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Protocols Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 Features LE 1M PHY, LE Coded PHY (long range) Type Wireless MCU RAM (KB) 28 GPIO 10, 14, 15, 31 Peripherals 1 UART, 12-bit ADC 8-channel, 2 SPI, 4 timers, I2C, I2S, Sensor controller Security Cryptographic acceleration, Debug security, Device identity, Software IP protection Sensitivity (best) (dBm) -97 Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85 Rating Catalog
Protocols Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 Features LE 1M PHY, LE Coded PHY (long range) Type Wireless MCU RAM (KB) 28 GPIO 10, 14, 15, 31 Peripherals 1 UART, 12-bit ADC 8-channel, 2 SPI, 4 timers, I2C, I2S, Sensor controller Security Cryptographic acceleration, Debug security, Device identity, Software IP protection Sensitivity (best) (dBm) -97 Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85 Rating Catalog
DSBGA (YFV) 34 VQFN (RGZ) 48 49 mm² 7 x 7 VQFN (RHB) 32 25 mm² 5 x 5 VQFN (RSM) 32 16 mm² 4 x 4 VQFN (RSM) 32
  • Microcontroller
    • Powerful Arm Cortex-M3
    • EEMBC CoreMark score: 142
    • Up to 48-MHz clock speed
    • 275KB of nonvolatile memory including 128KB of in-system Programmable Flash
    • Up to 28KB of system SRAM, of which 20KB is ultra-low leakage SRAM
    • 8KB of SRAM for cache or system RAM use
    • 2-Pin cJTAG and JTAG debugging
    • Supports over-the-air upgrade (OTA)
  • Ultra-low power sensor controller
    • Can run autonomous from the rest of the system
    • 16-bit architecture
    • 2KB of ultra-low leakage SRAM for code and data
  • Efficient code size architecture, placing drivers, TI-RTOS, and Bluetooth software in ROM to make more Flash available for the application
  • RoHS-compliant packages
    • 2.7-mm × 2.7-mm YFV DSBGA34 (14 GPIOs)
    • 4-mm × 4-mm RSM VQFN32 (10 GPIOs)
    • 5-mm × 5-mm RHB VQFN32 (15 GPIOs)
    • 7-mm × 7-mm RGZ VQFN48 (31 GPIOs)
  • Peripherals
    • All digital peripheral pins can be routed to any GPIO
    • Four general-purpose timer modules (eight 16-bit or four 32-bit timers, PWM each)
    • 12-bit ADC, 200-ksamples/s, 8-channel analog MUX
    • Continuous time comparator
    • Ultra-low power analog comparator
    • Programmable current source
    • UART, I2C, and I2S
    • 2× SSI (SPI, MICROWIRE, TI)
    • Real-Time Clock (RTC)
    • AES-128 security module
    • True Random Number Generator (TRNG)
    • Support for eight capacitive-sensing buttons
    • Integrated temperature sensor
  • External system
    • On-chip internal DC/DC converter
    • Seamless integration with CC2590 and CC2592 range extenders
    • Very few external components
    • Pin compatible with the SimpleLink™ CC2640 and CC2650 devices in all VQFN packages
    • Pin compatible with the SimpleLink™ CC2642R and CC2652R devices in 7-mm x 7-mm VQFN packages
    • Pin compatible with the SimpleLink™ CC1350 device in 4-mm × 4-mm and 5-mm × 5-mm VQFN packages
  • Low power
    • Wide supply voltage range
      • Normal operation: 1.8 to 3.8 V
      • External regulator mode: 1.7 to 1.95 V
    • Active-Mode RX: 5.9 mA
    • Active-Mode TX at 0 dBm: 6.1 mA
    • Active-Mode TX at +5 dBm: 9.1 mA
    • Active-Mode MCU: 61 µA/MHz
    • Active-Mode MCU: 48.5 CoreMark/mA
    • Active-Mode sensor controller: 0.4mA + 8.2 µA/MHz
    • Standby: 1.1 µA (RTC running and RAM/CPU retention)
    • Shutdown: 100 nA (wake up on external events)
  • RF section
    • 2.4-GHz RF transceiver compatible with Bluetooth® Low Energy 5.1 and earlier LE specifications
