15.4-Stack Configuration

These instructions are valid for all 15.4-Stack project examples


SysConfig will only make changes to selected files, listed in the Generated Files view. Any required changes to your application files must be done on your own.

Open An Example Project

Open the stand-alone SysConfig tool or import a SysConfig-enabled example project (found in the {SDK_INSTALL_DIR}/examples folder) and open the .syscfg file with the System Configuration Editor.

TI 15.4 Stack Settings

In the RF STACKSTI 15.4 Stack view you can configure 15.4-Stack parameters. Parameters are explained in the tooltip that appears when you hover over it but further explanations are provided in the Configuration Parameters. 15.4-Stack settings are stored in ti_154stack_config.h.

Adjust Your Application

When you have finished adjusting the parameters, save the .syscfg file and generate the files (top-right corner of the System Configuration Editor window).

You can see the generated files by clicking the <> symbol. In this example, ti_devices_config.c and ti_drivers_config.c/h were generated by the TI DRIVERS view, ti_radio_config.c/h was generated by the RF Stacks and ti_154stack_config.h was generated by the TI 15.4 Stack view.


If you are using the System Configuration stand-alone tool, you will have to import every generated file to your IDE. For the SysConfig CCS plug-in, you can generate all the files by building your project. After the build has completed, you will find the generated files in the output folder of your project, called “Release/syscfg”. All parameters configured in the 15.4 Stack view of SysConfig will result in a #define in ti_154stack_config.h alongside other macros which are not included in SysConfig.


Whenever you re-build the project, SysConfig will re-generate the files. Because of this, any changes made directly to ti_154stack_config.h will be overwritten.