[riot-users] Using OpenWSN on a custom board
thomas.eichinger at fu-berlin.de
Mon Mar 9 11:25:00 CET 2015
using the current OpenWSN pkg of RIOT on your board should be pretty
straight forward as it is very similar to the iot-lab_M3. In
openwsn/bsp/boards exists a riot-adaption directory implementing BSP
parts by RIOT’s periph interfaces.
Only thing that might need some attention is radio.c as it is still
very at86rf231 centric which we will get rid of with the new interfaces
defined by the Network Stack Task Force.
To use OpenWSN stack you’d currently have to write a OpenWSN application
as the example applications shipped with OpenWSN. There are plans to
improve interaction and make use of RIOT’s IPC system not done by now
because of a lack of developer time.
Hope this helps, don’t hesitate to come back with further questions.
> On 08 Mar 2015, at 16:12, Eriza Fazli <erizzaaaaa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm considering on using OpenWSN + RIOT on the custom board we're
> using at work. I'm particularly interested in using the TSCH feature
> of 802.15.4e.
> Could you please suggest the porting steps that have to be done? Our
> board is based on STM32F103 and AT86RF231 transceiver, so quite
> similar to the IoT-LAB_M3.
> Would it suffice to customise the codes in
> Also, I'd be grateful for any explanations on just how concretely I
> can use the OpenWSN library; for instance, just a plain stupid
> question, say I want to send a packet over to the transceiver, what's
> the API for doing it?
> -So long and thanks for all the fish!-
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