    • Excellent receiver sensitivity (–97 dBm for BLE), selectivity, and blocking performance
    • Link budget of 102 dB for BLE
    • Programmable output power up to +5 dBm
    • Single-ended or differential RF interface
    • Suitable for systems targeting compliance with worldwide radio frequency regulations
      • ETSI EN 300 328 (Europe)
      • EN 300 440 Class 2 (Europe)
      • FCC CFR47 Part 15 (US)
      • ARIB STD-T66 (Japan)
  • Development Tools and Software
  • Microcontroller
    • Powerful Arm Cortex-M3
    • EEMBC CoreMark score: 142
    • Up to 48-MHz clock speed
    • 275KB of nonvolatile memory including 128KB of in-system Programmable Flash
    • Up to 28KB of system SRAM, of which 20KB is ultra-low leakage SRAM
    • 8KB of SRAM for cache or system RAM use
    • 2-Pin cJTAG and JTAG debugging
    • Supports over-the-air upgrade (OTA)
  • Ultra-low power sensor controller
    • Can run autonomous from the rest of the system
    • 16-bit architecture
    • 2KB of ultra-low leakage SRAM for code and data
  • Efficient code size architecture, placing drivers, TI-RTOS, and Bluetooth software in ROM to make more Flash available for the application
  • RoHS-compliant packages
    • 2.7-mm × 2.7-mm YFV DSBGA34 (14 GPIOs)
    • 4-mm × 4-mm RSM VQFN32 (10 GPIOs)
    • 5-mm × 5-mm RHB VQFN32 (15 GPIOs)
    • 7-mm × 7-mm RGZ VQFN48 (31 GPIOs)
  • Peripherals
    • All digital peripheral pins can be routed to any GPIO
    • Four general-purpose timer modules (eight 16-bit or four 32-bit timers, PWM each)
    • 12-bit ADC, 200-ksamples/s, 8-channel analog MUX
    • Continuous time comparator
    • Ultra-low power analog comparator
    • Programmable current source
    • UART, I2C, and I2S
    • 2× SSI (SPI, MICROWIRE, TI)
    • Real-Time Clock (RTC)
    • AES-128 security module
    • True Random Number Generator (TRNG)
    • Support for eight capacitive-sensing buttons
    • Integrated temperature sensor
  • External system
    • On-chip internal DC/DC converter
    • Seamless integration with CC2590 and CC2592 range extenders
    • Very few external components
    • Pin compatible with the SimpleLink™ CC2640 and CC2650 devices in all VQFN packages
    • Pin compatible with the SimpleLink™ CC2642R and CC2652R devices in 7-mm x 7-mm VQFN packages
    • Pin compatible with the SimpleLink™ CC1350 device in 4-mm × 4-mm and 5-mm × 5-mm VQFN packages
  • Low power
    • Wide supply voltage range
      • Normal operation: 1.8 to 3.8 V
      • External regulator mode: 1.7 to 1.95 V
    • Active-Mode RX: 5.9 mA
    • Active-Mode TX at 0 dBm: 6.1 mA
    • Active-Mode TX at +5 dBm: 9.1 mA
    • Active-Mode MCU: 61 µA/MHz
    • Active-Mode MCU: 48.5 CoreMark/mA
    • Active-Mode sensor controller: 0.4mA + 8.2 µA/MHz
    • Standby: 1.1 µA (RTC running and RAM/CPU retention)
    • Shutdown: 100 nA (wake up on external events)
  • RF section
    • 2.4-GHz RF transceiver compatible with Bluetooth® Low Energy 5.1 and earlier LE specifications
    • Excellent receiver sensitivity (–97 dBm for BLE), selectivity, and blocking performance
    • Link budget of 102 dB for BLE
    • Programmable output power up to +5 dBm
    • Single-ended or differential RF interface
    • Suitable for systems targeting compliance with worldwide radio frequency regulations
      • ETSI EN 300 328 (Europe)
      • EN 300 440 Class 2 (Europe)
      • FCC CFR47 Part 15 (US)
      • ARIB STD-T66 (Japan)
  • Development Tools and Software

