Autor Thema: Firmware zu CUL und Co. mit Timestamp Option ASKSIN V0.21  (Gelesen 80929 mal)

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Hier https://forum.fhem.de/index.php/topic,24436.msg732585.html#msg732585 geht es zur aktuellen Version 0.21 von TS Firmware und FHEM Modulen.

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Hallo Rudolf,

hier mein Vorschlag zu einer Firmwareerweiterung für den CUL zur Unterstützung der TimeStamp Option. Sie bringt für das Senden zusammen mit Martins 00_CUL Änderungen eine Verbesserung.
Wenn Du es einpflegen würdest, würde ich mich freuen. Natürlich bin ich auch für Kritik offen.

Edit: Vergleichsbasis zum diff ist ein trunk culfw-code-419-trunk Stand vom 7.6.14. Meine Änderungen basieren auf culfw-code-416-trunk von Mitte Mai.

Zwei Teile für die Diffs sind notwendig wegen der Länge.

--- clib/cc1100.c Wed Feb 06 00:29:54 2013
+++ clib/cc1100.c Thu May 29 23:47:48 2014
@@ -310,7 +310,7 @@
       DS_P( PSTR(" = ") );
       DH2(out);                  // result, hex
       DS_P( PSTR(" / ") );
-      DU(out,2);                  // result, decimal
+      DU(out,2);  // should be DU(out,3);               // result, decimal
       DNL();
     }
 
--- clib/cdc.c Sat Apr 17 12:31:34 2010
+++ clib/cdc.c Mon Jun 09 16:55:51 2014
@@ -72,13 +72,23 @@
 
   if(!inCDC_TASK && Endpoint_ReadWriteAllowed()){ // USB -> RingBuffer
 
+    uint8_t sreg;
+
+    sreg = SREG;
+    cli();
+
     while (Endpoint_BytesInEndpoint()) {          // Discard data on buffer full
       rb_put(&TTY_Rx_Buffer, Endpoint_Read_Byte());
     }
-    Endpoint_ClearCurrentBank();
+    Endpoint_ClearCurrentBank();
+
+    SREG = sreg;
+
     inCDC_TASK = 1;
+
     output_flush_func = CDC_Task;
     input_handle_func(DISPLAY_USB);
+
     inCDC_TASK = 0;
   }
 
@@ -86,13 +96,20 @@
   Endpoint_SelectEndpoint(CDC_TX_EPNUM);          // Then data out
   if(TTY_Tx_Buffer.nbytes && Endpoint_ReadWriteAllowed()) {
 
+    uint8_t sreg;
+
+    sreg = SREG;
     cli();
     while(TTY_Tx_Buffer.nbytes &&
           (Endpoint_BytesInEndpoint() < USB_BUFSIZE))
       Endpoint_Write_Byte(rb_get(&TTY_Tx_Buffer));
-    sei();
+//    SREG = sreg;
+    //sei();
     
+//    sreg = SREG;
+//    cli();
     Endpoint_ClearCurrentBank();                  // Send the data
+    SREG = sreg;
 
   }
 }
--- clib/cdcLUFA.c Sat Apr 17 12:31:34 2010
+++ clib/cdcLUFA.c Mon Jun 09 16:55:21 2014
@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@
 void
 CDC_Task(void)
 {
-  static char inCDC_TASK = 0;
+  static uint8_t inCDC_TASK = 0;
 
   if(!USB_IsConnected)
     return;
@@ -79,14 +79,24 @@
   Endpoint_SelectEndpoint(CDC_RX_EPNUM);          // First data in
   if(!inCDC_TASK && Endpoint_IsReadWriteAllowed()){ // USB -> RingBuffer
 
+    uint8_t sreg;
+
+    sreg = SREG; // make it safer for call in an interrupt
+    cli(); // inhibit interrupts, to avoid reading an empty byte due to empty USB Buffer, emptied in interrupt
+
     while (Endpoint_BytesInEndpoint()) {          // Discard data on buffer full
       rb_put(&TTY_Rx_Buffer, Endpoint_Read_Byte());
     }
-    Endpoint_ClearOUT();
+
+    Endpoint_ClearOUT(); //better not to be disturbed here by interrupt doing the same
+
+    SREG = sreg;       // allow interrupts
 
     inCDC_TASK = 1;
+
     output_flush_func = CDC_Task;
     input_handle_func(DISPLAY_USB);
+
     inCDC_TASK = 0;
   }
 
@@ -94,17 +104,28 @@
   Endpoint_SelectEndpoint(CDC_TX_EPNUM);          // Then data out
   if(TTY_Tx_Buffer.nbytes && Endpoint_IsReadWriteAllowed()) {
 
-    cli();
+    uint8_t sreg;
+
+    sreg = SREG; // make it safer for call in an interrupt
+    cli(); // inhibit interrupts
     while(TTY_Tx_Buffer.nbytes &&
           (Endpoint_BytesInEndpoint() < USB_BUFSIZE))
       Endpoint_Write_Byte(rb_get(&TTY_Tx_Buffer));
-    sei();
+    SREG = sreg; // allow interrupts
     
-    bool IsFull = (Endpoint_BytesInEndpoint() == USB_BUFSIZE);
-    Endpoint_ClearIN();                  // Send the data
+    uint8_t IsFull = (Endpoint_BytesInEndpoint() == USB_BUFSIZE);
+
+    sreg = SREG; // make it safer for call in an interrupt
+    cli(); // inhibit interrupts
+    Endpoint_ClearIN(); // Send the data, better not to be disturbed here by interrupt doing the same
+    SREG = sreg; // allow interrupts
+
     if(IsFull) {
       Endpoint_WaitUntilReady();
-      Endpoint_ClearIN();
+      sreg = SREG; // make it safer for call in an interrupt
+      cli(); // inhibit interrupts
+      Endpoint_ClearIN(); // Send the data
+      SREG = sreg; // allow interrupts
     }
   }
 }
--- clib/clock.c Fri Feb 08 06:15:52 2013
+++ clib/clock.c Fri Jun 06 23:56:37 2014
@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
 #include <avr/interrupt.h>
 
 #include "board.h"
+
 #include "led.h"
 #ifdef XLED
 #include "xled.h"
@@ -17,6 +18,7 @@
 #include "rf_send.h"                   // credit_10ms
 #include "mysleep.h"
 #include "pcf8833.h"
+#include "rf_asksin.h"
 #ifdef HAS_USB
 #include "cdc.h"
 #endif
@@ -35,8 +37,8 @@
 uint8_t ir_ticks_thrd = 0;
 #endif
 
-volatile uint32_t ticks;
-volatile uint8_t  clock_hsec;
+volatile uint32_t ticks = 0;
+volatile uint8_t  clock_hsec = 0;
 
 // count & compute in the interrupt, else long runnning tasks would block
 // a "minute" task too long
@@ -54,12 +56,30 @@
 #endif
 
 #if defined (HAS_IRTX) || defined (HAS_IRRX)
-     // if IRRX is compiled in, timer runs 125x faster ...
+     // if IRRX is compiled in, timer runs 125x faster ...
+     // 15625Hz
      if (++ir_ticks<125)
        return;
-       
+
      ir_ticks = 0;
-#endif
+
+     // 125Hz
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+ // only 8ms increment for low additional CPU interrupt load
+ rf_asksin_ms += 8; // noansi: counter for ms, incremented by Timer 3 or Timer 0 with less granularity
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+#else //HAS_IRTX || HAS_IRRX
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+ // 250 Hz
+ // only 4ms increment for low additional CPU interrupt load
+ rf_asksin_ms += 4; // noansi: counter for ms, incremented by Timer 3 or Timer 0 with less granularity
+ if ((uint8_t)rf_asksin_ms & 0x04) return;
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+#endif //HAS_IRTX || HAS_IRRX
 
      // 125Hz
      ticks++;
--- clib/display.c Sun Jun 30 23:01:20 2013
+++ clib/display.c Mon Jun 09 00:25:16 2014
@@ -109,6 +109,7 @@
     if((TTY_Tx_Buffer.nbytes  < TTY_BUFSIZE-2) ||
        (TTY_Tx_Buffer.nbytes  < TTY_BUFSIZE && (data == '\r' || data == '\n')))
     rb_put(&TTY_Tx_Buffer, data);
+ // what if buffer is full? better send and wait?
   }
 #endif
 
@@ -208,41 +209,101 @@
 }
 
 void
-display_udec(uint16_t d, int8_t pad, uint8_t padc)
+display_udec(uint16_t d, uint8_t pad, uint8_t padc)
 {
+  pad += 128;
+
   char buf[6];
-  int8_t i=6;
+  uint8_t i=5;
 
-  buf[--i] = 0;
+  buf[i] = 0;
   do {
-    buf[--i] = d%10 + '0';
+    buf[--i] = (d%10) + '0';
     d /= 10;
     pad--;
   } while(d && i);
 
-  while(--pad >= 0 && i > 0)
+  while(((--pad) >= 128) && (i > 0))
+    buf[--i] = padc;
+
+  DS(buf+i);
+}
+
+void
+display_hex(uint16_t h, uint8_t pad, uint8_t padc)
+{
+  pad += 128;
+
+  char buf[5];
+  int8_t i=4;
+
+  buf[i] = 0;
+  do {
+    uint8_t m = ((uint8_t)h & 0x0f);
+    buf[--i] = TO_HEX( m );
+    h >>= 4;
+    pad--;
+  } while(h);
+
+  while((i > 0) && ((--pad) >= 128))
     buf[--i] = padc;
+
   DS(buf+i);
 }
 
+/*
+void
+display_hex(uint16_t h, uint8_t pad, uint8_t padc)
+{
+  char buf[(2*sizeof(uint16_t))+1];
+  char *b = buf;
+
+  uint8_t p = sizeof(uint16_t);
+
+  while (p) {
+    *(b++) = TO_HEX( *((uint8_t *)&h + (--p)) >> 4 );
+    *(b++) = TO_HEX( *((uint8_t *)&h + p) & 0x0f );
+  }
+  *b = 0;
+
+  //if (!pad) pad++; // show zero at least
+  uint8_t padstart = (2*sizeof(uint16_t)) - pad;
+  p = 0;
+  b = buf;
+
+  while ((*b == '0') && *(b+1)) // show zero at least
+  {
+ *(b++) = padc;
+ if (p < padstart) p++;
+  }
+
+  DS(buf+p);
+}
+*/
+
+/*
 void
-display_hex(uint16_t h, int8_t pad, uint8_t padc)
+display_hex(uint16_t h, uint8_t pad, uint8_t padc)
 {
+  pad += 128;
+
   char buf[5];
-  int8_t i=5;
+  int8_t i=4;
 
-  buf[--i] = 0;
+  buf[i] = 0;
   do {
     uint8_t m = h%16;
-    buf[--i] = (m < 10 ? '0'+m : 'A'+m-10);
+    buf[--i] = (m < 10 ? '0'+m : ('A'-10)+m);
     h /= 16;
     pad--;
   } while(h);
 
-  while(--pad >= 0 && i > 0)
+  while(--pad >= 128 && i > 0)
     buf[--i] = padc;
+
   DS(buf+i);
 }
+*/
 
 void
 display_hex2(uint8_t h)
--- clib/display.h Mon Dec 10 13:21:50 2012
+++ clib/display.h Fri May 30 23:04:26 2014
@@ -8,8 +8,8 @@
 void display_char(char s);
 void display_string(char *s);
 void display_string_P(const char *s);
-void display_udec(uint16_t d, int8_t pad, uint8_t padc);
-void display_hex(uint16_t h, int8_t pad, uint8_t padc);
+void display_udec(uint16_t d, uint8_t pad, uint8_t padc);
+void display_hex(uint16_t h, uint8_t pad, uint8_t padc);
 void display_hex2(uint8_t h);
 void display_nl(void);
 
@@ -20,6 +20,7 @@
 #define DH(a,b) display_hex(a,b,'0')
 #define DH2(a) display_hex2(a)
 #define DNL display_nl
+#define TO_HEX(a) ((a)<10?(a)+'0':(a)+('A'-10))
 
 extern uint8_t display_channel;
 extern uint8_t log_enabled;
--- clib/fncollection.c Mon Sep 23 21:41:10 2013
+++ clib/fncollection.c Mon Jun 02 06:33:17 2014
@@ -276,24 +276,27 @@
   if(in)
     fromhex(in+1, &bl, 1);
 
-  if(bl)                     // Next reboot we'd like to jump to the bootloader.
-    ewb( EE_REQBL, 1 );      // Simply jumping to the bootloader from here
-                             // wont't work. Neither helps to shutdown USB
-                             // first.
+  if(bl) // Next reboot we'd like to jump to the bootloader.
+    ewb( EE_REQBL, 1 ); // Simply jumping to the bootloader from here
+ // wont't work. Neither helps to shutdown USB
+ // first.
                             
