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Wi-Fi Bluetooth for Linux

mgkiller
New Contributor II

i use wl tool which is provided from @raks_99  to do 802.11b mode Tx RF testing , but return error -11 when run command "wl phy_txpwrctrl 1".

wl version check:

 # ./wl ver
1.28 RC0.0
wl0: May 2 2019 02:37:41 version 7.45.98.83 (r714225 CY WLTEST) FWID 01-7e9977e3

802.11b mode Tx RF testing  command sequence from Azurewave:

wl pkteng_stop tx 

wl down

wl mpc 0

wl phy_watchdog 0

wl country ALL

wl band b

wl 2g_rate -r 11 -b 20

wl channel 1

wl scansuppress 1

wl phy_txpwrctrl 1   (This command return error -11)

wl txpwr1 -1

wl txpwr1 -o -d 18 

wl up

wl PM 0

wl phy_forcecal 1

wl pkteng_start 00:11:22:33:44:55 tx 100 1024 0

error-11.png

Any help is appreciated.

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raks_99
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Moderator

Hi @mgkiller , 

Error -11 is returned when no clock is found. I am suspecting that it could be hardware-related.

Are you using 4343W Murata-based module?

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mgkiller
New Contributor II

Hello, @raks_99 

i am using Azurewave AW-NM372SM module.

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raks_99
Moderator
Moderator

Hi @mgkiller ,

Can you check with Azurewave if this is the right command set for the module? 

Alternatively, you can run "wl phy_txpwrctrl " and if the output is 1, then you should be okay with skipping this command entirely since the value is already what you are trying to set.

Thanks And Regards,

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mgkiller
New Contributor II

run "wl phy_txpwrctrldon't output is 1

mgkiller_0-1631841931756.png

Thank you @raks_99 , i will check this with Azurewave.

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