Franco Saworski <franco.saworski@...>
The calculation for the random backoff factor looks wrong :
u8_t bo_n = sys_rand32_get() & (2 << (be + 1));
This generates either a power-of-two number or zero for bo_n, because it only overlaps a single bit with the random number. This is very rare and results in the backoff time being zero most of the time, if I'm not completely mistaken.
The standard defines the value to be random between zero and 2^be-1. The implementation should be:
u8_t bo_n = sys_rand32_get() & ((1 << be) - 1);
Has anyone had experience with this? I noticed this going over the implementation.
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