 #ifdef HAS_USB
-  USB_ShutDown();            // ??? Needed?
+  USB_ShutDown(); // ??? Needed?
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_FS
-  fs_sync(&fs);              // Sync the filesystem
+  fs_sync(&fs); // Sync the filesystem
 #endif
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  TIMSK3 = 0; // ??? Needed?
+#endif
 
-  TIMSK0 = 0;                // Disable the clock which resets the watchdog
+  TIMSK0 = 0; // Disable the clock which resets the watchdog
   cli();
   
-  wdt_enable(WDTO_15MS);       // Make sure the watchdog is running
-  while (1);                 // go to bed, the wathchdog will take us to reset
+  wdt_enable(WDTO_15MS); // Make sure the watchdog is running
+  while (1); // go to bed, the wathchdog will take us to reset
 }
 
 void
--- clib/intertechno.c Wed Feb 06 00:29:54 2013
+++ clib/intertechno.c Mon Jun 09 17:07:36 2014
@@ -172,6 +172,8 @@
  LED_ON();
 
     #if defined (HAS_IRRX) || defined (HAS_IRTX) //Blockout IR_Reception for the moment
+      uint8_t sreg;
+      sreg = SREG;
       cli();
     #endif
 
@@ -244,7 +246,8 @@
    }
 
     #if defined (HAS_IRRX) || defined (HAS_IRTX) //Activate IR_Reception again
-      sei();
+      //sei();
+      SREG = sreg;
     #endif  
 
  LED_OFF();
--- clib/rf_asksin.c Thu Mar 13 22:49:42 2014
+++ clib/rf_asksin.c Mon Jun 09 17:28:15 2014
@@ -1,15 +1,43 @@
+
 #include "board.h"
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+
+#include "rf_asksin.h"
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN)
+#include <avr/io.h>
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0 || HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER || HAS_ASKSIN
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
+//#include <avr/wdt.h>
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
+#include <avr/interrupt.h>
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN)
 #include <string.h>
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER || HAS_ASKSIN
+
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN)
 #include <avr/pgmspace.h>
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN
+
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN)
 #include "cc1100.h"
 #include "delay.h"
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER || HAS_ASKSIN
+
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN)
 #include "rf_receive.h"
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN)
 #include "display.h"
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0 || HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER || HAS_ASKSIN
 
-#include "rf_asksin.h"
 
-uint8_t asksin_on = 0;
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
 
 const uint8_t PROGMEM ASKSIN_CFG[] = {
      0x00, 0x07,
@@ -55,59 +83,242 @@
 };
 
 static unsigned char asksin_update_mode = 0;
-#endif
+#endif  //HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
 
-static void rf_asksin_reset_rx(void);
+uint8_t asksin_on = 0;
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
+static uint8_t asksin_timestamp_mode = 0; //default no Timestamp
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN
+
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
+volatile uint32_t rf_asksin_ms = 0; // counter for ms, incremented by Timer 3 or Timer 0 with less granularity
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+uint8_t asksin_disable_PLLNOLOCK = 0;
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+
+
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+
+// just count ms in the interrupt Timer 3
+ISR(TIMER3_COMPA_vect, ISR_BLOCK)
+{
+ rf_asksin_ms++;
+}
+
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
 
 void
-rf_asksin_init(void)
+rf_asksin_get_ms_timestamp(uint32_t *ts)
 {
+ uint8_t l = SREG;
+ cli();
+ *ts = rf_asksin_ms;
+ SREG = l;
+}
 
-  EIMSK &= ~_BV(CC1100_INT);                 // disable INT - we'll poll...
-  SET_BIT( CC1100_CS_DDR, CC1100_CS_PIN );   // CS as output
+void
+rf_asksin_display_ms(uint32_t *ts)
+{
+ char buf[(2*sizeof(uint32_t)+1)];
+ uint8_t i = 255;
 
-  CC1100_DEASSERT;                           // Toggle chip select signal
-  my_delay_us(30);
-  CC1100_ASSERT;
-  my_delay_us(30);
-  CC1100_DEASSERT;
-  my_delay_us(45);
+ uint8_t p = sizeof(uint32_t);
+ while(p) {
+ uint8_t m = (*((uint8_t *)ts+(--p)) >> 4);
+ buf[++i] = TO_HEX( m );
+ m = (*((uint8_t *)ts+p) & 0x0f);
+ buf[++i] = TO_HEX( m );
+ }
+ buf[++i] = 0;
+
+ DS(buf);
+}
+
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+
+uint8_t
+rf_asksin_wait_state(uint8_t state, uint8_t poll_us)
+{
+ uint8_t l;
+
+ l = 255;
+ do
+ {
+ if (cc1100_readReg( CC1100_MARCSTATE ) == state) return 0; // ok, state reached
+ my_delay_us( poll_us );
+ }
+ while (l--);
+
+ return 1; // error, state not reached
+}
 
-  ccStrobe( CC1100_SRES );                   // Send SRES command
-  my_delay_us(100);
+uint8_t
+rf_asksin_checkPLL(void)  // noansi: returns 0 on success
+{
+ uint8_t l;
+
+ // noansi: check PLL Lock and try to calibrate. Possibly restoring a saved calibration could be faster...
+ l = cc1100_readReg( CC1100_FSCAL1 );
+ if (l != 0x3f) return 0; // noansi: PLL in Lock as described in CC1101 doc and errata
+
+ // noansi: try to recover as no PLL Lock as described in CC1101 doc and errata
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SIDLE );
+
+ if (!asksin_disable_PLLNOLOCK) DS_P( PSTR( "PLLNOLOCK\r\n" ) );
+
+ // noansi: wait idle state, is it needed here?
+ rf_asksin_wait_state(MARCSTATE_IDLE, 1); // give a litle bit time, normal RX to IDLE should take about 0.1us with ASK, TX to idle about 1us with ASK
+
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SCAL ); // noansi: Try Calibration
+
+ //my_delay_ms(1); // noansi: maybe waiting gives a better calibration instead of polling the state (noise?)
+
+ // noansi: wait idle state -> calibration finished, if no idle in between is reported here as it may be possible with the state returned by command strobe
+ rf_asksin_wait_state(MARCSTATE_IDLE, 4);
+
+ l = cc1100_readReg( CC1100_FSCAL1 );
+ if (l != 0x3f) return 0; // noansi: PLL in Lock as described in CC1101 doc and errata
+
+ if (!asksin_disable_PLLNOLOCK) DS_P( PSTR( "PLLLOCKFAIL\r\n" ) );
+
+ return 1; // noansi: error, no PLL Lock
+}
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_RX
+uint8_t
+rf_asksin_toRX(void)
+{
+ uint8_t n;
 
-  // load configuration
-  for (uint8_t i = 0; i < sizeof(ASKSIN_CFG); i += 2) {
-    cc1100_writeReg( pgm_read_byte(&ASKSIN_CFG[i]),
-                     pgm_read_byte(&ASKSIN_CFG[i+1]) );
+ // noansi: set RX with check/try PLL is in Lock in RX
+ n = 2; // noansi: Try to set RX several times before giving up
+ do {
+ // enable RX
+ while ((ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) != 0x10); // noansi: Set RX until Status Byte indicates RX
+
+ if (!rf_asksin_checkPLL()) return 0; // everything ok
+
+ } while (--n);
+
+ //if (!asksin_disable_PLLNOLOCK) DS_P( PSTR( "NoRXErr\r\n" ) );
+
+ return 1;
+}
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_RX
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_TX
+uint8_t
+rf_asksin_toTX(void)
+{
+ uint8_t n;
+
+ // noansi: set TX with check/try PLL is in Lock in TX
+ n = 2; // noansi: Try to set TX several times before giving up
+ do {
+ // enable TX, wait for CCA
+ while ((ccStrobe( CC1100_STX ) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) != 0x20); // noansi: Set TX until Status Byte indicates TX
+
+ if (!rf_asksin_checkPLL()) return 0; // everything ok
+
+ } while (--n);
+
+ //if (!asksin_disable_PLLNOLOCK) DS_P( PSTR( "NoTXErr\r\n" ) );
+
+ return 1;
+}
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_TX
+
+// check if stuck in RX state without PLL Lock
+void
+rf_asksin_check_PLL_task(void)
+{
+  if (cc1100_readReg( CC1100_MARCSTATE ) == MARCSTATE_RX)
+  {
+ // noansi: try init or recalibration, if stuck in RX State with no PLL Lock as seen in extended read timeout logging
+ if (cc1100_readReg( CC1100_FSCAL1 ) == 0x3f) { // noansi: no PLL Lock as described in CC1101 errata
+ //rf_asksin_init(); // noansi: try init to recover
+ rf_asksin_checkPLL(); // noansi: try calibration to recover
+ //ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ); // other tasks will give the wait time to fully switch to RX in background
+    while ((ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) != 0x10); // noansi: Set RX until Status Byte indicates RX
+ }
   }
+}
+
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+
+
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+
+static void rf_asksin_reset_rx(void);
+
+
+void
+rf_asksin_init(void)
+{
+ EIMSK &= ~_BV(CC1100_INT);                 // disable INT - we'll poll...
+ SET_BIT( CC1100_CS_DDR, CC1100_CS_PIN );   // CS as output
+
+ CC1100_DEASSERT;                           // Toggle chip select signal
+ my_delay_us(30);
+ CC1100_ASSERT;
+ my_delay_us(30);
+ CC1100_DEASSERT;
+ my_delay_us(45);
+
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SRES );                   // Send SRES command
+ my_delay_us(100);
+
+ // load configuration
+ for (uint8_t i = 0; i < sizeof(ASKSIN_CFG); i += 2) {
+ cc1100_writeReg( pgm_read_byte(&ASKSIN_CFG[i]),
+ pgm_read_byte(&ASKSIN_CFG[i+1]) );
+ }
 
 #ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
-  if (asksin_update_mode) {
-    for (uint8_t i = 0; i < sizeof(ASKSIN_UPDATE_CFG); i += 2) {
-      cc1100_writeReg( pgm_read_byte(&ASKSIN_UPDATE_CFG[i]),
-                       pgm_read_byte(&ASKSIN_UPDATE_CFG[i+1]) );
-    }
-  }
-#endif

-  ccStrobe( CC1100_SCAL );
+ if (asksin_update_mode) {
+ for (uint8_t i = 0; i < sizeof(ASKSIN_UPDATE_CFG); i += 2) {
+ cc1100_writeReg( pgm_read_byte(&ASKSIN_UPDATE_CFG[i]),
+ pgm_read_byte(&ASKSIN_UPDATE_CFG[i+1]) );
+ }
+ }
+#endif  //HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
 
-  my_delay_ms(4);
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SCAL );  // force a calibration
 
-  // enable RX, but don't enable the interrupt
-  do {
-    ccStrobe(CC1100_SRX);
-  } while (cc1100_readReg(CC1100_MARCSTATE) != MARCSTATE_RX);
+ //my_delay_ms(4); // noansi: maybe waiting gives a better calibration instead of polling the state (noise?)
+
+
+ rf_asksin_wait_state(MARCSTATE_IDLE, 15);  // noansi: wait idle state -> calibration finished -> may be
+
+ rf_asksin_checkPLL();  // noansi: check PLL Lock
+
+ // enable RX, but don't enable the interrupt
+ rf_asksin_toRX();  // noansi: and check PLL is in Lock in RX
 }
 
+
 static void
 rf_asksin_reset_rx(void)
 {
-  ccStrobe( CC1100_SFRX  );
-  ccStrobe( CC1100_SIDLE );
-  ccStrobe( CC1100_SNOP  );
-  ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX   );
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SIDLE ); // noansi: if stuck in RX after RX OVERFLOW as described in CC1101 errata -> do SFRX only in IDLE as CC1101 doc
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SNOP ); // give a litle bit time, normal RX to IDLE should take about 0.1us with ASK, TX to idle about 1us with ASK
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SFRX  ); // flush RX-FIFO
+ rf_asksin_toRX(); // noansi: try to set RX with calibration
+ //DS_P( PSTR( "asksin_reset\r\n" ) );
 }
 
 void
@@ -143,9 +354,17 @@
 
     CC1100_DEASSERT;
 
-    do {
-      ccStrobe(CC1100_SRX);
-    } while (cc1100_readReg(CC1100_MARCSTATE) != MARCSTATE_RX);
+    // switch to RX again
+    //rf_asksin_toRX();  // takes just a little bit longer, if still in PLL lock
+    while ((ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) != 0x10); // noansi: Set RX until Status Byte indicates RX
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
+
+    // get timestamp from ms timer
+    uint32_t ts;
+    rf_asksin_get_ms_timestamp(&ts);
+
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
 
     last_enc = msg[1];
     msg[1] = (~msg[1]) ^ 0x89;
@@ -160,32 +379,90 @@
     
     if (tx_report & REP_BINTIME) {
       
-      DC('a');
+      DC( 'a' );
       for (uint8_t i=0; i<=msg[0]; i++)
       DC( msg[i] );
         
     } else {
-      DC('A');
-     
+
+      DC( 'A' ); //Asksin Format ID
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
+
+ if (asksin_timestamp_mode)
+ {
+ DH( 0xff01, 4 );  // TimeStamp Format ID FF01
+ rf_asksin_display_ms(&ts);
+ }
+
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
       for (uint8_t i=0; i<=msg[0]; i++)
         DH2( msg[i] );
       
       if (tx_report & REP_RSSI)
-        DH2(rssi);
-     
-      DNL();
+        DH2( rssi );
+
+      DNL( );
     }
   }
 
