Re: [riot-devel] Notification: 6tisch ETSI Plugtest @ Fri Nov 6 - Sun Nov 8, 2015 (RIOT Events)

2015-11-05 Thread Thomas Watteyne
:-)

On Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 5:57 PM, Oleg Hahm <oliver.h...@inria.fr> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> please note that there is actually a small mistake in this calendar entry:
> we
> will participate in the ETSI plugtest for 6lo, _not_ 6tisch.
>
> Thanks for pointing this out, Thomas!
>
> Cheers,
> Oleg
>
> Am Thu, Nov 05, 2015 at 08:01:00AM + schrieb Google Calendar:
> > This is a notification for:
> >
> > Title: 6tisch ETSI Plugtest
> > ETSI Plugtest co-located with IETF 94
> > http://www.etsi.org/news-events/events/1003-6lo-plugtests
> >
> > When: Fri Nov 6 - Sun Nov 8, 2015
> > Where: Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
> > Calendar: RIOT Events
> > Who:
> > * Peter Schmerzl - creator
> >
> > Event details:
> https://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=VIEW=dmpjM2dna3ZrZ3Vlb25pYmsxaWsxNmJjOWsgazNxbDhzZXR2N2w0OG9mbm9sMHRmdXU2dHNAZw
> >
> > Invitation from Google Calendar: https://www.google.com/calendar/
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Re: [riot-devel] Count link layer retransmissions for at86rf231

2015-05-19 Thread Thomas Watteyne
Oleg,

Seeing is believing, so I would simply use a sniffer to find out. You
undoubtedly can change the number of retries, but at least with a sniffer
you'll have a base to start exploring from.

My 2c.

Thomas

On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Oleg Hahm oliver.h...@inria.fr wrote:

 Dear IoT developers,

 sorry for cross-posting, but since all of these communities are working (at
 least partly) with this chip, I want to increase my chances:
 The at86rf231 supports automatic link layer retransmissions by setting
 MAX_FRAME_RETRIES in XAH_CTRL_0 accordingly. While this is a nice feature,
 I
 wonder if it is possible to figure out how many retransmissions were
 actually
 made (on the sender side).

 Cheers,
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Re: [riot-devel] Upcoming ETSI Plugtests

2015-03-24 Thread Thomas Watteyne
as well:

* October 30 - November 1, 2015 - 6tisch in Yokohama co-located with IETF 94

(note that the dates for the second 6lo/6tisch plugtests are tentative, but
the first ones have been announced and will happen)

Lot's of fun coding ahead :-)

Thomas

On Tue, Mar 24, 2015 at 5:11 PM, Oleg Hahm oliver.h...@inria.fr wrote:

 Dear reading IOTlers,

 the next upcoming Plugtests organized by ETSI which are of interest for
 RIOT
 are announced as follows:
 * July 17-19, 2015  - 6tisch in Prague co-located with IETF 93
 * October 30 - November 1, 2015 - 6lo in Yokohama co-located with IETF 94
 * March 2016- 6lo in Buenos Aires co-located with IETF
 95

 Cheers,
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[riot-devel] open PhD student position - Deterministic Networking for the Industrial IoT - Inria Paris-Rocquencourt

2015-03-11 Thread Thomas Watteyne
 to standardization bodies, and frequently interacting with
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