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Common Registers

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Registers

Register are segmented following the OSI layers, so register map has a Start and an End.

This register map refers to WINE Version 3.

Back to Data_Registers.

Start
End
Layer
Remarks
0
0
NONE Error register
1
7
PHY Diagnostics and settings from/to HW
8
39
MAC Diagnostics, commands or events from MAC Layer
40
47
NET Diagnostics, commands or events from NET Layer
48
63
NAP Network-to-Application
64
511
APP Application (custom)

Registers Attributes

Registers has several attributes:

  • [R]ead, register can be read;
  • [W]rite, register can be written;
  • [E]vent, register is sent once;
  • [O]nly, with [R,W,E] indicates unique option.

In other words, RO means “Read Only”, while RW means “Read & Write”.

PHY Registers (0..7)

Reg#
WORD
Units
Mode
Description
HI LO
0
ERR
RO
Error cause (Internal Use Only)
1
RST
RO
Reset/Restart cause
2
CLASS
RO
Unique Device Class / Manufacturer0xFFFF: Undefined / Proprietary
3
TYPE
RO
Unique Device Type0xFFFF: Undefined / Proprietary
4
RODATA
RO
48 bytes ROM vector data
5
COMMAND
WO
Bit Mapped (1/0):
BIT0 → Force Update (write) Flash Memory
BIT1 → Test mode set (nodes only)
BIT2 → Rescan Network
Write 0x0000 to stop commands.
6
SIGNATURE
RW
Device signature vector. Contains calibration data, so may differ from device to device.

MAC Registers (8..39)

Reg#
WORD
Units
Mode
Description
HI LO
8
X_OSC
[Hz]
RO
Signed, Oscillator trim value
9
TRIM_DATA
RO
Reserved
10
DEV INDEX
RO
Index of last channel used (unsigned char) and deviation (signed char)
11
RSSI
[dB]
RO
Signed, RSSI of last received frame
12
UPTIME_LO
[s]
RO
Time elapsed from last restart
13
UPTIME_HI
14
IDLE_LO
[s/1024]
RO
Time spent in IDLE
15
IDLE_HI
16
WAKE_LO
[s/1024]
RO
Time spent in WAKE
17
WAKE_HI
18
RX_LO
[s/1024]
RO
Time spent in RX
19
RX_HI
20
TX_LO
[s/1024]
RO
Time spent in TX
21
TX_HI
22
NOSYNCT_LO
RO
Count of TX frames in “no sync” state
23
NOSYNCT_HI
24
SYNCT_LO
RO
Count of TX frames in “sync” state
25
SYNCT_HI
26
SYNCR_LO
RO
Count of RX frames in “sync” state
27
SYNCR_HI
28
CBS_RSSI
[dB]
RO
Signed, RSSI of last frame received from CBS (Cluster Base-Station)
29
NOISE CHAN
RO
Vector of noise floor on used channels. NOISE is expressed in [dB] (signed char).

NET Registers (40..47)

Reg#
WORD
Units
Mode
Description
HI LO
40
NETWORK_KEY_0
RW
Network Key 0
41
NETWORK_KEY_1
RW
Network Key 1
42
NETWORK_KEY_2
RW
Network Key 2
43
NETWORK_KEY_3
RW
Network Key 3
44
ADDRESS
RW
Address in the network
45
PARENT
RO
Parent Address
46
PREFERRED
RW
Preferred Parent Address

WINE Application Registers (48..63)

Reg#
WORD
Units
Mode
Description
HI LO
48
VERSION
RO
WINE software version
49
INFO
RO
Bit Mapped (1/0):
BIT0 → Routing capabilities Yes/No
BIT1 → Base Station Yes/No
BIT2 → Anchor Yes/No
BIT[3..7] → Localization request count
BIT8 → Restart
BIT9 → Trimmed
50
SURVIVAL
[s]
RW
Survival time
51
CHILD_LOST
EO
Address of lost cluster child node
52
ENROLL_MODE
RW
Bit Mapped (1/0):
BIT0 → Enroll Enabled Yes/No
BIT1 → Enroll Batch/Single
53
ENROLL_ADDR
RW
Address of next enrolling node
54
ELP
WO
Extreme Low Power Parameters:
BIT[0..9] → slot modulation value [node slots]
BIT[10..15] → interaction timeout [node slots]
55
ANCHOR_LEVEL
RW
Anchor level (0 → no anchor)
56
LATITUDE_H
[']
RW
Latitude high part, expressed as signed 16 bits [']
57
LATITUDE_L
[“/100]
RW
Latitude low part, expressed as signed 16 bits [“/100]
58
LONGITUDE_H
[']
RW
Longitude high part, expressed as signed 16 bits [']
59
LONGITUDE_L
[“/100]
RW
Longitude low part, expressed as signed 16 bits [“/100]
60
ALTITUDE
[m]
RW
Altitude expressed as signed 16 bits [m]
61
LOCALIZE
RW
Localization request (count) trigger or address of localization data source
62
PTP_DEST
RW
Point-To-Point data transfer link address
63
SPEED CHAN
RW
Point-To-Point data transfer configuration

APP Registers (64..447)

These registers start from number 64 up to 447, for a total of 384.

The register definition in this section depends on application, so description of these registers is out of the scope of this section.

RESERVED Registers (448..511)

These 64 registers are reserved to send “open data” from WINE base-station to nodes as:

  • ACK payload, or...
  • standard registers write.

These registers are RW from the BS point of view, but RO for nodes.

Reg#
WORD
Units
Mode
Description
HI LO
486
DEV_NAME
[]
RW
Vector of mnemonic name of device (max. 24 characters / 12 words)
487
INFO_BLOCK_0
[]
RW
Information register block:
BIT[0..4] → Block Length
BIT[5..6] → Reserved
BIT[7..15] →Register Start
488
INFO_TIME_0
[s]
RW
Interval of INFO refresh
489
INFO_BLOCK_1
[]
RW
Information register block:
BIT[0..4] → Block Length
BIT[5..6] → Reserved
BIT[7..15] →Register Start
490
INFO_TIME_1
[s]
RW
Interval of INFO refresh
491
INFO_BLOCK_2
[]
RW
Information register block:
BIT[0..4] → Block Length
BIT[5..6] → Reserved
BIT[7..15] →Register Start
492
INFO_TIME_2
[s]
RW
Interval of INFO refresh
493
INFO_BLOCK_3
[]
RW
Information register block:
BIT[0..4] → Block Length
BIT[5..6] → Reserved
BIT[7..15] →Register Start
494
INFO_TIME_3
[s]
RW
Interval of INFO refresh
495
ACK_SIZE
RW*
Enables ACK Payload, setting the number of registers to send as ACK Payload. Ranges from 0 (no ACK Payload) to 16 (max payload size).
496TO511
ACK_PAYLOAD
RW*
Open data.

(*) Only BS can write.

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