This ports implements miscellaneous platform-related functionality for the Crazyflie.
|13||3||Reserved for future use|
The first byte describe the command:
|0||Set continuous wave|
Set continuous wave
Command and answer:
If enable is not 0, the Crazyflie radio will start transmitting a continuous sine wave at the currently setup freqency. The same packet is sent back to confirm the value has been set.
This command should only be sent over USB (it disables the radio communication). It is used in production to test the Crazyflie radio path and should not be used outside of a lab or other very controlled environment. It will effectively jam local radio communication on the channel.
The first byte describes the command:
|0||Get protocol version|
|1||Get firmware version|
|2||Get device type name|
Get protocol version
Returns the CRTP protocol version. See the protocol versioning and stability guarantee documentation for more information.
Get firmware version
Returns a string representation of the current firmware version. This returns the GIT tag of the source code where the firmware was built. For a release the version string will look like “2022.01”. For a build between releases the number of commit since the release will be added, for example “2022.01 +42”.
Get device type name
|1..||Device type name string|
Returns a String representation of the device type the firmware is running on. The currently existing device type are:
|Device Type||Device type name|
The app channel is intended to be used by user apps on the Crazyflie and on the ground to exchange data. Every packet sent and received from the app channel (port:channel) (13:2) will be available through the app channel API.