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Cc26x0/cc13x0 deep-sleep + PERIPH/SERIAL enabled leads to WD trigger #1075

arurke opened this issue Sep 27, 2019 · 0 comments


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commented Sep 27, 2019

If either PERIPH or SERIAL domain is signaled to be kept on through the LPM modules functionality, it seems the watchdog timer is still running even during deep sleep. Thus it will bark if the deep sleep duration is more than the 1.1 s WD interval.

It seems to be related to not setting ULDO as power source : Forcing this to be set with PDs signaled ON resolves the problem (but creates others). Similarly, not setting ULDO even with PDs signaled OFF triggers it.

Possible workarounds includes explicitly disabling WD before deep-sleep, or having the particular LPM module also deny deep-sleep.

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@g-oikonomou g-oikonomou self-assigned this Sep 30, 2019
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