The CC2640R2F device is a 2.4 GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) supporting Bluetooth ® 5.1 Low Energy and Proprietary 2.4 GHz applications. The device is optimized for low-power wireless communication and advanced sensing in building security systems, HVAC, asset tracking, and medical markets, and applications where industrial performance is required. The highlighted features of this device include:

  • Support for Bluetooth ® 5.1 features: LE Coded PHYs (Long Range), LE 2-Mbit PHY (High Speed), Advertising Extensions, Multiple Advertisement Sets, as well as backwards compatibility and support for key features from the Bluetooth ® 5.0 and earlier Low Energy specifications.
  • Fully-qualified Bluetooth ® 5.1 software protocol stack included with the SimpleLink™ CC2640R2F Software Development Kit (SDK) for developing applications on the powerful Arm® Cortex®-M3 processor.
  • Longer battery life wireless applications with low standby current of 1.1 µA with full RAM retention.
  • Advanced sensing with a programmable, autonomous ultra-low power Sensor Controller CPU with fast wake-up capability. As an example, the sensor controller is capable of 1-Hz ADC sampling at 1 µA system current.
  • Dedicated software controlled radio controller (Arm® Cortex®-M0) providing flexible low-power RF transceiver capability to support multiple physical layers and RF standards, such as real-time localization (RTLS) technologies.
  • Excellent radio sensitivity and robustness (selectivity and blocking) performance for Bluetooth ® Low Energy (-103 dBm for 125-kbps LE Coded PHY).

The CC2640R2F device is part of the SimpleLink™ microcontroller (MCU) platform, which consists ofWi-Fi, Bluetooth ® Low Energy, Thread, ZigBee, Sub-1 GHz MCUs, and host MCUs that all share a common, easy-to-use development environment with a single core software development kit (SDK) and rich tool set. A one-time integration of the SimpleLink™ platform enables you to add any combination of the portfolio’s devices into your design, allowing 100 percent code reuse when your design requirements change. For more information, visit SimpleLink™ MCU platform.

The CC2640R2F device is a 2.4 GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) supporting Bluetooth ® 5.1 Low Energy and Proprietary 2.4 GHz applications. The device is optimized for low-power wireless communication and advanced sensing in building security systems, HVAC, asset tracking, and medical markets, and applications where industrial performance is required. The highlighted features of this device include:

  • Support for Bluetooth ® 5.1 features: LE Coded PHYs (Long Range), LE 2-Mbit PHY (High Speed), Advertising Extensions, Multiple Advertisement Sets, as well as backwards compatibility and support for key features from the Bluetooth ® 5.0 and earlier Low Energy specifications.
  • Fully-qualified Bluetooth ® 5.1 software protocol stack included with the SimpleLink™ CC2640R2F Software Development Kit (SDK) for developing applications on the powerful Arm® Cortex®-M3 processor.
  • Longer battery life wireless applications with low standby current of 1.1 µA with full RAM retention.
  • Advanced sensing with a programmable, autonomous ultra-low power Sensor Controller CPU with fast wake-up capability. As an example, the sensor controller is capable of 1-Hz ADC sampling at 1 µA system current.
  • Dedicated software controlled radio controller (Arm® Cortex®-M0) providing flexible low-power RF transceiver capability to support multiple physical layers and RF standards, such as real-time localization (RTLS) technologies.
  • Excellent radio sensitivity and robustness (selectivity and blocking) performance for Bluetooth ® Low Energy (-103 dBm for 125-kbps LE Coded PHY).

The CC2640R2F device is part of the SimpleLink™ microcontroller (MCU) platform, which consists ofWi-Fi, Bluetooth ® Low Energy, Thread, ZigBee, Sub-1 GHz MCUs, and host MCUs that all share a common, easy-to-use development environment with a single core software development kit (SDK) and rich tool set. A one-time integration of the SimpleLink™ platform enables you to add any combination of the portfolio’s devices into your design, allowing 100 percent code reuse when your design requirements change. For more information, visit SimpleLink™ MCU platform.

