Can anyone confirm some slightly odd AntwareII behviour I'm seeing?
When I using the burst tab at the lower right to send some burst data, I'm finding that ANTWareII sends small payloads (8 bytes or less) as "Acknowledged Data" (MsgID = 0x4f) and larger payloads as Burst Data (MsgID = 0x50).
The AntWareII user manual says:
"The user may use the functions in this tab to send a burst message. The user can select to send a set
number of bytes produced by a counter, or to send a file."
There is no mention of small packets being send as Acknowledged data.
Indeed, there is a separate tab for acknowledged data so I'd use that if I wanted to send Acknowledged data.
The ANT Message Protocol And Usage manual says:
"When a single packet burst is sent, it behaves identically to an acknowledged message, and there are no retries associated with a single packet burst."
Which is a bit vauge give the behvaiour I'm seeing. Does "behaves identically" mean "is converted to"????