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Move finished tasks to Done section: TODOs: - add support for Linux - add sx1276-Linux-hal.h/cpp - Add support to provide the send/receive packet buffer, no need to allocate packet data in the sx1276 driver. Can be provided Rx/Tx parameters, this avoids double memory usage - Add support for larger Lora packets (can be up to 2048 bytes) this feature is not so important, however the current implementation is very basic. - It is a little bit strange that RX/TX/Cad Timeout Timer calling the some handler OnTimeoutIrq. Maybe we just need a single timer, or it is a good idea to split the OnTimeoutIrq function into separate callbacks for RX/TX/Cad timeouts - Test if the SX1276 timeouts. Does rx/tx/sync really uses three different timers or just one at a time. - Add API to set the LNA gain Done: - Started a Generic SX1276 driver to support all SX1276 modules (May-2017 Helmut) - Migrated typedefs code into sx1276.h (7-May-2017 Helmut) - Migrated enum code into sx1276.h/radio.h (7-May-2017 Helmut) - Verify the Murata ANT Switch code - MURATA PA_BOOST case,is _antSwitchTXBoost right? (Same as STM sample code) - Check of the MURATA TCXO config is correct (implemented, check JP9 on STM L0 board) - Make the timers more generic and move the OS code into the HAL layer. (May 2017 Helmut) - Removed pull down on dio=-dio5 for L151 &LPC11U6X which make no sense to me. May 2017 Helmut - Added radio API support to receive the MaxMTUSize (May 2017 Helmut) - Added Send optional Send() parameter to include a header, this saves additional buffers. (May 2017 Helmut) - Added proper void * type from sending data, uint8_t * is not appropriate (May 2017 Helmut) - Use also void pointer for FiFo Write/Read and regular SPI Read/Write - Added return value to Init, we check for a radio availability (May 2017 Helmut) - Added a RxSignalPending which verifies if we have a signal pending in receive state. (May 2017 Helmut) - Added LoRa bandwidth mapping table, now the SetRx/Tx frequency is in Hz. (May 2017 Helmut) - Enabled MURATA_SX1276 for the MURATA_SX1276 chip (May 2017 Helmut) - Made SetRfTxPower public to allow easily power TX changes (May 2017 Helmut) - Added userData and userThisPtr into the radio events, this allows to call C++ functions and in can include a context via the userData - Add support for Cad detection before sending a packet, already done in higher level protocols - Added initial Arduino support, needs more testing/completion. - Support for Arduino completed, initial version works. - Added GetFrequency support The Murata’s Frequency shift using an TCXO us about 58 Hz The RFM95 against Murata is about 3300 Hz RFM95 against RFM95 testing will follow.