[Tinyos-help] BusyWait

Eric Decker cire831 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 4 11:23:55 PST 2013


On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 8:33 AM, Default <simonegalli at hotmail.com> wrote:

> hi and thank you :)
>
> i have tried with milliTimer but only for oneShot....the algorithm seems to
> work correctly (i have to implement a dynamic source routing), but it
> happens a strange thing.....the sent messages are more than the received
> messages (and i see that each node forwards a message one time) :S
>
>
First you need to look to see exactly how the messages look when they hit
the wire, either
by looking at memory just before they hit the driver.

Is the packet being broadcast?

So either the sourcing node is duplicating the packet or there is a
multipath  in your network.

what does your topology look like?


If you are serious about developing embedded systems you need to get a JTAG
set up going.

What platform/mote/mcu are you using?   What radio?   What radio stack?

these are all important details.


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Eric B. Decker
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