+  l = cc1100_readReg( CC1100_MARCSTATE );
+/*
+  if (l == MARCSTATE_RX)
+  {
+ // noansi: try init or recalibration, if stuck in RX State with no PLL Lock as seen in extended read timeout logging
+ l = cc1100_readReg( CC1100_FSCAL1 );
+ if (l == 0x3f) { // noansi: no PLL Lock as described in CC1101 errata
+ //rf_asksin_init(); // noansi: try init to recover
+ rf_asksin_checkPLL(); // noansi: try calibration to recover
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ); // other tasks will give the wait time to fully switch to RX in background
+ return;
+ }
+  }
+  else if (l == MARCSTATE_RXFIFO_OVERFLOW)
+*/
+  if (l == MARCSTATE_RXFIFO_OVERFLOW)
+  {
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SIDLE ); // noansi: if stuck in RX after RX OVERFLOW as described in CC1101 errata -> do SFRX only in IDLE as CC1101 doc
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SNOP  ); // give a litle bit time, normal RX to IDLE should take about 0.1us with ASK
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SFRX  ); // flush the RX-FIFO
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX   ); // other tasks will give the wait time to fully switch to RX in background
+  }
+  else
+  {
+ if (l != MARCSTATE_RX)
+ {
+ // we allways try to be on RX
+ //rf_asksin_toRX(); // noansi: try to set RX with calibration, would wait for state
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ); // other tasks will give the wait time to fully switch to RX in background
+ }
+  }
+
+/*
   switch(cc1100_readReg( CC1100_MARCSTATE )) {
+    case MARCSTATE_RX:
+ // noansi: try init or recalibration, if stuck in RX State with no PLL Lock as seen in extended read timeout logging
+ l = cc1100_readReg( CC1100_FSCAL1 );
+ if (l == 0x3f) { // noansi: no PLL Lock as described in CC1101 errata
+ //rf_asksin_init(); // noansi: try init to recover
+ rf_asksin_checkPLL(); // noansi: try calibration to recover
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ); // other tasks will give the wait time to fully switch to RX in background
+ return;
+ }
+ break;
     case MARCSTATE_RXFIFO_OVERFLOW:
-      ccStrobe( CC1100_SFRX  );
-    case MARCSTATE_IDLE:
-      ccStrobe( CC1100_SIDLE );
-      ccStrobe( CC1100_SNOP  );
-      ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX   );
-      break;
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SIDLE ); // noansi: if stuck in RX after RX OVERFLOW as described in CC1101 errata -> do SFRX only in IDLE as CC1101 doc
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SNOP  ); // give a litle bit time, normal RX to IDLE should take about 0.1us with ASK
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SFRX  );
+    //case MARCSTATE_IDLE:
+    default:
+ // we allways try to be on RX
+ //rf_asksin_toRX(); // noansi: try to set RX with calibration, would wait for state
+ ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ); // other tasks will give the wait time to fully switch to RX in background
+ break;
   }
+*/
 }
 
 void
@@ -195,17 +472,18 @@
   uint8_t ctl;
   uint8_t l;
 
-  uint8_t hblen = fromhex(in+1, msg, MAX_ASKSIN_MSG-1);
+  uint8_t hblen = fromhex(in, msg, MAX_ASKSIN_MSG-1);
 
   if ((hblen-1) != msg[0]) {
-//  DS_P(PSTR("LENERR\r\n"));
+//  DS_P( PSTR( "LENERR\r\n" ) );
     return;
   }
 
   // in AskSin mode already?
   if(!asksin_on) {
     rf_asksin_init();
-    my_delay_ms(3);             // 3ms: Found by trial and error
+    //my_delay_ms(3); // 3ms: Found by trial and error. noansi: We are in RX after init, why wait?
+    my_delay_ms(6); // noansi: removed wait 4ms in init during calib (735us so about 1ms), so 1(calib)+3+3ms should do the same
   }
 
   ctl = msg[2];
@@ -218,10 +496,9 @@
   
   msg[l] = msg[l] ^ ctl;
 
-  // enable TX, wait for CCA
-  do {
-    ccStrobe(CC1100_STX);
-  } while (cc1100_readReg(CC1100_MARCSTATE) != MARCSTATE_TX);
+  // noansi: set TX
+  //rf_asksin_toTX();  // takes just a little bit longer, if still in PLL lock
+  while ((ccStrobe( CC1100_STX ) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) != 0x20); // noansi: Set TX until Status Byte indicates TX
 
   if (ctl & (1 << 4)) { // BURST-bit set?
     // According to ELV, devices get activated every 300ms, so send burst for 360ms
@@ -233,7 +510,7 @@
 
   // send
   CC1100_ASSERT;
-  cc1100_sendbyte(CC1100_WRITE_BURST | CC1100_TXFIFO);
+  cc1100_sendbyte( CC1100_WRITE_BURST | CC1100_TXFIFO );
 
   for(uint8_t i = 0; i < hblen; i++) {
     cc1100_sendbyte(msg[i]);
@@ -242,47 +519,106 @@
   CC1100_DEASSERT;
 
   // wait for TX to finish
-  while(cc1100_readReg( CC1100_MARCSTATE ) == MARCSTATE_TX)
-    ;
+  while (((l = ccStrobe( CC1100_SNOP )) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) == 0x20); // Status Byte indicates still TX ?
 
-  if (cc1100_readReg( CC1100_MARCSTATE ) == MARCSTATE_TXFIFO_UNDERFLOW) {
-      ccStrobe( CC1100_SFTX  );
-      ccStrobe( CC1100_SIDLE );
-      ccStrobe( CC1100_SNOP  );
-  }
+  // MARCSTATE_TXFIFO_UNDERFLOW ?
+  if (l == 0x70) { // Status Byte indicates TXFIFO_UNDERFLOW
+    ccStrobe( CC1100_SFTX  ); // flush the TX-FIFO
+    // ccStrobe( CC1100_SIDLE ); // why force idle? SFTX should end in idle with respect to cc1101 documentation
+    ccStrobe( CC1100_SNOP  ); // but give a litle bit time, normal TX to IDLE should take about 1us with ASK
+ }
   
   if(asksin_on) {
-    do {
-      ccStrobe(CC1100_SRX);
-    } while (cc1100_readReg(CC1100_MARCSTATE) != MARCSTATE_RX);
+    // noansi: set RX
+    //rf_asksin_toRX();  // takes just a little bit longer, if still in PLL lock
+    while ((ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) != 0x10); // noansi: Set RX until Status Byte indicates RX
   } else {
     set_txrestore();
   }
 }
 
+
 void
 asksin_func(char *in)
 {
-#ifndef HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
-  if(in[1] == 'r') {                // Reception on
-#else
-  if((in[1] == 'r') || (in[1] == 'R')) {                // Reception on
-    if (in[1] == 'R') {
-      asksin_update_mode = 1;
-    } else {
-      asksin_update_mode = 0;
-    }
-#endif
-    rf_asksin_init();
-    asksin_on = 1;
+ uint8_t asksin_command = in[1];
 
-  } else if(in[1] == 's') {         // Send
-    asksin_send(in+1);
+ if (asksin_command == 's') { // Send
+ asksin_send(in+2);
+ }
 
-  } else {                          // Off
-    asksin_on = 0;
+#ifndef HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
else if (asksin_command == 'r') { // Reception on
+#else  //HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
else if ((asksin_command == 'r') || (asksin_command == 'R')) { // Reception on
+ asksin_update_mode = asksin_command - 'r'; //'r'=off, 'R'=on for asksin_update_mode
+#endif  //HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
+ rf_asksin_init();
+ asksin_on = 1;
+
+ }
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
+ else if (asksin_command == 'p') { // ping Timestamp echo + PingNo 32bit
+ // we do nothing (except a little error hint), if we don't have TimeStamp, so no urgend need for Hardware Detection
+ if (asksin_timestamp_mode)
+ {
+ // get timestamp from ms timer
+ uint32_t ts;
+ rf_asksin_get_ms_timestamp(&ts);
+
+ // send timestamp Answer
+ DC( 'A' ); // Asksin message ID; 1 characters
+ DH( 0xff02, 4 ); // TimeStamp Format ID FF02 for ping answer; 4 characters
+ rf_asksin_display_ms(&ts); // TimeStamp; 8 characters
+ DH2( strlen(in+2)>>1 ); // lenght of input hex bytes to send back; 2 characters
+ DS( in+2 ); // Message contains e.g. received ping number; 8 characters at least for 00_CUL
+ DH2( 128 ); // rssi = -138; 2 characters
+ DNL( );
+ }
+ #ifndef HAS_ASKSIN_NO_COMMAND_ERROR_HINT
+ else goto unknown_ASKSIN; // little error hint, as TimeStamp mode not enabled
+ #endif //HAS_ASKSIN_NO_COMMAND_ERROR_HINT
}
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
else if (asksin_command == 't') {          // Timestamp, t1=on, t0=off
+ // we do nothing (except a little error hint), if we don't have TimeStamp, so no urgend need for Hardware Detection
+ asksin_timestamp_mode = in[2] - '0'; // 0=deactivate timestamp from ms timer, else on
+
+ }
+#endif //HAS_MS_TIMER3 || HAS_MS_TIMER0
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
else if (asksin_command == 'P') {
+ asksin_disable_PLLNOLOCK = in[2] - '0'; //switch on/off PLLNOLOCK message, '0'=switch on, default on
+
+ }
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+
else if (asksin_command == 'x') { // only x should disable AskSin mode, see doc
+ asksin_on = 0; // AskSin Reception off
+
+ }
+
+// else {
+// asksin_on = 0; // AskSin Reception off, if unknown command
+// }
+
+#ifndef HAS_ASKSIN_NO_COMMAND_ERROR_HINT
+ else goto unknown_ASKSIN;
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_NO_COMMAND_ERROR_HINT
+
+ return;
+
+
+#ifndef HAS_ASKSIN_NO_COMMAND_ERROR_HINT
+unknown_ASKSIN:
+ DS_P( PSTR( "A?\r\n" ) ); // little error hint
 
-  }
+ return;
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN_NO_COMMAND_ERROR_HINT
 }
 
-#endif
+#endif //HAS_ASKSIN
--- clib/rf_asksin.h Thu Mar 13 22:49:42 2014
+++ clib/rf_asksin.h Sun Jun 08 17:00:01 2014
@@ -1,6 +1,24 @@
 #ifndef _RF_ASKSIN_H
 #define _RF_ASKSIN_H
 
+#include <avr/io.h>
+
+
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0)
+
+extern volatile uint32_t rf_asksin_ms; // noansi: counter for ms, incremented by Timer 3 or Timer 0 with less granularity
+
+extern void rf_asksin_get_ms_timestamp(uint32_t *ts); // noansi: get ms counter interrupt save
+extern void rf_asksin_display_ms(uint32_t *ts); // noansi: display as 8 digit Hex Value
+
+#endif
+
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_RX
+
 #ifndef HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
 #define MAX_ASKSIN_MSG 30
 #else
@@ -9,8 +27,36 @@
 
 extern uint8_t asksin_on;
 
-void rf_asksin_init(void);
-void rf_asksin_task(void);
-void asksin_func(char *in);
+extern void rf_asksin_init(void);
+extern void rf_asksin_task(void);
+extern void asksin_func(char *in);
+
+#endif
+
+
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_TX) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_RX)
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+#endif
+
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+
+extern uint8_t asksin_disable_PLLNOLOCK; // noansi: do not display PLLNOLOCK related errors if > 0
+
+extern uint8_t rf_asksin_wait_state(uint8_t state, uint8_t poll_us); // noansi: wait for a MARCSTATE to be reached for 256*poll_us, returns 0 on success
+extern uint8_t rf_asksin_checkPLL(void); // noansi: check CC1101 PLL lock with recalibration if necessary, returns 0 on success
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_RX
+extern uint8_t rf_asksin_toRX(void); // noansi: set CC1101 to RX with recalibration if necessary, returns 0 on success
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_TX
+extern uint8_t rf_asksin_toTX(void); // noansi: set CC1101 to TX with recalibration if necessary, returns 0 on success
+#endif
+
+extern void rf_asksin_check_PLL_task(void); // noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
+
+#endif
+
 
 #endif
--- clib/rf_send.c Sat Mar 29 07:17:22 2014
+++ clib/rf_send.c Mon Jun 09 17:11:46 2014
@@ -102,7 +102,9 @@
   LED_ON();
 
   #if defined (HAS_IRRX) || defined (HAS_IRTX) //Blockout IR_Reception for the moment
-    cli();
+  uint8_t sreg;
+  sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
   #endif
 
 #ifdef HAS_MORITZ
@@ -141,7 +143,8 @@
   }
 
   #if defined (HAS_IRRX) || defined (HAS_IRTX) //Activate IR_Reception again
-    sei();
+  //sei();
+  SREG = sreg;
   #endif
 
