Is there any AT command I can send the module to cause it to reboot?
There isn’t a reboot command that is the equivalent of pulling reset
low, but you can use the RE (restore parameters) or FR (factory reset)
to reset all parameter values to default. Note that the difference
between the two is that FR also clears the saved values in flash.
Is there a test mode I can place the module in to verify that I have a radio output?
Yes, use the Test Carrier (TC) AT command. To turn the test output on send the module “ATTC1” and to turn it off send it “ATTC0”. The test carrier will stay on until it is turned off or power cycled. Do not use this mode on battery powered devices as ...
Does the coordinator need to have its sleep mode enabled to send queued packets to sleepy endpoints?
No and you typically don’t want to put the coordinator into sleep mode. When the queue packet command is used the coordinator will check to see if the endpoint is sleepy, and if it is not then it will send the message immediately. In other words, the ...
Instead of sending the SK in 2 AT commands (KU and then KL), is there some AT command that allows it to be sent as one command?
There is no command which sends both parts automatically, they must be sent individually. Also, it doesn’t matter which order they are sent, as long as both parts of the key are received by the endpoint, encryption will be enabled automatically.
When I try to read the BroadcastID Only setting (ATBO) or set it (ATBO0 or ATBO1) I get a reply that the command isn’t recognized (ERR 000A).
The ATBO command will be removed on the next firmware release. During the Discover Endpoint sequence on the coordinator, any packet from the radio will be used to add the associated endpoint to the list of connected devices. In other words, if the ...
How would I get an error 001B? Would the module have to be getting flooded with RF messages? How do I make sure this doesn’t happen?
This is an internal error condition and there should be no way for a user to cause this. The module is built to be compliant with FCC bandwidth limitations and through the SubGig protocol there should never be a way to cause this.