[riot-devel] netdev2 - some hints about the relationships between the 6lowpan protocol

Martine Lenders authmillenon at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 13:21:23 CET 2016


Hi Bernhard,
Have you seen [1] and [2]? Let us know if they are lacking any information
you need.

Since the MRF24J40 is an IEEE 802.15.4 radio I think it's best to look into
my PR 4646 [3], which ports the at86rf2xx driver (currently based on
gnrc_netdev in master) to the stack agnostic netdev2. I introduced a lot of
consolidation of common IEEE 802.15.4 code, making the implementation of
such device drivers simpler than it used to be.

Best regards,
Martine

[1] http://doc.riot-os.org/group__net__gnrc.html#details
[2] http://doc.riot-os.org/group__drivers__netdev__netdev2.html#details
Am 18.02.2016 12:31 schrieb "Bernhard Nägele" <bernhard at naegele-privat.de>:

> Hello everyone,
> I just want to help Tobias in bringing the MRF24J40 radio network driver
> further on.
> 1. Have you got a hint where I can find information how the parts of the
> networking stack fit together - from the radio-module (hardware) up to the
> working
> connection.
> 2. Is there any documentation/specification about the interface between
> those parts?
> 3. As far as I have seen the CC1101 networking device driver is based on
> netdev2. Is
> it a good idea to port this to the MRF24J40?
>
> Best regards
> Bernhard
>
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