 #ifdef HAS_MORITZ
--- clib/ringbuffer.c Wed Mar 05 10:03:10 2014
+++ clib/ringbuffer.c Mon Jun 09 02:05:04 2014
@@ -23,28 +23,28 @@
     SREG = sreg;
     return;
   }
-  rb->nbytes++;
   rb->buf[rb->putoff++] = data;
   if(rb->putoff == TTY_BUFSIZE)
     rb->putoff = 0;
+  rb->nbytes++;
   SREG = sreg;
 }
 
 uint8_t
 rb_get(rb_t *rb)
 {
-  uint8_t sreg;
   uint8_t ret;
+  uint8_t sreg;
   sreg = SREG;
   cli();
   if(rb->nbytes == 0) {
     SREG = sreg;
     return 0;
   }
-  rb->nbytes--;
   ret = rb->buf[rb->getoff++];
   if(rb->getoff == TTY_BUFSIZE)
     rb->getoff = 0;
+  rb->nbytes--;
   SREG = sreg;
   return ret;
 }
--- CHANGED Tue Jun 03 17:07:38 2014
+++ CHANGED Mon Jun 09 17:23:56 2014
@@ -1,5 +1,25 @@
-- rpiaddon: initial version for Raspberry PI addon board by Damian Nelson
-
+Version 1.62 (2014-06-08)
+- stability improvements in CDC_Task (reentrance due to interrupt). by noansi
+- unknown or currently unusable AskSin command (Axx) gives little Error Feedback A?\r\n . by noansi
+- disable AskSin with Ax only, as written in doc. by noansi
+Version 1.61 (2014-06-08)
+- check of PLL lock problem generaly implemented as task (so usable for all RF modes with RX), can be configured as board option. by noansi
+- TimeStamp ms counter as configurable board option implemented, so usable with other code, too. by noansi
+- usage of Timer0 only for ms TimeStamp option, runs more stable than Timer3 (?), but only 4ms (8ms IR) increment, restored buffsizes to old value. by noansi
+Version 1.60 (2014-06-07)
+- Version number 1.60 and above needed for 00_CUL.pm to support AskSin TimeStamp mode. by noansi
+- COC: makefile changed, name COC.radio_only -> COC_radio_only. by noansi
+- COC: AskSin support of ms TimeStamp mode. 1ms increment (Timer 3). by noansi
+- CUL: AskSin support of ms TimeStamp mode. CUL_V2_HM 4ms increment (Timer 0), CUL_V4 4ms increment (Timer 0). by noansi
+- CUL: AskSin support of ms TimeStamp mode. CUL_V3 1ms increment (Timer 3). by noansi
+- all: board option HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER, HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_TX for RX TX switching routines with PLL lock check for usage in other modules. by noansi
+- all: board option HAS_MS_TIMER0, HAS_MS_TIMER3 for ms TimeStamp support in AskSin. May be used separately in other modules, too. HAS_MS_TIMER3 with 1ms increment. HAS_MS_TIMER0 with 4ms increment without HAS_IRTX or HAS_IRRX, 8ms increment with. by noansi
+- clock.c: ms TimeStamp in Timer 0 interrupt routine. by noansi
+- AskSin: Timer 3 interrupt routine for 1ms TimeStamp support. by noansi
+- AskSin: ms TimeStamp mode support. Activate with At1 (messages AFF01ttttttttllmm*rr), deactivate with At0. Ping with Apaa* (answer AFF02ttttttttllaa*rr with rr=-138), only usable if TimeStamp mode is enabled. by noansi
+- AskSin: changes in to RX and to TX switching. by noansi
+- AskSin: robustness of AskSin-mode against missing PLL lock with recalibration. Display of respective error message. Disable messages with AP1, reenable with AP0. by noansi
+- display.c: definition and routines for HEX conversion changed. Saves some bytes in program memory. by noansi
 - SCC: inital addition of new RPi extension
 - UNIROLL send routines (currently CUL only) by C_Herrmann
 
--- version.h Fri Mar 14 19:57:58 2014
+++ version.h Mon Jun 09 16:08:00 2014
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
 #define VERSION_1               1
-#define VERSION_2               58
-#define VERSION                 "1.58"
+#define VERSION_2               62
+#define VERSION                 "1.62"

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Antw:Firmware zu CUL und Co. mit Timestamp Option ASKSIN Teil2
« Antwort #1 am: 09 Juni 2014, 19:17:10 »
und der zweite Teil:

--- Devices/AirLinked/board.h.CSM Fri Feb 01 11:07:16 2013
+++ Devices/AirLinked/board.h.CSM Sun Jun 08 19:57:59 2014
@@ -60,10 +60,14 @@
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_RF_ROUTER
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
 
 #define BOARD_ID_STR            "CSM868"
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CSM"
 
 #define TTY_BUFSIZE             132
 
--- Devices/AirLinked/board.h.HM-LC-Sw1-PI Fri Feb 01 11:07:16 2013
+++ Devices/AirLinked/board.h.HM-LC-Sw1-PI Sun Jun 08 19:58:07 2014
@@ -73,10 +73,14 @@
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_RF_ROUTER
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
 
 #define BOARD_ID_STR            "CSM868"
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "HM-LC-Sw1-PI"
 
 #define TTY_BUFSIZE             132
 
--- Devices/AirLinked/board.h.RWE_PSS Fri Feb 01 11:07:16 2013
+++ Devices/AirLinked/board.h.RWE_PSS Sun Jun 08 19:57:11 2014
@@ -55,10 +55,14 @@
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_RF_ROUTER
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
 
 #define BOARD_ID_STR            "CSM868"
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "RWE_PSS"
 
 #define TTY_BUFSIZE             132
 
--- Devices/AirLinked/board.h.zCSM Mon Jul 01 12:05:26 2013
+++ Devices/AirLinked/board.h.zCSM Sun Jun 08 19:56:30 2014
@@ -66,10 +66,14 @@
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_RF_ROUTER
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
 
 #define BOARD_ID_STR            "CSM868"
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "zCSM"
 
 #define TTY_BUFSIZE             132
 
--- Devices/AirLinked/culfw.c Fri Jul 05 13:03:32 2013
+++ Devices/AirLinked/culfw.c Sun Jun 08 19:54:29 2014
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
 #include "intertechno.h"
 #endif
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -134,12 +134,16 @@
 //  }
 
   // Setup the timers. Are needed for watchdog-reset
-#if defined (HAS_IRRX) || defined (HAS_IRTX)
+#ifdef HAS_IRRX
   ir_init();
   // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
   OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
 #else
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
 #endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
@@ -148,6 +152,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
   clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1);
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
@@ -202,6 +216,9 @@
 #endif
 #if defined (HAS_IRRX) || defined (HAS_IRTX)
     ir_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
 
 }
--- Devices/CCD/board.h Mon Mar 17 14:45:54 2014
+++ Devices/CCD/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:00:47 2014
@@ -51,6 +51,9 @@
 #define HAS_RAWSEND                   //
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_MORITZ
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_TX3
@@ -64,6 +67,9 @@
 #define BUSWARE_CSM
 #define BUSWARE_CCD
 #define RPI_TTY_FIX
+
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CCD"
+
 
 #endif
 
--- Devices/CCD/CCD.c Sun Oct 06 21:08:48 2013
+++ Devices/CCD/CCD.c Sun Jun 08 20:02:11 2014
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@
 #include "i2cmaster.h"
 #include "ds1339.h"
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -132,7 +132,11 @@
   // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
   OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
 #else
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
 #endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
@@ -141,6 +145,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
   wdt_enable(WDTO_2S);
@@ -185,6 +199,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_MORITZ
     rf_moritz_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
   }
 
--- Devices/COC/board.h Mon Mar 17 14:45:54 2014
+++ Devices/COC/board.h Sun Jun 08 16:30:54 2014
@@ -45,13 +45,17 @@
 #define HAS_RF_ROUTER                 // PROGMEM: 1248b  RAM: 44b
 
 #define FHTBUF_SIZE          174      //                 RAM: 174b
+//#define FHTBUF_SIZE          168      //                 RAM: 174b -6
 #define RCV_BUCKETS            4      //                 RAM: 25b * bucket
 #define RFR_DEBUG                     // PROGMEM:  354b  RAM: 14b
 #define FULL_CC1100_PA                // PROGMEM:  108b
 #define HAS_RAWSEND                   //
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
 #define HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms increment
 #define HAS_MORITZ
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_TX3
--- Devices/COC/COC.c Fri Mar 14 19:57:58 2014
+++ Devices/COC/COC.c Sun Jun 08 16:52:06 2014
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@
 #include "i2cmaster.h"
 #include "ds1339.h"
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -133,7 +133,11 @@
   // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
   OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
 #else
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
 #endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
@@ -142,6 +146,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
   wdt_enable(WDTO_2S);
@@ -186,6 +200,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_MORITZ
     rf_moritz_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
   }
 
--- Devices/COC/makefile Tue Jun 25 08:38:20 2013
+++ Devices/COC/makefile Sat Jun 07 15:52:46 2014
@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@
 
 all:
  make TARGET=COC COCVERS=FULL mostly_clean build size
- make TARGET=COC.radio_only COCVERS=RADIO_ONLY mostly_clean build size
+ make TARGET=COC_radio_only COCVERS=RADIO_ONLY mostly_clean build size
 
 build: elf hex eep lss sym
 
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@
 program_full: COCVERS=FULL
 program_full: do_program
 
-program_radio_only: TARGET=COC.radio_only
+program_radio_only: TARGET=COC_radio_only
 program_radio_only: COCVERS=RADIO_ONLY
 program_radio_only: do_program
 
--- Devices/CSM/board.h Fri Mar 14 19:57:58 2014
+++ Devices/CSM/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:11:17 2014
@@ -64,6 +64,9 @@
 #define HAS_RF_ROUTER                 // PROGMEM:  920b  RAM: 38b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
 #define HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_MORITZ
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
@@ -142,6 +145,26 @@
 
 #define BOARD_ID_STR            "CSM868"
 #define BOARD_ID_STR433         "CSM433"
+
+#ifdef CSMV2
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CSM_V2"
+#endif
+
+#ifdef CSMV3
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CSM_V3"
+#endif
+
+#ifdef CSMV4
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CSM_V4"
+#endif
+
+#ifdef TUXRAIL
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "TUXRAIL"
+#endif
+
+#ifdef TUXRADIO
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "TUXRADIO"
+#endif
 
 #define HAS_UART                1
 #define UART_BAUD_RATE          38400
--- Devices/CSM/CSM.c Fri Mar 14 19:57:58 2014
+++ Devices/CSM/CSM.c Sun Jun 08 20:13:52 2014
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
 #include "intertechno.h"
 #endif
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -149,7 +149,11 @@
   // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
   OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
 #else
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
 #endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
@@ -158,6 +162,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
   clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1);
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
@@ -206,6 +220,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_IRRX
     ir_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
   }
 
--- Devices/CUL/board.h Fri Apr 18 20:06:04 2014
+++ Devices/CUL/board.h Mon Jun 09 15:46:40 2014
@@ -15,16 +15,18 @@
 #define HAS_FHT_80b                     // PROGMEM: 1374b, RAM: 90b
 #define HAS_FHT_8v                      // PROGMEM:  586b  RAM: 23b
 #define HAS_RF_ROUTER                   // PROGMEM: 1248b  RAM: 44b
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 
 #if defined(CUL_V3) || defined(CUL_V4)
 #  define FHTBUF_SIZE          174      //                 RAM: 174b
+//#  define FHTBUF_SIZE          168      //                 RAM: 174b -6
 #  define RCV_BUCKETS            4      //                 RAM: 25b * bucket
 #  define RFR_DEBUG                     // PROGMEM:  354b  RAM: 14b
 #  define FULL_CC1100_PA                // PROGMEM:  108b
 #  define HAS_RAWSEND                   //
 #  define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
-#  define HAS_ASKSIN
-#  define HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
+#  define HAS_ASKSIN //                 RAM:  1b +1b
+#  define HAS_ASKSIN_FUP //                 RAM:  1b
 #  define HAS_MORITZ
 #  define HAS_RWE
 #  define HAS_ESA
@@ -36,11 +38,15 @@
 #endif
 
 #if defined(CUL_V4)
+#  define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms increment
 #  define TTY_BUFSIZE           64      // RAM: TTY_BUFSIZE*4
 #endif
 
 #if defined(CUL_V3)
+//#  define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#  define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms increment
 #  define TTY_BUFSIZE          128      // RAM: TTY_BUFSIZE*4
+//#  define TTY_BUFSIZE          152     // RAM: TTY_BUFSIZE*4
 #endif
 
 
@@ -53,12 +59,15 @@
 #  define HAS_TX3
 #  define HAS_HOERMANN
 #  undef  HAS_FHT_8v
+#  undef  HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not. Not enough free Flash
 #endif
 
 #ifdef CUL_V2_HM
 #  define CUL_V2
 #  define HAS_ASKSIN
+#  define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms resolution
 #  define TTY_BUFSIZE           64
+//#  define TTY_BUFSIZE           62 // RAM: -8b
 #  define RCV_BUCKETS            2
 #  undef  HAS_RF_ROUTER
 #  undef  HAS_FHT_80b
@@ -90,6 +99,7 @@
 // No features to define below
 
 #include <avr/io.h>
+
 #include <avr/power.h>
 
 #if !defined(clock_prescale_set) && __AVR_LIBC_VERSION__  < 10701UL
--- Devices/CUL/CUL.c Sat Mar 29 07:17:22 2014
+++ Devices/CUL/CUL.c Sun Jun 08 16:51:26 2014
@@ -3,11 +3,16 @@
    Inpired by the MyUSB USBtoSerial demo, Copyright (C) Dean Camera, 2008.
 */
 
+#include <avr/io.h>
+
 #include <avr/boot.h>
 #include <avr/power.h>
 #include <avr/eeprom.h>
 #include <avr/interrupt.h>
-#include <avr/io.h>
+
+//#include <avr/io.h>
+
+
 #include <avr/pgmspace.h>
 #include <avr/wdt.h>
 
@@ -34,7 +39,7 @@
 #ifdef HAS_MEMFN
 #include "memory.h" // getfreemem
 #endif
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_MORITZ
@@ -132,13 +137,33 @@
 
 
   // Setup the timers. Are needed for watchdog-reset
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250
+#ifdef HAS_IRRX
+  ir_init();
+  // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
+  OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
+#else
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
+#endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);       
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
   TIMSK0 = _BV(OCIE0A);
 
   TCCR1A = 0;
-  TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
+  TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12); // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
+
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
 
