Mailbox definition. More...
|msg [0:7] = cmd/evt [8:31] = Reserved More...|
|IPCC CHANNELS. More...|
|This file shall be identical between the CPU1 and the CPU2. More...|
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Definition in file mbox_def.h.
|#define HW_IPCC_BLE_CMD_CHANNEL LL_IPCC_CHANNEL_1|
|#define HW_IPCC_BLE_EVENT_CHANNEL LL_IPCC_CHANNEL_1|
This file shall be identical between the CPU1 and the CPU2.
This format shall be used for all events (asynchronous and command response) reported by the CPU2 except for the command response of a system command where the header is not there and the format to be used shall be TL_EvtSerial_t.
This the payload of TL_Evt_t for an asynchronous event.
This the payload of TL_Evt_t for a command complete event.
This the payload of TL_Evt_t for a command status event.
THE ORDER SHALL NOT BE CHANGED.
TABLES Version [0:3] = Build - 0: Untracked - 15:Released - x: Tracked version [4:7] = branch - 0: Mass Market - x: ... [8:15] = Subversion [16:23] = Version minor [24:31] = Version major
Memory Size [0:7] = Flash ( Number of 4k sector) [8:15] = Reserved ( Shall be set to 0 - may be used as flash extension ) [16:23] = SRAM2b ( Number of 1k sector) [24:31] = SRAM2a ( Number of 1k sector)
NOT USED CURRENTLY
Note: Be careful that the asynchronous events reported by the CPU2 on the system channel do include the header and shall use TL_EvtPacket_t format. Only the command response format on the system channel is different.