The OpenTag Opmode Demo is one of the built-in applications of the mainline distribution. It's purpose is nominally to show how DASH7 Gateway/Subcontroller and Endpoint modes differ, although it is also used as an example for many other development techniques available to OpenTag. As such, Opmode Demo is one of the more sophisticated demo apps available in the mainline distribution.
Opmode Demo files can be found in:
Opmode Demo should support all of the Boards available in the mainline distribution that have the necessary resources. If a board with adequate resources is not supported, it is because the board is new. It will be supported as soon as possible.
The Opmode Demo works best when it has:
The basic usage of the Opmode Demo is to use the buttons (or ALP commands over Mpipe) to change device modes, send queries, send beacons, and observe the process behavior via the LEDs. If you attach the Board to a client console such as OTcom, you can also read status messages and send some ALP commands.
The blinking pattern of the LEDs will, in most configurations, change when opmode is set to Gateway versus Endpoint. Also, you may notice some very quick alterations to the pattern when a query or beacon command is initiated.