@@ -178,5 +203,9 @@
 #ifdef HAS_RWE
     rf_rwe_task();
 #endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
+#endif
+
   }
 }
--- Devices/CUN/board.h Wed Jul 11 15:19:20 2012
+++ Devices/CUN/board.h Sat Jun 07 17:21:32 2014
@@ -102,6 +102,8 @@
 #define HAS_RAWSEND                     // PROGMEM:  198b     RAM:  4b
 #define HAS_FASTRF                      // PROGMEM:  362+106  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms resolution
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, only if supported by CPU
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_TX3
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
--- Devices/CUN/CUN.c Tue Nov 27 22:12:52 2012
+++ Devices/CUN/CUN.c Sat Jun 07 18:06:15 2014
@@ -153,13 +153,33 @@
   while(tx_report);                     // reboot if the bss is not initialized
 
   // Setup the timers. Are needed for watchdog-reset
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250
+#ifdef HAS_IRRX
+  ir_init();
+  // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
+  OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
+#else
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
+#endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);       
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
   TIMSK0 = _BV(OCIE0A);
 
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
+
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
 
--- Devices/CUNO/board.h Fri Mar 14 19:57:58 2014
+++ Devices/CUNO/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:20:07 2014
@@ -69,6 +69,9 @@
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
 #define HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_TX3
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
@@ -80,6 +83,7 @@
 
 #define BOARD_ID_STR            "CUNO868"
 #define BOARD_ID_STR433         "CUNO433"
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CUNO"
 
 #define HAS_UART                1
 #define UART_BAUD_RATE          38400
--- Devices/CUNO/CUNO.c Tue Nov 27 22:12:52 2012
+++ Devices/CUNO/CUNO.c Sun Jun 08 20:21:50 2014
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@
 
 #include "i2cmaster.h"
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -147,7 +147,17 @@
 
   // Setup the timers. Are needed for watchdog-reset
 
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#ifdef HAS_IRRX
+  ir_init();
+  // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
+  OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
+#else
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
+#endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
   TIMSK0 = _BV(OCIE0A);
@@ -155,6 +165,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
   clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1);
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
@@ -196,6 +216,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_ETHERNET
     Ethernet_Task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
   }
 
--- Devices/CUNO2/board.h Fri Mar 14 19:57:58 2014
+++ Devices/CUNO2/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:25:49 2014
@@ -66,6 +66,9 @@
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
 #define HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_TX3
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
@@ -138,6 +141,8 @@
 #define TTY_BUFSIZE             1024
 
 #define BUSWARE_CUNO2
+
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CUNO2"
 
 #ifndef eeprom_update_byte
 #define eeprom_update_byte eeprom_write_byte
--- Devices/CUNO2/CUNO2.c Sun Nov 03 00:01:38 2013
+++ Devices/CUNO2/CUNO2.c Sun Jun 08 20:23:40 2014
@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@
 
 #include "i2cmaster.h"
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -156,12 +156,16 @@
 
   // Setup the timers. Are needed for watchdog-reset
 
-#if defined (HAS_IRRX) || defined (HAS_IRTX)
+#ifdef HAS_IRRX
   ir_init();
   // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
-  OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz Fac: 125
+  OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
+#else
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
 #else
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
 #endif
 
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
@@ -171,6 +175,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
   clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1);
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
@@ -249,6 +263,9 @@
 #ifdef HAS_HELIOS
     helios_task();
 #endif   
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
+#endif
   }
 
 }
--- Devices/CUR/board.h Wed Jul 11 15:19:20 2012
+++ Devices/CUR/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:46:24 2014
@@ -25,15 +25,19 @@
 #define FULL_CC1100_PA                  // PROGMEM:  100b
 #define HAS_FASTRF                      // PROGMEM:  362b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_RAWSEND                     // PROGMEM:   90b  RAM:  6b
-#define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_ASKSIN // why is it here?
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_TX3
 #define HAS_HOERMANN
 
 #ifdef CURV3
 #  include "board_v3.h"
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CUR_V3"
 #else
 #  include "board_v2.h"
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "CUR_V2"
 #endif
 
 #endif
--- Devices/CUR/CUR.c Tue Nov 27 22:12:52 2012
+++ Devices/CUR/CUR.c Sun Jun 08 20:37:01 2014
@@ -40,6 +40,10 @@
 #include "fastrf.h"
 #include "rf_router.h"
 
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+#include "rf_asksin.h"
+#endif
+
 df_chip_t df;
 
 const PROGMEM t_fntab fntab[] = {
@@ -106,7 +110,17 @@
   }
 
   // Setup the timers. Are needed for watchdog-reset
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250
+#ifdef HAS_IRRX
+  ir_init();
+  // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
+  OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
+#else
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
+#endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);       
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
   TIMSK0 = _BV(OCIE0A);
@@ -150,5 +164,8 @@
     FastRF_Task();
     rf_router_task();
     JOY_Task();
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
+#endif
   }
 }
--- Devices/CUR/makefile Sun Nov 13 21:23:08 2011
+++ Devices/CUR/makefile Sun Jun 08 20:42:00 2014
@@ -22,6 +22,7 @@
  ../../clib/rf_send.c                                  \
  ../../clib/rf_receive.c                               \
  ../../clib/fht.c                                      \
+ ../../clib/rf_asksin.c                                \
  ../../clib/ttydata.c                                  \
  ../../clib/pcf8833.c                                  \
  ../../clib/menu.c                                     \
--- Devices/CUR/makefile.myusb Sun Nov 01 08:37:40 2009
+++ Devices/CUR/makefile.myusb Sun Jun 08 20:42:47 2014
@@ -22,6 +22,7 @@
  ../../clib/rf_send.c                                  \
  ../../clib/rf_receive.c                               \
  ../../clib/fht.c                                      \
+ ../../clib/rf_asksin.c                                \
  ../../clib/ttydata.c                                  \
  ../../clib/pcf8833.c                                  \
  ../../clib/menu.c                                     \
--- Devices/RFbee/board.h Thu Mar 13 23:05:46 2014
+++ Devices/RFbee/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:50:21 2014
@@ -11,6 +11,9 @@
 #define HAS_FASTRF // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
 #define HAS_ASKSIN_FUP
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #undef  HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
 #define HAS_MORITZ
@@ -53,6 +56,7 @@
 #define LED_PIN 6
 
 #define BOARD_ID_STR "RFbee"
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "RFbee"
 
 #define HAS_UART 1
 #define UART_BAUD_RATE 38400
--- Devices/RFbee/RFbee.c Thu Mar 13 23:05:46 2014
+++ Devices/RFbee/RFbee.c Sun Jun 08 20:48:41 2014
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
 #include "intertechno.h"
 #endif
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -107,7 +107,17 @@
  eeprom_init();
 
  // Setup the timers. Are needed for watchdog-reset
- OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#ifdef HAS_IRRX
+ ir_init();
+ // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
+ OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
+#else
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+ OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+ OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
+#endif
  TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
  TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
  TIMSK0 = _BV(OCIE0A);
@@ -115,6 +125,16 @@
  TCCR1A = 0;
  TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+ uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+ cli();
+ OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+ SREG = sreg;
+ TCCR3A = 0;
+ TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+ TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
  clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1);
 
  MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
@@ -153,6 +173,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_RWE
  rf_rwe_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
  }
 }
--- Devices/SCC/board.h Mon Mar 17 14:50:20 2014
+++ Devices/SCC/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:52:46 2014
@@ -49,6 +49,9 @@
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_RF_ROUTER                 // PROGMEM:  920b  RAM: 38b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_MORITZ
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
@@ -77,5 +80,7 @@
 #define BUSWARE_CSM
 #define BUSWARE_SCC
 #define RPI_TTY_FIX
+
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "SCC"
 
 #endif
--- Devices/SCC/SCC.c Mon Mar 17 14:50:20 2014
+++ Devices/SCC/SCC.c Sun Jun 08 20:54:05 2014
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
 #include "intertechno.h"
 #endif
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -132,7 +132,17 @@
 //  }
 
   // Setup the timers. Are needed for watchdog-reset
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#ifdef HAS_IRRX
+  ir_init();
+  // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
+  OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
+#else
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
+#endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
   TIMSK0 = _BV(OCIE0A);
@@ -140,6 +150,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
   clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1);
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
@@ -189,6 +209,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_STACKING
   stacking_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
 
   }
--- Devices/TuxRadio/board.h Wed Jul 11 15:19:20 2012
+++ Devices/TuxRadio/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:59:48 2014
@@ -67,8 +67,12 @@
 #define HAS_RAWSEND                   //
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 //#define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 //#define HAS_ESA
 
 #define BUSWARE_CSM
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "TuxRadio"
 
 #endif
--- Devices/TuxRadio/CSM.c Tue Nov 27 22:12:52 2012
+++ Devices/TuxRadio/CSM.c Sun Jun 08 21:01:19 2014
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
 #include "rf_router.h"
 #include "memory.h"
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -108,7 +108,11 @@
   // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
   OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
 #else
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
 #endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
@@ -117,6 +121,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
   wdt_enable(WDTO_2S);
@@ -161,6 +175,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_IRRX
     ir_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
   }
 
--- Devices/TuxRadio2/board.h Fri Jan 11 14:08:54 2013
+++ Devices/TuxRadio2/board.h Sun Jun 08 21:04:11 2014
@@ -51,6 +51,9 @@
 #define HAS_RAWSEND                   //
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_TX3
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
@@ -59,6 +62,8 @@
 #define HAS_MORITZ
 
 #define BUSWARE_CSM
+
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "TuxRadio2"
 
 #endif
 
--- Devices/TuxRadio2/CSM.c Sat Sep 21 18:10:34 2013
+++ Devices/TuxRadio2/CSM.c Sun Jun 08 21:02:41 2014
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
 #include "rf_moritz.h"
 #endif
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -112,7 +112,11 @@
   // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
   OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
 #else
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
 #endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
@@ -121,6 +125,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
   wdt_enable(WDTO_2S);
@@ -168,6 +182,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_MORITZ
     rf_moritz_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
 
   }
--- Devices/zCSM/board.h Fri Apr 12 16:03:32 2013
+++ Devices/zCSM/board.h Sun Jun 08 20:55:54 2014
@@ -51,6 +51,9 @@
 #define HAS_RAWSEND                   //
 #define HAS_FASTRF                    // PROGMEM:  468b  RAM:  1b
 #define HAS_ASKSIN
+//#define HAS_MS_TIMER3 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer3 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c
+#define HAS_MS_TIMER0 // RAM: +5b noansi: Timer0 for ms timestamp counter in asksin.c, 4ms (IR 8ms) increment
+#define HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER // RAM: +1b noansi: check for PLL Lock and try recalibration, if not
 #define HAS_MORITZ
 #define HAS_ESA
 #define HAS_INTERTECHNO
@@ -64,5 +67,7 @@
 #define TTY_BUFSIZE             128
 
 #define BUSWARE_CSM
+
+//#define CUL_HW_REVISION "zCSM"
 
 #endif
--- Devices/zCSM/CSM.c Fri Apr 12 16:03:32 2013
+++ Devices/zCSM/CSM.c Sun Jun 08 20:56:56 2014
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
 #include "intertechno.h"
 #endif
 
-#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN
+#if defined(HAS_ASKSIN) || defined(HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) || defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
 #include "rf_asksin.h"
 #endif
 
@@ -148,7 +148,11 @@
   // IR uses highspeed TIMER0 for sampling
   OCR0A  = 1;                              // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/2   == 15625Hz
 #else
-  OCR0A  = 249;                            // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 == 125Hz
+#if defined(HAS_MS_TIMER0) && !defined(HAS_MS_TIMER3)
+  OCR0A  = 124; // Timer0: 0.004s = 8MHz/256/125 interrupt clock
+#else
+  OCR0A  = 249; // Timer0: 0.008s = 8MHz/256/250 interrupt clock
+#endif
 #endif
   TCCR0B = _BV(CS02);
   TCCR0A = _BV(WGM01);
@@ -157,6 +161,16 @@
   TCCR1A = 0;
   TCCR1B = _BV(CS11) | _BV(WGM12);         // Timer1: 1us = 8MHz/8
 
+#ifdef HAS_MS_TIMER3
+  uint8_t sreg = SREG;
+  cli();
+  OCR3A = 999; // 999 -> Timer3: 1ms = 8MHz/8/1000 interrupt clock
+  SREG = sreg;
+  TCCR3A = 0;
+  TCCR3B = _BV(CS31) | _BV(WGM32); // Timer3: 1us = 8MHz/8 base clock
+  TIMSK3 = _BV(OCIE3A);
+#endif
+
   clock_prescale_set(clock_div_1);
 
   MCUSR &= ~(1 << WDRF);                   // Enable the watchdog
@@ -205,6 +219,9 @@
 #endif
 #ifdef HAS_MORITZ
     rf_moritz_task();
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER
+    rf_asksin_check_PLL_task();
 #endif
 
   }

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Antw:Firmware zu CUL und Co. mit Timestamp Option ASKSIN Teil1
« Antwort #2 am: 09 Juni 2014, 19:41:04 »
Hallo Rudolf,


wie Du vermutlich bemerkst, habe ich nicht nur die TimeStamp Option eingebaut, sondern auch meinen PLL lock check und recover als Task (so weit er in den Speicher passt). Den ms TimeStamp counter habe ich als board Option ebenfalls allgemein eingebaut, falls es jemand brauchen kann.

