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<p>(i) Process event in ISR, probably only on memory mapped radios.</p>
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<p><a class="user-mention" data-hovercard-type="user" data-hovercard-url="/users/benpicco/hovercard" data-octo-click="hovercard-link-click" data-octo-dimensions="link_type:self" href="https://github.com/benpicco">@benpicco</a> extended the AT86RF2xx driver to also support periph radio of the ATmega256RFR2/ATmega128RFA1 and <a class="user-mention" data-hovercard-type="user" data-hovercard-url="/users/SemjonKerner/hovercard" data-octo-click="hovercard-link-click" data-octo-dimensions="link_type:self" href="https://github.com/SemjonKerner">@SemjonKerner</a> was (if I recall correctly) leading author of the nRF52 periph radio. As they have the hands-on experience, maybe they could share their thoughts on this? It would certainly be nice if the HAL makes it easy to exploit the potential of memory mapped radios :-)</p>

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