# Kconfig - IEEE 802.15.4 driver configuration options
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# IEEE 802.15.4 options
menu "IEEE 802.15.4 Options"
depends on NETWORKING_WITH_15_4
prompt "CC2520 driver log level"
Sets log level for 802.15.4 CC2520 driver.
- 0 OFF, do not write
- 1 ERROR, only write SYS_LOG_ERR
- 2 WARNING, write SYS_LOG_WRN in adition to previous level
- 3 INFO, write SYS_LOG_INF in adition to previous levels
- 4 DEBUG, write SYS_LOG_DBG in adition to previous levels
string "TI CC2520 Driver's name"
This option sets the driver name
string "SPI driver's name to use to access CC2520"
This option is mandatory to set which SPI controller to use in order
to actually control the CC2520 chip.
int "SPI system frequency"
This option sets the SPI controller's frequency. Beware this value
depends on the SPI controller being used and also on the system
int "SPI slave linked to CC2520"
This option sets the SPI slave number SPI controller has to switch
to when dealing with CC2520 chip.
int "Driver's internal fiber stack size"
This option sets the driver's stack size for its internal fiber.
The default value should be sufficient, but it case it prooves to be
a too little, this option makes it easy to play with the size.
int "TI CC2520 Channel"
range 11 26
All the 802.15.4 devices that want to connect to each other need
to have same channel. Default channel is 26.
bool "Let the chip handling CRC on reception"
When receiving a packet, the hardware can verify the CRC by itself
and will provide a flag letting know the success - or not - on
a flag on the footer.
bool "Forward RSSI and link information on reception to upper stack"
If necessary, it will be possible to grab link and RSSI information
from the packet footer and forward them to the above stack.
bool "Let the chip handle TX/RX IEEE 802.15.4 ACK requests"
The chip is able to reply by itself to ACK requests as well as
waiting for an ACK when a TX packet is requesting an ACK. However,
this feature requires the chip to get hardware filtering on, and
thus the above stack needs to provide the right information for such
filtering feature to work.