The CC2564MODx module from Texas Instruments™ is a complete Bluetooth® BR/EDR, and low energy HCI solution that reduces design effort, cost, and time to market. The CC2564MODx module includes TI's seventh-generation core and provides a versatile, product-proven solution that is Bluetooth 4.1-compliant. The module is also certified for FCC, IC, and CE, requiring no prior RF experience to develop with this device; and the device includes a royalty-free software stack compatible with several host MCUs and MPUs. The CC2564MODx module provides best-in-class RF performance with transmit power and receive sensitivity that provides twice the range and higher throughput than other Bluetooth-low-energy-only solutions.
Furthermore, TI’s power-management hardware and software algorithms provide significant power savings in all commonly used Bluetooth BR/EDR and low energy modes of operation.
The TI dual-mode Bluetooth stack software is certified and provided royalty free for TI's MSP430™ and MSP432™ ARM® Cortex®-M3 and ARM® Cortex®-M4 MCUs, and Linux® based MPUs. Other processors can be supported through TI's third party. The iPod® (MFi) protocol is supported by add-on software packages. Multiple profiles and sample applications, including the following, are supported:
- Serial port profile (SPP)
- Advanced audio distribution profile (A2DP)
- Audio/video remote control profile (AVRCP)
- Hands-free profile (HFP)
- Human interface device (HID)
- Generic attribute profile (GATT)
- Several Bluetooth low energy profiles and services
For more information, see TI Dual-Mode Bluetooth Stack.
In addition to software, the BOOST-CC2564MODA and CC2564MODxEM evaluation boards are available for each variant. For more information on TI’s wireless platform solutions for Bluetooth, see TI's wireless-connectivity/dual-mode-bluetooth page.