Außerdem habe ich Änderungen am cdcLUFA CDC_Task vorgenommen. Irgenwas ist meinem Gefühl nach da noch nicht richtig mit dem USB Handling oder TTY Buffer Handling.
Ich sehe es doch richtig, dass der auch im USB Interrupt ausgeführt wird? Daher einige Bemühungen, es sicherer gegen eine zweiten Interrupt bedingten Aufruf zumachen. Da hat auch schon jemand in der Richtung gearbeitet.
Zur Stabilität hat es beigetragen und hoffentlich keine Nebenwirkungen beim Empfang.
Allerdings kommt es immer noch vor, dass "unknown command" vom CUL kommt. Ich hatte in vorherigen Versionen auch den Zustand, dass merkwürdige Zeitstempel oder ganz falsche Zeichen zurück kamen, was sich alles danach anfühlt, als ob sich da irgend was überholt.

Vielleicht hat ja jemand noch einen Tip für mich. Ich sehe jedenfalls spontan nicht, was das mit der Timestamp Option zu tun haben soll, außer, dass mit jedem Empfangstelegramm 12 Bytes mehr an den USB-Host (Zentrale) gesendet werden müssen.

Die Änderung in display.c bezügich der HEX Wandlung und Wechsel von int8_t zu uint8_t hat noch ein paar bytes gebracht, was für CUL_V2 interessant sein kann.

Ich habe die Änderungen in alle Hardwarezweige mit HAS_ASKSIN eingebaut, allerdings bisher nur CUL und COC compiliert und mit CUL_V3 und COC im Test.


Gruß, Ansgar.

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« Antwort #3 am: 09 Juni 2014, 20:01:13 »
Hallo Rudolf,

und hier noch die Kurzbeschreibung zu den zusätzlichen A Befehlen:

- t<x>   Enable (x=1) or disable (x=0) TimeStamp mode. Messages ar sent in the form: iiiittttttttaa*

    iiii - ID= FF01
    tttttttt - TimeStamp of reception in ms (but 4ms / 8ms)
    aa* - a normal AskSin message like if TimeStamp mode is disabled

- pmm*   Request a ping answer in TimeStamp mode. mm* is send back in the message.

    The Ping puts FF02 as ID in front of the message. So the form is: iiiittttttttllmm*rr

    iiii - ID= FF02
    tttttttt - TimeStamp of reception in ms (but 4ms / 8ms)
    ll - length of mm* in bytes (so half the number of digits sent). Be carefull not to flood the buffers!
    mm* - the message sent with the ping
    rr - fixed rssi value of (-138)

   Ping is only valid, if TimeStamp mode is switched on (once with At1).

- P<x>   Disable (x=1) or enable (x=0) PLL Lock error messages.

Bei einem unbekannten A Kommando, oder wenn es gerade nicht zulässig ist, wird A?\r\n zurück geliefert. Es wird nur noch mit Ax der AskSin Modus abgeschaltet.

Gruß, Ansgar.

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« Antwort #4 am: 11 Juni 2014, 17:04:28 »
Hallo,

ich habe in meiner Installation (FritzBox 7390 mit CUL) die Erweiterungen der CUL Firmware von noansi / Ansgar  (Register PLLNOLOCK und Timing für CUL) zusammen mit der für das Timing erweiterteten 00_CUL.pm von Martin getestet.

Beide Features haben bei mir die Stabilität HM Kommunikation deutlich verbessert - Details siehe hier: http://forum.fhem.de/index.php/topic,23223.msg175978.html#msg175978

Ich würde mich freuen, wenn die Erweiterungen in den Standard einfliessen würden.

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« Antwort #5 am: 12 Juni 2014, 09:03:23 »
Folgende Punkte sind mir beim durchfliegen aufgefallen:
- es sind etwa 80 kb an Diffs, das ist zu viel um es zu verstehen und zu testen, bzw. falls Probleme gibt es sauber auf eine Aenderung zurueckzufuehren. Ein Patch sollte minimal sein, nur das aendern, was man erwartet, und das sollte nur eine Sache pro Patchdatei sein. Nach dem Motto: Patch1: PLL_LOCK. Patch2: AskSin Timer.
- es gibt mAn viele unnoetige Umformatierungen, Kommentar-Aenderungen, etc. Insb. sowas wie "??? Needed?" fuer neue Zeilen ist ein No-Go. Entweder weiss man, was man tut, oder nicht.
- es wird an vielen Stellen auskommentierter Code eingefuegt. Das ist selbst fuer alten Code nicht erwuenscht, fuer Historie gibt es SVN.
- Aenderungen auf Verdacht (wie in cdc/display/ringbuffer/intertechno/etc), die keine konkreten Probleme loesen, werde ich nicht uebernehmen, auch nicht, wenn sie als einzel-Patch kommen.
- mein geliebtes CUL_V2 past nicht mehr in die 12k rein (30 Bytes+). Hat mit AskSin nix am Hut, muss trotzdem leiden.
- fuer Asksin-Timer sollte man die existierende ticks Variable nehmen: 8ms Aufloesung sollten Martin reichen, es ist auf allen Geraeten gleich (debugging einfacher), es bleibt noch ein HW-Timer uebrig, falls man es wirklich braucht. Einen "ping" kann man damit auch sparen, da eine Zeitabfrage gibt es bereits, und die CPU muss 1000 Interrupts in der Sekunde weniger verarbeiten. Die Code-Aenderung ist minimal und das ist mir wichtig.
- rf_asksin_check_PLL_task wird auch dann ausgefuehrt, falls das Geraet gar nicht in HM-Modus ist. Funktioniert das ueberhaupt in SlowRF Modus?
- warum ist ein separater HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_TX und HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_RX notwendig?
- das Ganze rf_asksin.c ist in "HAS_ASKSIN" eingepackt. Da sind einzelne "#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN" fuer weitere includes unnoetig.

In diesem Zustand werde ich die Patches nicht uebernehmen.

Grosse Dateien (und diffs generell) sollte man als Anhang posten, dann kann man Fehler beim Copy&Paste sparen.

Gruss,
  Rudi

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Antw:Firmware zu CUL und Co. mit Timestamp Option ASKSIN Teil1
« Antwort #6 am: 13 Juni 2014, 01:28:16 »
Hallo Rudolf,


danke für Deine Instruktionen.

Zitat
- es sind etwa 80 kb an Diffs, das ist zu viel um es zu verstehen und zu testen, bzw. falls Probleme gibt es sauber auf eine Aenderung zurueckzufuehren. Ein Patch sollte minimal sein, nur das aendern, was man erwartet, und das sollte nur eine Sache pro Patchdatei sein. Nach dem Motto: Patch1: PLL_LOCK. Patch2: AskSin Timer.
Ok, ich zerlege es einzelne patches.

Zitat
- es gibt mAn viele unnoetige Umformatierungen, Kommentar-Aenderungen, etc. Insb. sowas wie "??? Needed?" fuer neue Zeilen ist ein No-Go. Entweder weiss man, was man tut, oder nicht.
Die Umformatierungen erleichtern die Lesbarkeit meiner Meinung nach durch deutlichere Abgrenzungen. Das ist natürlich Geschmackssache.
Zu den Fragezeichen: Hatte ich schon welche vorgefunden (USB-Shutdown) und wenn etwas unklar ist, halte ich es für besser, es kenntlich zu machen. Ggf. lassen sich da dann zukünftig mal ein paar Bytes sparen oder jemand anderes kommt einer Problemlösung etwas näher. Bei der Bootloadervorbereitung war nicht klar, ob der Timer 3 Interrupt weiter laufen darf oder nicht, da er ja zunächst nichts gravierendes tut, respektive man auch erwarten kann, dass ein bootloader einen definierten Zustand herstellt.

Zitat
- es wird an vielen Stellen auskommentierter Code eingefuegt. Das ist selbst fuer alten Code nicht erwuenscht, fuer Historie gibt es SVN.
Ok, werf ich raus. Bei display.c hatte ich etwas mit code gespielt, in der Hoffnung noch ein paar bytes mehr raus kitzeln zu können. Der Compiler macht das da aber schon gut.
Textausgaben zu Debuggingzwecken halte ich aber für sinnvoll drin zu lassen, damit man sie bei Bedarf nochmal aktivieren kann. Nebenbei sind das auch Hinweise für Schwachstellen an denen schon mal Probleme aufgetaucht sind.

Zitat
- Aenderungen auf Verdacht (wie in cdc/display/ringbuffer/intertechno/etc), die keine konkreten Probleme loesen, werde ich nicht uebernehmen, auch nicht, wenn sie als einzel-Patch kommen.
Kann ich weg lassen.
Aber in display.c habe ich mit dem Wechsel auf uint8_t ein paar verschenkte bytes gefunden, die auch Dich in CULV2 interessieren könnten.
Und bei cdc vermute ich ein schlummerndes Interrupt Reentranz Problem in Bezug auf merkwürdige Ausgaben von "unkown command" mit Text für unbekannte Kommandos, der aus dem Ausgabepuffer stammen muss (Empfangsdaten tauchten da schon mal auf). Nur fehlenden Zeichen ließem sich mit Überlastung erklären. Aber TX-Daten im Empfangsstrom muss was anderes sein, im ungünstigsten Fall Stacküberlauf.

Zitat
- mein geliebtes CUL_V2 past nicht mehr in die 12k rein (30 Bytes+). Hat mit AskSin nix am Hut, muss trotzdem leiden.
Ich habe leider noch nicht genug verschenkte Bytes gefunden, das Ziel ist aber nicht aus den Augen verloren.

Zitat
- fuer Asksin-Timer sollte man die existierende ticks Variable nehmen: 8ms Aufloesung sollten Martin reichen, es ist auf allen Geraeten gleich (debugging einfacher), es bleibt noch ein HW-Timer uebrig, falls man es wirklich braucht. Einen "ping" kann man damit auch sparen, da eine Zeitabfrage gibt es bereits, und die CPU muss 1000 Interrupts in der Sekunde weniger verarbeiten. Die Code-Aenderung ist minimal und das ist mir wichtig.
Von Timer3 habe ich mich schon verabschiedet und schmeiss den auch wieder ganz raus.
An die laufende Timervariable habe ich auch schon gedacht und denke Martin zu einer kleinen Multiplikation überreden zu können, so dass ich mit Multiplikation/Shift die CUL auch nicht belasten muss, nur um wirklich ms auszugeben. Vorher werde ich das aber noch im "Selbstversuch" und mit Tobias, so er möchte, genauer untersuchen, ob die 8ms für die Resends nachteilig sind. 4ms Inkrement läuft jedenfalls ganz gut.

Der Ping, so wie ich ihn eingebaut habe, hat den Vorteil, Daten nach Wunsch einbauen zu können und damit auch wiedererkennbar durch den normalen Empfang über MAIN zu schicken, statt auf die Antwort zu warten. Das eröffnet zusätzliche Möglichkeiten für Zeitmessungen, insbesondere in der Umgebung mit anderen Geräten. Mit apptime sehe ich da schon einen gewissen Bedarf.  Daher werde ich ihn nicht rauswerfen, sondern per define als board Option einbauen, so dass man ihn bei Bedarf weg lassen kann.

Zitat
- rf_asksin_check_PLL_task wird auch dann ausgefuehrt, falls das Geraet gar nicht in HM-Modus ist. Funktioniert das ueberhaupt in SlowRF Modus?
PLL lock muss sein, so wie ich die Doku zum chip verstehe, sonst läuft der Oszillator nicht richtig. Das Ergebnis ist ausbleibender Empfang. Ich checke ja nur bei bestehendem RX-State, ob auch der PLL eingerastet ist und falls nicht, wird nur neu kalibriert, was keine Einstellungen verändert.
So ist genau mein Problemfall im RX Zustand und tritt auch bei Tobias auf, wie er in seinen Logs jetzt auch sehen kann. Ist der Chip in einem anderen State oder der Lock ist da, dann kostet die Prüfung nur ein paar Taktzyklen. Das stört bei meinen Slow-RF Tests bisher nicht (teste ich auf CUL433 und COC mit ELV WS Sensoren).

Zitat
- warum ist ein separater HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_TX und HAS_ASKSIN_PLL_HELPER_RX notwendig?
Weil die TX nur für interessierte Nutzer drin geblieben ist. Derzeit ist es nicht definiert und belastet daher auch nicht den Flashspeicher. Wenn andere diese Varainte mit Lock Prüfung aber für sich entdecken, ist es nur eine Frage des mit rein compilierens. Laut chip Doku sollte man vor RX und TX auf PLL lock checken.

Zitat
- das Ganze rf_asksin.c ist in "HAS_ASKSIN" eingepackt. Da sind einzelne "#ifdef HAS_ASKSIN" fuer weitere includes unnoetig.
Das hast Du beim Überfliegen vermutlich nicht richtig gesehen, dass es in der Änderung nicht mehr komplett darin eingepackt ist, damit man Timer3, die PLLLOCK Routinen und AskSin einzeln per #defines nach Bedarf reinnehmen kann.

Zitat
Grosse Dateien (und diffs generell) sollte man als Anhang posten, dann kann man Fehler beim Copy&Paste sparen.
Und mal was zum lachen, ich hab die Option für die Dateianhänge schon in den Icons gesucht und dachte, ich dürfte nicht... und bin eben erst auf den Gedanken gekommen, die erweiterten Optionen mal auf zu klappen...