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* Data sheet CC2640R2F SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® low energy Wireless MCU datasheet (Rev. C) 21 Sep 2020
* Errata CC2640R2F SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® Low Energy Wireless MCU Errata (Rev. A) 03 Dec 2019
* User guide CC13x0, CC26x0 SimpleLink™ Wireless MCU Technical Reference Manual (Rev. I) 30 Jun 2020
Application note How to Certify Your Bluetooth Product (Rev. H) 30 Nov 2021
Application note Hardware Migration From CC26x0 to CC26x2R (Rev. D) 23 Aug 2021
Application note Crystal Oscillator and Crystal Selection for the CC26xx and CC13xx Wireless MCUs (Rev. I) 22 Aug 2021
Application note CC2538/CC26x0/CC26x2 Serial Bootloader Interface (Rev. D) 19 Aug 2021
Selection guide Leitfaden zur Auswahl drahtloser Kommunikationstechnologie (Rev. A) 14 Jun 2021
Selection guide 無線連線技術選擇指南 (Rev. A) 14 Jun 2021
Selection guide 무선 연결 기술 선택 가이드 (Rev. A) 14 Jun 2021
Technical article Seamlessly connect your world with 16 new wireless MCUs for the 2.4-GHz and Sub-1-GHz bands 04 Jun 2021
Selection guide Wireless Connectivity Technology Selection Guide (Rev. A) 27 May 2021
More literature Building your application with security in mind (Rev. E) 28 Oct 2020
White paper Fortschrittliche Halbleitertechnologie für moderne Telemedizin-Anwendungen 28 Oct 2020
White paper 持續進化的現代遠距照護應用半導 體技術 28 Oct 2020
White paper Evolving Semiconductor Technologies for Modern Telehealth Applications 26 Oct 2020
Application note Bluetooth® Low Energy – Missing Length Check for UNPI Packets Over SPI 08 Oct 2020
Technical article How to design a wireless social distancing and contact tracing solution with Bluetooth® Low Energy 02 Sep 2020
Technical article Back to basics: Exploring the benefits of affordable Bluetooth® Low Energy 20 Aug 2020
Application note Bluetooth Low Energy – Invalid Connection Request (SweynTooth) (Rev. A) 17 Jul 2020
Technical article Personalizing human body temperature with wearable temperature sensors 29 Jun 2020
Application note CC13xx/CC26xx Hardware Configuration and PCB Design Considerations (Rev. E) 19 Jun 2020
Application note Variable Time Tag Comparison on SimpleLink™ Devices 05 Jun 2020
Design guide Bluetooth-Enabled High Accuracy Skin Temperature Measurement Flex PCB Ref Design (Rev. A) 19 May 2020
Application note Bluetooth Low Energy, Basic Rate/Enhanced Data Rate – Method Confusion Pairing V 18 May 2020
User guide CC2540/41 Bluetooth Low Energy Software Developer’s Guide (Rev. I) 27 Jan 2020
White paper Simple and efficient software development with the SimpleLink™ MCU platform (Rev. E) 06 Dec 2019
White paper Deep dive into the tools and development kits of the SimpleLink™ MCU platform (Rev. B) 25 Sep 2019
Application note Running Bluetooth® Low Energy on CC2640 Without 32 kHz Crystal (Rev. C) 23 Sep 2019
More literature Out-of-box star-network solution: TI 15.4-Stack 14 Jan 2019
Application note Measuring CC13xx and CC26xx current consumption (Rev. D) 10 Jan 2019
Application note RF PCB Simulation Cookbook 09 Jan 2019
More literature Meet the SimpleLink™ Sensor Controller 04 Jan 2019
White paper Migrating your proprietary solution to the SimpleLink™ WMCU 07 Nov 2018
More literature Electronic Smart Locks: Ultra-low power and Multi-Standard operation 05 Nov 2018
Application note Increase RAM Size on the CC2640R2F Bluetooth low energy Wireless MCU (Rev. A) 26 Jul 2018
Application note Smart Door Lock With SimpleLink Platform 08 Jun 2018
Application note Ultra-Low Power Designs With the CC13x2 and CC26x2 Sensor Controller 27 Feb 2018
More literature SimpleLink™ Wired and Wireless Microcontroller Platform (Rev. B) 11 Jan 2018
White paper Connected microcontrollers essential to automation in buildings (Rev. A) 10 Jan 2018
Application note Integrating Sensor Controller Studio Examples Into ProjectZero 08 Jan 2018
White paper Wireless Connectivity For The Internet of Things, One Size Does Not Fit All (Rev. A) 16 Oct 2017
White paper Enabling Wireless Firmware Update for Bluetooth® low energy Applications 28 Aug 2017
Application note Design Considerations for High Temperature Applications Using the CC2640R2F-Q1 15 Aug 2017
Application note Johanson Balun for the CC26xx Device Family 07 Aug 2017
White paper IoT provokes change in ultra-low-power MCUs 19 Jul 2017
User guide Getting started with SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy CC2640R2F for CCS users 11 Jul 2017
More literature SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® low energy CC2640R2 MCU Security (Rev. A) 26 May 2017
White paper RTOS Power Management Emerges as a Key for MCU-based IoT Nodes (Rev. A) 11 May 2017
White paper Charging stations: Toward an EV support infrastructure 09 May 2017
White paper Which TI Bluetooth® solution should I choose? 05 May 2017
Application note ETSI EN 300 328 Blocking Test for Bluetooth Low Energy 08 Feb 2017
Application note Hardware Migration From CC2640F128 to CC2640R2F 31 Jan 2017
Application note Implementing Eddystone Bluetooth Smart Beacons Using the TI BLE-Stack (Rev. A) 19 Oct 2016
User guide TI-RTOS 2.20 for CC13xx/CC26xx SimpleLink Getting Started Guide (Rev. D) 17 Jun 2016
Application note Voice Over Remote Control 19 May 2016
Application note Using the Wireless SimpleLink CC26xx in Ext Regulator Mode With the TPS62740 19 Nov 2015
Application note CC2640 Wireless MCU DC Supply Evaluation 05 Oct 2015
Application note Using GCC/GDB With SimpleLink CC26xx 23 Feb 2015

