The values for the various registers are taken from my last post. The datasheet references for each formula used in the calculation are shown in the third column. Values in grey are important. Why? Because it is those values that you can plug into SmartRF Studio7 to get compatible register definitions for other chips, such as the CC1110F that lies at the heart of the Pretty Pink Pager.
But "hey", I hear you thinking. "What about that row in there colored yellow?" Good question. Glad you asked. If you look at the Davis FCC certification report for the Vantage Vue that I discussed here, you'll see a spectrum picture that looks like this.
Got time for one more picture? Great.
Now here is a different issue. Winter is finally coming to a close. That means I have to get off my butt and get some work done outside on weekends before the snow flies once again. And that is going to mean a lot less time for weather station hacking. I'll try to get some work done now and then over the summer, but don't be too surprised to see the frequency of posts here drop off a bit. Such is life.
Having said all that, I'd be ecstatic is somebody were to jump in and pick this up. Progress would certainly be quicker with an extra set of hands helping out. I suspect I'll get there otherwise though, but it will just take a little longer.