Wireless Connectivity – Tools & Software
Kits & evaluation modules
Wireless Connectivity kits and evaluation modules consist of an array of boards ranging from demo and application-specific hardware to full-feature development kits for hardware performance testing and software development.
Take your LaunchPad™ development kit to the cloud with the SimpleLink CC2650 wireless microcontroller (MCU) LaunchPad kit! The CC2650 LaunchPad kit brings easy Bluetooth low energy connectivity to the LaunchPad kit ecosystem with the SimpleLink ultra-low power CC26xx family of devices.
The CC1310 LaunchPad development kit features a Sub-1 GHz radio, which offers long-range connectivity, combined with a 32-bit ARM®Cortex®-M3 processor on a single chip. The CC1310 device is a wireless MCU targeting low-power, long-range wireless applications.
The CC3200 LaunchPad kit features on-board emulation using FTDI device and includes sensors for a full out-of-the-box experience. The kit comes with driver support and a software development kit with 40+ applications for Wi-Fi protocols, internet applications and MCU peripheral examples.
The SensorTag IoT kit help you to realize your cloud-connected product idea with Bluetooth low energy, ZigBee and 6LoWPAN. Now featuring 10 low-power MEMS sensors in a tiny red package. Expandable with DevPacks plug-in modules to make it easy to add your own sensors or actuators.
The CC256x Bluetooth solution can support Bluetooth classic amd Bluetooth low energy or ANT. The CC256x QFN EM board is intended for evaluation purpose and works with TI’s hardware development kit such as MSP-EXP430F5529 and the MSP-EXP430F5438.
Wireless network stacks, peripheral and driver libraries and software application examples that simplify designing wireless applications.
TI 15.4-Stack is an 802.15.4e/g standard based Star network solution for Sub-1 GHz applications. TI 15.4-Stack offers several key benefits such as longer range in FCC band and better protection against in-band interference by implementing frequency hopping.
The SimpleLink Wi-Fi® Starter Pro mobile App is a mobile application for SimpleLink provisioning. It implements advanced AP mode provisioning along with feedback and fallback options to ensure successful process has been accomplished.
The CC3200 SDK contains drivers for the integrated programmable MCU, 40+ sample applications for Wi-Fi features, internet applications, and peripheral functions with associated documentation needed to use the solution.
Bluetooth low energy BLE-Stack software stack for the SimpleLink CC2640 wireless MCU and the CC2540/CC2541 devices includes all necessary software to get started on the development of single-mode Bluetooth low energy applications.
Z-Stack software stack is the Texas Instruments ZigBee-compliant protocal stack for a growing portfolio of IEEE 802.15.4 products and applications. The Z-Stack software is designed for Home Automation, Lighting and Smart Energy applications.
Get started with your programming using these development tools for RF testing, configuration and code generation.
Utilizing Code Composer Studio IDE, SimpleLink Academy features basic examples, in-depth presentations, interactive quizzes and lab assignments to guide you through designing with TI SimpleLink wireless MCUs.
A Windows-based software tool to aid in the development of embedded networking applications & software for MCUs. Embedded software developers can develop/test applications using any desktop IDE, such as Visual Studio or Eclipse & connect applications to the Cloud using CC3100 BoosterPack.
SmartRF Studio is a Windows application that can be used to evaluate and configure most TI wireless connectivity devices. The application helps designers of RF systems to easily evaluate the RF-ICs at an early stage in the design process.
The CC Debugger is a small programmer and debugger for the SimpleLink wireless networking solutions. Can be used together with IAR Embedded Workbench for 8051 (version 7.51A or later) for debugging and SmartRF Flash Programmer for flash programming.
A Windows application that is used to develop and debug tasks on the sensor controller integrated into the SimpleLink CC26xx/CC13xx wireless MCUs. It helps developers create applications that can run independently from the system CPU and perform simple background tasks autonomously.