Design & development

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Evaluation board

CC3200AUDBOOST — SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 Audio BoosterPack

The SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3200 Audio BoosterPack enables the evaluation and development with the digital audio peripheral [I2S] present on the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3200 device. It contains a Class-D power amplifier to drive speakers and an ultra-low power audio codec, TLV320AIC3254, supporting (...)

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Debug probe

TMDSEMU110-ETH — XDS110 EnergyTrace™ High Dynamic Range (ETHDR) Debug Probe Add-On

The Texas Instruments XDS110 EnergyTrace™ High Dynamic Range (ETHDR) is an accessory to the XDS110 Debug Probe (emulator) that increases the Dynamic Range of the Energy Trace feature. This allows performing very accurate power consumption measurements on all Simplelink Wireless MCUs while (...)

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Debug probe

TMDSEMU200-U — XDS200 USB Debug Probe

The XDS200 is a debug probe (emulator) used for debugging TI embedded devices.  The XDS200 features a balance of low cost with good performance as compared to the low cost XDS110 and the high performance XDS560v2.  It supports a wide variety of standards (IEEE1149.1, IEEE1149.7, SWD) in a (...)

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Development kit

LAUNCHXL-CC2640R2 — SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® Low Energy CC2640R2 wireless MCU LaunchPad™ development kit

This LaunchPad™ speeds development with a Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) connection using the CC2640R2F or CC2640R2L devices. The compatible SDK offers a fully qualified Bluetooth 5 protocol stack for single-mode BLE applications supporting high speed mode and example Bluetooth 5 coded (...)

Software development kit (SDK)

SIMPLELINK-CC2640R2-SDK — SimpleLink™ CC2640R2 SDK - Bluetooth® low energy

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This SDK includes TI’s royalty-free Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) software stacks with all necessary software, example applications and documentation to quickly get started with (...)

