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Firmware issue: duplicate and corrupt reports when controllers are active #3

lonetech opened this issue Jun 28, 2017 · 1 comment


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commented Jun 28, 2017

Normally, the headset tracker transmits two 64 byte frames on USB at 60Hz. One is for controllers, the other for base station and headset tracker.

When controllers are on, I receive twice as many packets, most of them duplicates. From time to time, a corrupt headset marker packet is received; the last three bytes of that indicate that it has been overwritten with controller data.

It looks like there's a race condition in the radio reception code for the headset marker.

This is not a critical bug, but does waste power. A workaround at driver level is to ignore corrupt or duplicate packets.


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commented Jan 16, 2018

We've updated the firmware and is now working on 120Hz.

@LyuzhouZ LyuzhouZ closed this Jan 16, 2018

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