Generating random packets

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Generating random packets

Post by justinklchan2 » 28 Nov 2017 07:48

As part of a university research project, I would like to generate random Z-wave packets with the Z-uno board and capture the packets with a software-defined radio.

I do not have any other Z-wave products or peripherals.

Is it possible to generate random Z-wave packets with the Z-uno? If so can anyone point me to an example sketch or outline what commands I would use to do this?

If this is not possible with the Z-uno, is it possible with the UZB? And if so how might I do that.

If it cannot be done with the Z-uno or UZB how might I go about doing this?

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Re: Generating random packets

Post by PoltoS » 17 Dec 2017 23:53

Z-Uno can not generate random packets, but you can use it to report from one of it's 32 packets different pseudo-random values. Not really random, but you can try some f(i) that gives you a wide range of values.

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