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WICED Studio Wi-Fi Combo

AnGi_4407776
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Hello,how can I activate MCS8. When trying the command: 5g_rate -h 8 ,I am getting this error: remote cdc header return error code (-29).

if I set the similar command for VHT : 5g_rate -v 0 -s 2

Device used: CYW954907AEVAL1F

Thanks,

Ana

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RaktimR_11
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CYW54907 supports single spatial stream; i.e NSS = 1 as mentioned by the datasheet. That's why when you try to use NSS=2, it throws up an error.

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RaktimR_11
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  • Which version of WICED Studio are you using?
  • Are you using test.console example or are you using the test.mfgtest example?
  • What is the sequence of wl commands that you have followed?
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AnGi_4407776
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- I used this version of WICED -  WICED-Studio 6.4.0 Installer (Windows)

- I have the CYW54907 Evaluation Kit CYW954907AEVAL1F. I build this ( test.mfg_test-CYW954907AEVAL1F download run) target.

- The sequence of wl commands I attach as a picture.

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AnGi_4407776
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The version from the device:

..\wl43909B0 --serial 7 ver

7.16 RC99.19

wl0: May  2 2019 02:35:08 version 7.15.168.130 (r714231 WLTEST) FWID 01-a65d4de7

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RaktimR_11
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You can use

wl 5g_rate -v 8

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AnGi_4407776
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But I need High throughput from MCS8 till MCS15. And wl 5g_rate -v 8 is smth different .

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AnGi_4407776
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wl 5g_rate -v 8 is running fine (NSS=1), which was not an issue for me.

As soon I trigger wl 5g_rate -v 8 -s 2 (NSS=2) I get an error.

My aim is to transmit with 2 spatial streams either in HT or VHT (either MCS8 for HT or MCS1-7 with NSS=2).

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RaktimR_11
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CYW54907 supports single spatial stream; i.e NSS = 1 as mentioned by the datasheet. That's why when you try to use NSS=2, it throws up an error.

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AnGi_4407776
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Thank you.

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