WFLY protocol

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21 Aug 2018 16:07 #70371 by planger
WFLY protocol was created by planger
The WFLY protocol is now reversed.
It is available on github in the new Multi version 1.2.0.32: github.com/pascallanger/DIY-Multiprotoco...ol/WFLY_cyrf6936.ino

Details:
The WFLY protocol is using the CYRF6936 RF component.
No sub protocols.
4 to 9 channels can be transmitted based on config.
Extended limits are supported.

Receivers:
WFR04S, WFR07S, WFR09S (others?)

Tested ok on: WFR04S and WFR07S

Pascal

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23 Aug 2018 14:49 #70409 by 52dgj
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When can I increase the deviation?

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30 Aug 2018 22:10 #70566 by planger
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No one to port this protocol to Deviation?

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30 Aug 2018 22:24 #70568 by goebish
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I'll port it.

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31 Aug 2018 08:20 #70574 by goebish
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Almost done, Pascal, can you confirm that:
- rx_tx_addr[0:3] can be filled with arbitrary values
- stick data is 151-847 for 1000-2000 (can be extended)

I have to change a few stuffs in the callback then it should be fine.

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31 Aug 2018 09:07 #70575 by planger
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- Only rx_tx_addr[1..3] are used. From what I've seen they can be anything but I haven't tested all the possibilities just picked a few here and there to test...
- stick data 151-847 is for 100%, 500 is centered. I've tested 125% (max that multi takes) with no issues.

Pascal

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31 Aug 2018 10:31 #70578 by goebish
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Thanks, 151-847 range makes the center 499, probably not a big deal ...

Here are a few test builds:
www.dropbox.com/sh/aocbgjqa8esd0p9/AABxd...WtWwZSFhiAa5Cxa?dl=0
New protocol: WFLY

source:
github.com/goebish/deviation/blob/protoc...ocol/wfly_cyrf6936.c

52dgj, can you check if it works please ?
(let me know if you need a build for a different transmitter)

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31 Aug 2018 13:22 #70587 by planger
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goebish wrote: Thanks, 151-847 range makes the center 499, probably not a big deal ...

Yeah I know it gives 499.5. I haven't bothered rounding it... When you see the jitter the TX module has when reading the PPM input signal, anything is better anyway...

Pascal

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31 Aug 2018 13:47 #70588 by planger
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goebish wrote: source: github.com/goebish/deviation/blob/protoc...ocol/wfly_cyrf6936.c

I've noticed 2 things:
1. power setting:

//Keep transmit power in sync
if(tx_power != Model.tx_power) {
tx_power = Model.tx_power;
CYRF_WriteRegister(CYRF_03_TX_CFG, 0x08 | tx_power); // 8DR Mode, 32 chip codes
}
but a few lines later you have:
CYRF_SetPower(0x08);
which sets power to 0.
I recommend to do: CYRF_SetPower(tx_power); in the Keep transmit power in sync instead of the CYRF_WriteRegister(CYRF_03_TX_CFG... and remove the other line.

2.On the original TX, the start channel is changing at every power up. If I'm not mistaken, here you are always forcing it to the same value. It's not a big deal but that's how it works...
//Random start channel
u8 ch=0x0A+lfsr%0x0E;
if(ch%3==0)
ch++;

Pascal

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31 Aug 2018 14:59 #70591 by goebish
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Thanks for the review, fixed and test builds updated.

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05 Sep 2018 03:33 #70653 by 52dgj
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hello,I successfully bind WFLY, but I found the distance to be very close,version´╝Ü31803f0

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05 Sep 2018 07:02 #70657 by goebish
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please try updated version (1aeac1d)

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05 Sep 2018 12:21 #70659 by 52dgj
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Thank you very much, it is much better.:P :P

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05 Sep 2018 14:56 #70661 by goebish
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Ok, it should be available in the nightly builds soon then ;)

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05 Sep 2018 15:12 #70662 by planger
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Something I should port back?

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05 Sep 2018 15:13 - 05 Sep 2018 19:32 #70663 by goebish
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No, that's almost a copy/paste of your code.
github.com/DeviationTX/deviation/pull/435
Last edit: 05 Sep 2018 19:32 by goebish.

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19 Mar 2020 09:38 #76079 by Nimo2019
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hi, I have a T8SG V2 plus and WFLY wfr06s receiver

deviation-t8sg_v2_plus-v5.0.0-28ce50f version binding is ok but after longtime used i lost connection:silly: :silly:



but all version after that i have binding trouble , sometimes bind and disconnect for short time then lost binding , I see sometimes my wifi not working , I am not sure but is it interference ? why the first version no problem for binding / interference ?

could someone guide me or help me please

thanks

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19 Mar 2020 10:22 #76080 by vlad_vy
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Try "Freq-Fine" protocol option.

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19 Mar 2020 13:13 #76081 by Nimo2019
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thanks, freq-fine value from -1000 to 1000

what mean ? and what best value ?

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19 Mar 2020 13:18 #76082 by vlad_vy
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If you can bind, change value up and down up to lost connection, then calculate and set the middle value. Middle = (Down + Up) / 2

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