EEPROM and jeelib
for some purposes I intend to use EEPROM for data storage (jeenode). Having in mind that RF12 uses EEPROM to store the node id, I looked in the code and found that from adresses 0x20 and 0x40 16 bytes are used, respectively. - My question: Is this all what is used in jeelib? I do not want to overwrite storage which is already occupied from elsewhere.
All the best for the New Year 2018,
RE: EEPROM and jeelib - Added by JohnO about 1 year ago
Happy New Year Rolf. I think that address 0x00 to 0x1F is used by the over the air encryption. I have used the rest of the eeprom to store a remote node map.
RE: EEPROM and jeelib - Added by Rolf about 1 year ago
Hi John, thank you for the information. - I intend to use EEPROM for parameters in remote notes to be changed (rarely) over radio, but which should have a defined value after power up. Like the initial state of a latch relay.