Driver or library

BLE-STACK — Bluetooth Low Energy software stack

This royalty-free BLE-Stack for TI’s SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® Low Energy family of ARM® Cortex®-M3 based wireless microcontrollers (MCUs) includes full-featured Bluetooth 4.2 and Bluetooth 5 certified stacks with all necessary software, sample applications and documentation to (...)
IDE, configuration, compiler or debugger

ARM-CGT — Arm® code generation tools - compiler

The TI Arm® code generation tools support development of applications for TI Arm-based platforms, especially those featuring TI Arm Cortex-M and Cortex-R series devices. There are now two TI Arm® C/C++ compiler toolchains both of which can be used to compile and link C/C++ and assembly (...)
IDE, configuration, compiler or debugger

CCSTUDIO-WCS — Code Composer Studio™ integrated development environment (IDE) for wireless connectivity

Code Composer Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) that supports TI's Microcontroller and Embedded Processors portfolio. Code Composer Studio comprises a suite of tools used to develop and debug embedded applications. It includes an optimizing C/C++ compiler, source code editor, (...)
IDE, configuration, compiler or debugger

SENSOR-CONTROLLER-STUDIO — Sensor Controller Studio

Sensor Controller Studio is used to write, test and debug code for the CC26xx/CC13xx Sensor Controller, enabling ultra-low power application design. The tool generates an interface driver consisting of C source files with the firmware image, associated definitions, and generic functions that allow (...)
Plug-in

SIMPLELINK-SDK-SENSOR-ACTUATOR-PLUGIN — Sensor and Actuator Plug-ins for SimpleLink™ MCU SDKs

The Sensor and Actuator Plugin for SimpleLink™ MCU SDKs provides support for a variety of related components including optical and temperature and humidity sensors, allowing customers to easily add new features to their SimpleLink MCU-based design. API user guides are provided for each (...)
Software programming tool

FLASH-PROGRAMMER — SmartRF Flash Programmer

SmartRF Flash Programmer 2 can be used to program the flash memory in Texas Instruments ARM based low-power RF wireless MCUs over the debug and serial interfaces.

SmartRF Flash Programmer can be used to program the flash memory in Texas Instruments 8051-based low-power RF wireless MCUs and for (...)

Calculation tool

3P-WIRELESS-MODULES — Third party wireless module search tool

The third party wireless module search tool helps developers to identify products that meet their end equipment specifications and procure production ready wireless modules. The third party module vendors included in the search tool are independent third party companies with expertise in designing (...)
Calculation tool

BT-POWER-CALC — Bluetooth Power Calculator Tool

This tool is used to calculate Bluetooth Low Energy power consumption estimates for various use cases on TI Bluetooth devices. The calculator includes both advertising and peripheral use cases with the ability to configure different use case profile parameters. The calculator outputs an estimate (...)
Calculation tool

PACKET-SNIFFER — SmartRF Protocol Packet Sniffer

The SmartRF Packet Sniffer is a PC software application that can display and store radio packets captured by a listening RF device. The capture device is connected to the PC via USB. Various RF protocols are supported. The Packet Sniffer filters and decodes packets and displays them in a convenient (...)
Calculation tool

RF-RANGE-ESTIMATOR — TI RF Range Estimator

This tool is used to calculate a range estimate for indoor and outdoor RF links using TI wireless devices. The outdoor calculation is based upon Line-of-Sight (LOS). For the indoor estimation, construction materials can be selected that are between the Tx and Rx unit. The greater the attenuation (...)
Calculation tool

SMARTRFTM-STUDIO — SmartRF Studio

SmartRF™ Studio is a Windows application that helps designers of RF systems to easily evaluate the radio at an early stage in the design process for all TI CC1xxx and CC2xxx low-power RF devices. It simplifies generation of the configuration register values and commands, as well as practical (...)
Design tool

SIMPLELINK-2-4GHZ-DESIGN-REVIEWS — Hardware design reviews for SimpleLink™ CC2xxx devices

The SimpleLink hardware design review process provides a way to get in touch, one-on-one, with a subject matter expert that can help review your design and provide valuable feedback. A simple 3-step process for requesting a review as well as links to relevant technical documentation and resources (...)
Gerber file

LAUNCHXL-CC2640R2 Design Files

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