Gruß, Ansgar.
« Letzte Änderung: 13 Juni 2014, 01:51:38 von noansi »

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« Antwort #7 am: 15 Juni 2014, 13:54:23 »
Hallo Rudolf,

hier der neue erste Teil zum Firmware Änderungswunsch.

Ich habe die PLL lock Funktionen nun in eine sparate Datei gepackt (cc1101_pllcheck.*). Da WinMerge da nicht mitgespielt hat sind die beiden neue Dateien in clib_PLLLOCK_new_files_not_in_diff.tgz.

In PLLLOCK_V1.58.DIFF.GZ das diff zu den Dateien, die ich in 428-trunk vom 14.6.14 10:40 vorgefunden und meine Änderung darin eingepflegt (und auf CUL V3 und COC getestet) habe. Sind leider viele Unterschiede, weil die boards angepackt werden müssen.

In culfw-code-428-trunk_my_V1.58_PLLLOCK.tgz sind nochmal alle geänderten Dateien komplett drin. Auch die Firmware HEX Files für CUL und COC.

Mit Rücksicht auf den Speicherplatz bei CUL_V2 sind die eingebauten Meldungen etwas knapper geworden.
"PLL0" besagt, dass in RX der PLL Lock beim Test nicht vorhanden war.
"PLL1" besagt, dass der Rekalibrierversuch ebenfalls nicht zu einem PLL Lock geführt hat.

Außerdem habe ich das ganze mit #defines konfigurierbar gemacht, so dass man nach Bedarf einbauen kann, was benötig wird.

Die Änderung in display.h ist ebenfalls drin, mit Rücksicht auf Deinen CUL_V2 Wunsch, um Flashspeicher zu sparen. Außerdem habe ich darin schon die 32-Bit Hex Ausgabe vorbereitet, die ich für den nächsten Step mit Timestamp brauche. Auch dies wieder mit define, um es rein nehmen zu können, wenn es gebraucht wird.

In CUL_V2 passt der PLL lock check rein (12258bytes + 8data).

Ich hoffe, das passt jetzt so.

Edit: Anhang gelöscht, da update siehe unten.

Danke und Gruß,

Ansgar.
« Letzte Änderung: 20 August 2016, 10:33:08 von noansi »

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« Antwort #8 am: 15 Juni 2014, 16:18:37 »
Zitat
Ich habe die PLL lock Funktionen nun in eine sparate Datei gepackt (cc1101_pllcheck.*).

Das war ein gute Idee.  Eine weniger gute ist pllcheck fuer alle Modi zu aktivieren. Bisher trat das Problem nur mit HomeMatic auf, und es wurde mWn nicht mit allen anderen Protokollen getestet. Ich will nicht Code auf Verdacht ohne Grund bzw Test&Nachweis einbauen.

Zitat
Da WinMerge da nicht mitgespielt hat sind die beiden neue Dateien in clib_PLLLOCK_new_files_not_in_diff.tgz.

Apropos Windows: deine Datei ist voller CR/NL, ich hoffe, dass mein patch-Programm das ueberall erfolgreich loeschen konnte, er hat sich jedenfalls reichlich beschwert.

Die Änderung in display.h ist ebenfalls drin, mit Rücksicht auf Deinen CUL_V2 Wunsch, um Flashspeicher zu sparen.
Haette nicht drin sein sollen, nach dem Motto: "Eine Problem: Ein Patch"

Deine Aenderung in display.c spart in der Tat 8 Bytes. Ich habe eine Weile nach dem Ausloeser gesucht: es stellt sich raus dass int_8 als Laufvariable unguenstiger ist, als uint_8. Ich habe in den beiden Funktionen ein 'u' hinzugeufuegt, und 28 Bytes gespart. Danke fuer den Anstoss.

Mit dem PLL-Check ist CUL_V2 immer noch 12384+8 (==zu) gross. Evtl. kann man mit neuerem Compiler was kleineres bauen (meins ist 4.3.3), allerdings hatten neuere (4.6.x?) Probleme lauffaehigen Code fuer RFR zu bauen.


Ich habe cc1101_RX_check_PLL_wait_task jetzt ins rf_asksin_task verfrachtet (macht den Patch 30% kleiner), stoert CUL_V2 nicht, und aendert nur da was, wo es noetig war und getestet wurde.

Das Leerzeichen hinter dem \ in TuxRadio2/makefile hat mich 'ne weile lang geaergert: bitte sowas selbst testen, indem du ein make in Devices durchfuehrst.

Habe die Versionsnummer auf 1.59 geaendert mit einem CUL_V4 kurz getestet und eingecheckt.

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Antw:Firmware zu CUL und Co. mit Timestamp Option ASKSIN Teil1
« Antwort #9 am: 15 Juni 2014, 17:35:25 »
Hallo Rudolf,

Zitat
Eine weniger gute ist pllcheck fuer alle Modi zu aktivieren. Bisher trat das Problem nur mit HomeMatic auf, und es wurde mWn nicht mit allen anderen Protokollen getestet. Ich will nicht Code auf Verdacht ohne Grund bzw Test&Nachweis einbauen.

Ich habe jetzt meine Problem-CUL zur CUL_WS umfunktioniert und schaue, ob ich es so konfiguriert (also ohne rfmode HomeMatic) mit loggen kann. Den Empfang stört es jedenfalls erkennbar nicht.
Ich werde berichten.


Zitat
Apropos Windows: deine Datei ist voller CR/NL, ich hoffe, dass mein patch-Programm das ueberall erfolgreich loeschen konnte, er hat sich jedenfalls reichlich beschwert.

Danke für den Hinweis. Ich nutze mittlerweile  Visual C zum Editieren. Das ist aber nicht das Problem.
WinMerge macht leider die CR/LF in die patch Datei.  :(


Zitat
Mit dem PLL-Check ist CUL_V2 immer noch 12384+8 (==zu) gross. Evtl. kann man mit neuerem Compiler was kleineres bauen (meins ist 4.3.3), allerdings hatten neuere (4.6.x?) Probleme lauffaehigen Code fuer RFR zu bauen.

Ich nutze den avr-gcc 4.7.2 . Damit kommt code raus, der anscheinend auf CUL_V3 und COC auch läuft. Und damit habe ich die genannte Größe von 12258bytes + 8data für CUL_V2 raus bekommen.

Wie äußerten sich die Compiler-Probleme, die Du hattest?


Zitat
Das Leerzeichen hinter dem \ in TuxRadio2/makefile hat mich 'ne weile lang geaergert: bitte sowas selbst testen, indem du ein make in Devices durchfuehrst.

Verflixt, entschuldige, hat mich auch geärgert und ich hatte es auch auf dem Pi getestet und geändert, aber dann wohl vergessen es in mein Änderungsverzeichnis zurück zu kopieren. Weil ich es gestet habe, ist auch das makefile in Devices geändert, weil da ein make clean fehlte.


Zitat
Habe die Versionsnummer auf 1.59 geaendert mit einem CUL_V4 kurz getestet und eingecheckt.

Dauert das etwas, bis alles auf SVN aktualisiert ist? Ich sehe Deine Änderungen nur zum Teil. In clib taucht es gar nicht auf (cc1101_pllcheck.* und auch display.* ist unverändert). Oder schlagen da die CR/LF aus dem diff zu?


Gruß und danke,

Ansgar.

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« Antwort #10 am: 15 Juni 2014, 17:56:08 »
 
Zitat
Den Empfang stört es jedenfalls erkennbar nicht.
Es geht mir eher darum, ob es hilft, und weniger, ob es stoert :)


Zitat
Wie äußerten sich die Compiler-Probleme, die Du hattest?
RFR ging nicht. Und ich hatte keine Zeit/Lust zu analysieren, woran es genau liegt.


Zitat
Ich sehe Deine Änderungen nur zum Teil.
Danke fuer den Hinweis. War wohl zu sehr im Hektik, und habe das commit im falschen Verzeichnis durchgefuehrt.
Jetzt sollte es korrigiert sein.

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« Antwort #11 am: 15 Juni 2014, 18:53:13 »
Hallo Rudolf,

es gehört zwar nicht hierher, aber mir sind da gerade noch zwei Unschärfen in cc1100.c aufgefallen.

In ccTX() steht:

  while(cnt-- && (ccStrobe( CC1100_STX ) & 0x70) != 2)
   my_delay_us(10);

und müsste lauten

  while(cnt-- && (ccStrobe( CC1100_STX ) & 0x70) != 0x20)
   my_delay_us(10);


In ccRX() steht:

  while(cnt-- && (ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ) & 0x70) != 1)
    my_delay_us(10);

und müsste lauten

  while(cnt-- && (ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ) & 0x70) != 0x10)
    my_delay_us(10);

Im bisherigen Zustand warten beide Routinen zuverlässig 2550µs+Schleifenrechenzeit. Aber gedacht war das wohl nicht so. Eigentlich sollten die jeweils nur so lange den Strobe schicken, bis im Status der jeweilige Zustand zurück gemeldet wird.


Gruß, Ansgar.

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« Antwort #12 am: 21 Juni 2014, 11:56:53 »
Ich gebe dir recht, dass (EGALWAS & 0x70) != 2 ist. Ich weiss aber nicht mehr(?), warum 0x70 mit 0x20 oder 0x10 verglichen werden soll. Kannst Du mir auf die Spruenge helfen, am besten mit Hinweis auf die Doku?

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« Antwort #13 am: 21 Juni 2014, 18:59:45 »
Hallo Rudolf,


auf Seite 31 der cc1101 Doku steht es in Table 23: Status Byte Summary.

Auch die cc1100.h hat die Konstanten drin unter // Chip Status Byte, so dass der code lesbarer so aussehen kann:

in ccTX:

  while(cnt-- && (ccStrobe( CC1100_STX ) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) != CC1100_STATE_TX)
    my_delay_us(10);

in ccRX:

  while(cnt-- && (ccStrobe( CC1100_SRX ) & CC1100_STATUS_STATE_BM) != CC1100_STATE_RX)   
    my_delay_us(10);


In rf_router.c hat jemand Kommentare zu Zeiten in rf_router_ping(void) hinterlassen.
Magische Wartezeiten ohne nachvollziehbaren Kommentar habe ich auch schon an Umschaltpunkten gesehen. Wenn die (Umschalt-)Zeiten in manchen Protokollen von Bedeutung sind (was ich leider nicht weiß), dann würde eine Korrektur natürlich ggf. weitere Anpassungen zu Wartezeiten nach sich ziehen. Auf Seite 54 der cc1101 Doku gibt es eine Tabelle mit den Umschaltzeiten des cc1101 zum Vergleich.

Richtig ist es natürlich nicht ein Timing auf einem Bug aufzubauen.

Gruß,

Ansgar.

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« Antwort #14 am: 21 Juni 2014, 20:06:27 »
Hallo Rudolf,

Zitat
Ich habe cc1101_RX_check_PLL_wait_task jetzt ins rf_asksin_task verfrachtet (macht den Patch 30% kleiner), stoert CUL_V2 nicht, und aendert nur da was, wo es noetig war und getestet wurde.

Ich habe nun eine längere Testlaufzeit auch mit CUL_WS und CUL verbose 2 mit meiner PLL-Problem CUL hinter mich gebracht.

Das PLL Lock Problem ist offenbar an die Umschaltung auf RX (oder auch TX) gebunden (wie auch durch AUTOCAL zu erwarten). Ohne Umschaltung zeigt sich bisher kein PLL0 Log Eintrag.

Allerdings führt das immer noch vorhandene (vermutlich) USB Problem trotz CUL_WS Konfiguration (also nur Empfang) zu folgenden Einträgen mit PLL0:

2014.06.18 01:17:09 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:17:20 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) e f m l t u x is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:25:41 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message PLL0
2014.06.18 01:25:41 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (PLL0 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:26:03 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (PLL0 is unknown K517741691A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:26:27 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (PLL0 is un i A Z E G K41892166DF is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:28:38 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (PLL0 is2 B b C  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:28:53 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (PLL0 E G M K UK2167010037 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:28:58 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:29:22 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:29:40 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:30:44 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( i is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:31:49 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( i is unkno V W X e is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:31:52 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( i in A Z E GK517741691A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 01:31:52 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (  K5177416937 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x

oder:

2014.06.18 18:41:26 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is unk V W X e f m l t K517551 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 18:41:29 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 18:41:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 18:41:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) U e f m l t u x is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 18:58:53 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message PLL0
2014.06.18 18:58:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (PLL0 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 18:59:18 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (PLL0 is unknow X e f m l t u xK7116026117 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 18:59:24 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (PLL0 is unkone of B is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:01:48 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (PLL0 isZ E G M K K5175516 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:01:49 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (PLL0 C F i A ZK0107525709 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:02:00 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:02:01 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is uT V W X e K2165010037 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:02:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( 0 B b C F K7116026 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:02:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:02:51 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is T V W X e K1100020022 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:03:29 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( 2B b C F iK61814166FF is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.18 19:04:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?nB b C F i K170 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x

in den letzten 2 Tagen ist allerdings seit einem Neustart Ruhe, so dass es typisch bei beiden CUL_WS Culs so aussieht ohne PLL0 Eintrag:

2014.06.21 04:22:59 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 04:31:46 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 04:46:27 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 04:55:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 04:58:11 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:06:59 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:09:55 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:21:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:27:31 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:30:27 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:30:27 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:38:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.21 05:39:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:41:50 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.21 05:42:11 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:45:07 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:45:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:45:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:48:03 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 05:50:59 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:05:14 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.21 06:08:35 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:11:31 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:11:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:14:27 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:20:19 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:20:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:26:11 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:26:11 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:29:07 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:29:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:32:03 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:32:03 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:37:55 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:40:51 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:46:43 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:46:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:49:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:52:02 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.21 06:52:35 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 06:55:31 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:01:24 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:04:20 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:07:16 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:07:16 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:10:11 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:13:07 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:16:03 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:16:04 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:21:55 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:24:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.21 07:27:47 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:33:39 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:36:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:39:31 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:54:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:54:20 1: Error: S300TH CUL_WS Cannot decode K0700B3F8 (sanitycheck). Malformed
2014.06.21 07:57:07 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 07:57:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:00:03 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:02:59 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:08:51 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:11:47 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:20:36 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:26:27 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:29:23 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:38:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K00
2014.06.21 08:41:07 2: CUL_433: unknown message K00

Bei RF-Routern z.B., die gelegentlich schweigen, kann der PLL-Check ggf. also auch helfen. Ich habe derzeit keine Testmöglichkeit dazu.


