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The StreamProtocol ensures the correctness while exchanging data between different systems. For example between a microcontroller and a computer. The protocol detects the begin of a message, checks the lengths and converts automaticly the data to big endian or little endian. The data can be checked by hardware or software Crc to ensure the correctness.

The protocol’s format:

Protokollaufbau des Stream Protokolls

The StreamProtocol doesn’t know the binary format of the payload to send or receive. For having the payload in the correct endian format, use the DataStream class.

In the following example we initialize the StreamProtocol for a STM32F7, send and receive strctured data with 19 bytes length.


#include "HardwareAbstraction/Stm32F7/stm32f7uart.h"
#include "Processing/datastream.h"
#include "Communication/Protocols/streamprotocol.h"

extern UART_HandleTypeDef huart3;

// Communication hardware, e.g. UART
semf::Stm32F7Uart uart(huart3);
// Buffer for storing received data in.
uint8_t readBuffer[19];
// Endian setting, used for the data on the UART bus
semf::DataStream::Endian endianSetting = semf::DataStream::Endian::ENDIAN_LITTLE;
// hardware and software CRC supported
semf::Crc32Software crc;
semf::StreamProtocol streamProtocol(
  uart,  /* Communicating through UART */
  readBuffer,  /* Buffering received data in */
  sizeof(readBuffer),  /* Size of receive buffer */
  endianSetting,  /* BIG or LITTE endian setting possible */
  crc);  /* User specific CRC can be used */

// DataStream for structured read data information
semf::DataStream writeDataStream(
	readBuffer,  // buffer, same as for the StreamProtocol
	sizeof(readBuffer),  // buffer size
	semf::DataStream::Endian::ENDIAN_LITTLE);  // User endian setting

// DataStream for structured write data information
uint8_t writeBuffer[19];
semf::DataStream readDataStream(
	writeBuffer,  // buffer
	sizeof(writeBuffer),  // buffer size
	semf::DataStream::Endian::ENDIAN_LITTLE);  // User endian setting

Write Operation

// Prepare payload by using DataStream
uint32_t value_1 = 10;
int16_t value_2 = 0x1234;
char value_3 = 'E';
double value_4 = 4.8f;
float value_5 = 1000.0;

writeDataStream << value_1;
writeDataStream << value_2;
writeDataStream << value_3;
writeDataStream << value_4;
writeDataStream << value_5;

// Slot for entering after data has been written
void onDataWritten()
	// do something

// Now write the data
streamProtocol.write(writeBuffer, sizeof(writeBuffer));

Read Operation

For asynchronous and synchronous slave busses, the startRead() function has to be called before receiving anything and after every emitted dataAvailable signal. In the following example we restart the read operation in the slot which is called by the dataAvailable Signal.

// Slot for entering after data has been read
void onDataAvailable()
	// Read out received data
	readDataStream >> value_1;
	readDataStream >> value_2;
	readDataStream >> value_3;
	readDataStream >> value_4;
	readDataStream >> value_5;

	// do something

// Now go into idle receive mode for an asynchronous bus like UART

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