Abstract packet radio interfaces
This package defines traits for packet radio devices, as well as blocking and async implementations using these traits, and a mock device to support application level testing.
Blocking APIs on top of the base radio traits
Config provides traits for standard radio configuration
Provides common helpers for implementing radio utilities
Mock radio driver for application testing
Non-blocking (async/await) APIs on top of the base radio traits
Note that this requires use of unstable
Default / Standard radio channel object for radio devices with integer channels
Default / Standard packet information structure for radio devices that provide only rssi and lqi information
Busy trait for checking whether the radio is currently busy and should not be interrupted
Channel trait for configuring radio channelization
Interrupts trait allows for reading interrupt state from the device, as well as configuring interrupt pins.
Power trait for configuring radio power
Radio trait combines Base, Configure, Send and Receive for a generic radio object
Receive trait for radios that can receive packets
ReceiveInfo trait for receive information objects
Registers trait provides register level access to the radio device.
Rssi trait allows polling for RSSI on the current channel
State trait for configuring and reading radio states
Transmit trait for radios that can transmit packets