Da, wie in den Logs zu sehen, irgendwie Ausgangsdaten wieder in den Eingangspuffer (oder Befehlspuffer) geraten, führt ein Kxx* zu einem Sendeversuch. Damit zu einer State Umschaltung. Dabei kommt dann der PLL Check Code in der Hauptschleife doch gelegentlich zum Zug.

Auch in den Logs zu sehen, ist der Versuch, den TX-Buffer an USB zu leeren, während das bereits passiert (die Ausgabe der Befehlsliste wird davon unterbrochen).

Wo im Code es genau zu dem Problem mit den Ausgangsdaten im Eingabestrom kommt, habe ich noch nicht gefunden.
Da ich das bei COC noch nicht beobachtet habe, denke ich, dass das Problem im USB Bereich des Code liegt.

Hier noch mehr Log zum Problem:

2014.06.19 05:00:26 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:00:26 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown)  K2165010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:00:42 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknown A Z K0197615 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:00:48 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unk i A Z E GK7191 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:00:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:00:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:03:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is is T V W X e K1702710700AEC81K41814166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:03:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is owK0197615806 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:03:41 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:06:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:06:18 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknW XK2165010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:06:36 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is un i A Z E G M K U K0197615808 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:06:45 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:09:00 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:09:28 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknW X e f m l K1700710700AEA81K7191916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:09:33 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is unknoK019761 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:09:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:11:51 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V K1700710700AEA816 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:11:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  i  b C F i AlK41825166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:12:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:12:22 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:12:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unk W X e f mK0197615808 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:12:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:12:33 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unRV W K5175116818 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:14:46 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? isi F i A Z EK1799700700AEC815K1198010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:14:50 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?knK41814166DC is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:15:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:15:16 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:15:27 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is uK V W X e K0197615808 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:15:28 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  i B b C F i K5175116 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:16:56 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? b C F i A Z E G M K1799700700AEC814 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:17:45 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?wnK41814166DC is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:18:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?ui A Z E G lK61 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:18:22 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:18:24 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is u is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:19:29 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is u is uB V W X e fK1799700 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:20:40 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is u ib C F i A K41814166DC is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:20:58 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is  B b C F i XK2165010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:21:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( uf B b C F K61772167FC is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:21:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? B b C F i K6177216737 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:21:17 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?F B b C F K5175616 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:21:21 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? C F i A ZK0197615808 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:23:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?nB b C F iK179970 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:23:56 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? C F i A Z E G M K7191916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:24:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? one of B is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:24:11 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?Z E G M K UK517561671C is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:24:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  B b C F iK5175616 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:24:18 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:26:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e f K1799700700AEC813K41814166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:27:01 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  is8known) Use one oK61762167FF is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:27:06 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  one of B b C F iK5175116 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:29:25 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:29:25 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is T V W X e K4181416637 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:29:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( iB b C F i K1798700700AEB81K7191516414 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:29:47 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? nown) Use one ofxK2165010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:30:02 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:30:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is uT V W X K0197615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:32:36 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (  b C F i AK1798700700AEB81K7191516414 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:32:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?0oBK2165010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:32:49 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? i A Z E GK61772167FF is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:32:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? B b C F iK517561671A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:32:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:33:09 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unV W X e ftK0197615806 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:35:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? is B b C F iK1798700700AEB81K41814166DC is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:35:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?obK7191916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:35:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:35:50 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is un V W X e f m l tK5174616738 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:38:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:38:23 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:38:37 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unknV W X e K6176216737 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:38:44 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? isfB b C F i A K517511681C is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:39:03 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:39:49 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u  V W X e fK1798700700AEB816 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:41:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:41:17 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is uo V W X e f K7190916416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:41:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  inf B b C FK2165010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:41:38 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?B b C F i AK517411681C is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:41:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?6 B b C F xK5174116 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:42:00 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:43:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.19 05:43:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is KT V W X eK1798700700AEB81K84F3 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:44:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:44:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? is T V W X eK1198010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:44:27 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?B b C F i K21 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:44:33 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:44:57 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is u is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:46:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is u is u V K41804166DC is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:46:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:47:04 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e fK7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:47:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  iB b C F i A Z E G K1198010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:47:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:47:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:49:50 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unknVK4180416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:49:57 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:50:04 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:50:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) UUK61772167FB is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:50:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknowi A Z E G K6177216736 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:50:22 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknoB b C F itK5174616 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:52:45 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is u b C F i A Z E G K1797700700AEA81K41804166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:52:51 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (  im K7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:53:16 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? F i A Z  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:53:48 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? Z E G M K K0197 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:53:48 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? F i A Z EK0197615836 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:55:40 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? BK1798700700AEB816K41804166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:55:57 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?De one of is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:56:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?Z E G M K K2165010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:56:11 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?B b C F i AK2165010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:56:11 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  B b C F K5174616 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:56:45 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? C F i A K0196615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:57:36 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:58:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:58:38 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:59:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is unk  V W X K5 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:59:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  ii A Z E G MRK216501 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 05:59:42 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?b C F i A ZK01966 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:01:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:01:49 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unkno X e f m l K61772167FF is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:01:50 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is un  B b C F  K1198010022 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:02:00 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? is K5174616 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:02:03 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? Z E  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:02:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:03:58 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.19 06:03:58 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is un is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:04:25 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( i is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:04:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( i is unkC V W X e is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:05:36 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:07:18 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknwW X e f m K7190916416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:07:20 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:07:49 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is un T V W X e f m l K517461671C is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:07:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( le one of B b C F K2165010 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:10:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:10:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e fK41804166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:10:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:10:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unknVK517461671C is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:11:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? is u i A Z EK0196615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:13:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:13:25 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e fK6176 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:13:38 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:13:38 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( i is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:13:46 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( i is u V W X e f mK2165010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:15:59 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:16:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? isn T V W X K4180416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:16:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? C F i A K61762167FD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:16:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?n b C F i K2165010 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:17:24 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? C F i A ZK0196615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:18:36 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:18:52 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e fK7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:19:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  isB b C F iK617621 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:19:27 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:19:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknowVW X e f m l t u K216501 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:21:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.19 06:21:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u e of B b is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:21:46 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:21:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is uA V W X e fK41804 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:22:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:22:21 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unkno  X e f m lK517461671A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:23:18 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is un1 B b C F i A Z E K1702710700AEC813K0196615808 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:24:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? is8  K7190 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:24:50 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:25:01 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknownX e f m l K61762167FE is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:25:16 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:25:22 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:25:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unk  W X e f K2165010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:25:34 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:26:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:27:22 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.19 06:27:22 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:27:45 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is unk  V W X e f m l t K41804166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:28:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:28:11 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:29:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:30:26 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is tK7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:30:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( i A Z E G M K1706710700AE0816 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:30:40 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:31:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e fK517461671A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:32:09 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  iBK019661580A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:33:11 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?K A Z E G MK1706710700AE0816 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:33:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? one of B bxK41814166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:33:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?f B b C F K61 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:33:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:33:59 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) K517461671C is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:34:18 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unkno A Z E G M K2165010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:34:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is un B b C F i K2165010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:35:06 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? is  B b C F iEK0196615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:36:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?1f B b C F K1708710700AE2816K7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:36:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?koK41814166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:36:37 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?ei A Z E G K6 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:36:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:36:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:37:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is uM V W X eK2165010038 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:38:03 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:39:25 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e K1708710700AE2816K4181416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:39:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  i) K61762167FC is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:40:04 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:41:00 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is uT V W X e f m l K1708710700AE281K0196615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:42:20 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( is is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:42:25 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? K U Y R T K6176216 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:43:01 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?b C F i AZK1198 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:43:06 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:43:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:43:57 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is is unTK17 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:44:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:45:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:45:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:45:38 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e f K51746 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:46:02 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:46:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? i is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:48:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:48:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:48:32 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is BT V W X e K5174616 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:48:58 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( b C F i A ZK2165 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:49:51 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:50:41 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknow X e f m K7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:51:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unk b C F i A K1710610700AEA816K41804166DC is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:51:07 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is uk K617621 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:52:48 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (  Z E G M KK0196615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:53:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:54:00 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:54:02 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is us V W X e K6176216737 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:54:21 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:55:45 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is uT V W X e f m l  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:56:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (  C F i A Z E G M KK41804166DE is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:56:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? oK4180416637 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:57:16 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?i A Z E G MK5174116818 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:58:42 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 06:59:49 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:00:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u  V W X e K517461671B is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:00:42 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  iB b C F i K2165010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:01:39 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? B b C F itK1712610700AEC81K0196615 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:02:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?n)K7189916414 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:02:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?9i A Z E G K6176216 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:02:45 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?b C F i A ZK41804166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:03:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?0 B b C F i K517461671A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:04:36 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:05:09 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e f K7189916414 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:05:37 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  i B b C F i K61762167FF is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:05:40 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?u B b C F iK4180416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:05:59 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:07:33 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:08:02 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unkno X e f m lK7190916418 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:08:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message K84
2014.06.19 07:08:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:08:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e f K61762167FD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:08:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  i  B bK41804166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:08:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  F i A Z EK418041 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:08:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? C F i A ZK517461671A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:08:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? B b C F i K5174616737 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:09:29 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:09:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is unT V W X K2165010023 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:10:56 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( iB b C F i is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:11:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? Z E G M K K1714610700AEE81K41804166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:13:27 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?1nown) Use one ofK0195615808 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:13:52 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:14:25 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is unT V W X eK41804166DD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:14:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:16:24 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unV W X e f mK1718610 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:16:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? isb C F i A ZK7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:17:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?i B b C F itK is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:17:14 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:17:20 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:17:37 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:18:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is u is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:19:21 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is u is uT V W X e f m l tK0196615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:20:01 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:20:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:20:32 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is uT V W is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:21:16 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:22:18 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:22:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:23:01 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknown)VX e f m lK6176216 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:23:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unk b C F i A K41804166E0 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:23:26 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is  B b C F iK517411681A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:24:01 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( B b C F i AK1719510700AE2815 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:24:11 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?one of B bK2 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:24:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:25:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:29:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:31:09 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( i is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:31:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( i  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:31:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( i  is uT V W X e f m l K41804166E0 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:34:04 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( i  ione of B b C F i K7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:34:06 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (  K0196615807 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:34:37 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? A Z E G M K1724510700AEE81K61762167FD is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:34:50 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?n)K41804166E0 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:35:04 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?i A Z E G K517411681A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:36:44 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:36:57 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:37:03 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:37:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? ( is eT V W X e K6176216 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:39:17 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? ( bK1724410700AED814 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:39:51 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?n C F i A K71909164 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:40:01 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? b C F i A K0196615808 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:40:26 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:40:40 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:40:53 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is u V W X e fK517411681C is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:41:47 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  isB b C FK2165010037 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:42:44 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? b C F i A Z E G M K7190916416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:43:20 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?6e one of B b C FKK6176216736 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:43:48 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:44:22 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:44:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is un V W X e fK2165010 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:45:38 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:45:54 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:46:13 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (?  is uT V W X e K61762167FE is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:46:30 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (?  iB b C F i AK41804166E1 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:48:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  B b C F i K7190316517 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:48:51 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?nf B b C F K0196615808 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:49:25 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  B b C F K4180416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:49:37 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? C F i A K1727310700AEF81K5174 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:50:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:50:35 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? ( is unknowX e f m l tK2165010037 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:51:48 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unkk B b C F itK019661 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:52:02 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? ( is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:52:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:53:31 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:53:37 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unkno  X e f mK1198010036 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:53:37 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is uns b C F i A is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:54:18 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? isA Z E G M K7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:54:45 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?B b K17 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:54:55 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? E G M K U K61762167FE is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:54:56 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? B b C F i K6176216736 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:55:15 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?s B b C F i K41804166E0 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:55:26 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? f B b C F K517311681C is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:56:27 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (?  is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:57:12 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:57:42 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? is unnV W X e f K0195615805 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:57:49 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? is6 B b C F iK6176216 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:58:10 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?bK41804166E1 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 07:59:23 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  A Z E G M K U Y K2164010024 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 08:00:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  one of B b C F YK7190916415 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 08:00:43 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?  one of B b C F K61762167FF is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 08:01:05 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (? one of B b C F iMK4180416 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x
2014.06.19 08:02:19 2: CUL_0WS: unknown message ? (? (? (? (? (? (?Fe of B b C F i A K1730 is unknown) Use one of B b C F i A Z E G M K U Y R T V W X e f m l t u x

Gruß, Ansgar.
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