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BERadio C++ is a software library for transmitting telemetry data over radio links with narrow bandwidth, all on embedded low-power devices.
Its serialization format is Bencode according to the BERadio specification, the C++ interface provides convenient API methods and container data structures for working with variable amounts of measurement values.
By featuring automatic message fragmentation, data transmission is safe, even when using radio transceivers with constrained payloads. Yet, it is reasonably compact and still readable by humans (8-bit clean).
BERadio C++ was tested successfully on Arduino (ATmega328p Pro/Uno), SimulAVR and x86_64 (both Mac OS X). It compiles with avr-g++ 4.8, 4.9 and 5.2 as well as clang++ 3.4 on Mac OS X and Archlinux.
A convenient C++ API for creating and transmitting message objects:
// Message object with node id "999" and communication profile "h1" BERadioMessage *message = new BERadioMessage(999, "h1"); // Collect some measurement values FloatList *temperatures = new FloatList(); temperatures->push_back(21.21); temperatures->push_back(42.42); // ... message->add("t", *temperatures); // Encode, fragment and transmit message message.set_mtu_size(61); message->transmit(); // Free memory delete temperatures;
A scaling factor of
* 100 was applied to all floating point values,
giving an effective precision of 2 digits.
Please download from GitHub:
Application boilerplate for convenient MCU development