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In conclusion, the smart packet radio has been developed past a basic working design into a device which is now capable of performing complex operations without the need for instructions from an external terminal. Given the correct instructions, it is fully capable of handling low-level MAC functions within the board while transmitting and receiving data from other radios.

There are a number of future works which could be implemented to improve upon the solution presented here. The creation of an SPR library for the C programming language would allow the wide-spread use of the SPR boards, and could be completed in a day or two. Additionally, implementation of the 'Direct Synchronous Mode' instead of FIFO would allow the host terminal to communicate directly with the transceiver but remove any intelligence from the board. This would allow the boards to function as a direct replacement of the old packet radio boards if desired.

-- XiaohongWu - 2012-01-31

Topic revision: r2 - 2012-02-01 - XiaohongWu
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