multi-hop
> message?
> if it is not true pls share with me your knowledge about it?
> let say to form a  mesh-network ( multi-hop) , is there a rule that i must
> use certain send and receive interface in order to form the network.?
> I read all the explanation but still don't understand.
> Regards,
> Lance
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Wasif Masood
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