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|*||Data sheet||CC2650MODA SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® low energy Wireless MCU Module datasheet (Rev. D)||PDF | HTML||23 Jul 2019|
|*||Errata||CC2650 SimpleLink™ Multistandard Wireless MCU Errata||07 Sep 2018|
|*||User guide||CC13x0, CC26x0 SimpleLink™ Wireless MCU Technical Reference Manual (Rev. I)||30 Jun 2020|
|*||Radiation & reliability report||CC2650MODA Reliability Data – Reliability Estimate||25 Jun 2019|
|Application note||How to Certify Your Bluetooth Product (Rev. K)||PDF | HTML||01 Nov 2023|
|Application note||Bluetooth SIG Erratum - Incoming Notification/Indication Tests Upon Reconnection||PDF | HTML||28 Aug 2023|
|Application note||Hardware Migration From CC26x0 to CC26x2R (Rev. D)||23 Aug 2021|
|Application note||CC2538/CC26x0/CC26x2 Serial Bootloader Interface (Rev. D)||PDF | HTML||19 Aug 2021|
|Application note||Bluetooth® Low Energy – Missing Length Check for UNPI Packets Over SPI||08 Oct 2020|
|Technical article||How to design an infrared thermometer quickly||07 Apr 2020|
|Application note||Ultra-Low Power Sensing Applications With CC13x2/CC26x2 (Rev. B)||PDF | HTML||27 Jan 2020|
|White paper||Enabling wireless communications for factory automation in Industry 4.0||08 Oct 2019|
|Application note||Debugging Communication Range (Rev. A)||PDF | HTML||23 May 2019|
|Selection guide||Zigbee® Selection Guide for SimpleLink MCUs (Rev. F)||21 Feb 2019|
|User guide||SimpleLink SDK Power Management: MSP432, MSP432E4, CC13xx/CC26xx, and CC32xx (Rev. J)||29 Jan 2019|
|Application note||Measuring CC13xx and CC26xx current consumption (Rev. D)||PDF | HTML||10 Jan 2019|
|Technical article||An out-of-the-box Internet of Things: building a seamless and secure smart home network||12 Jun 2018|
|Technical article||Thread vs. Zigbee – what’s the difference?||16 May 2018|
|Technical article||Your microcontroller deserves a nap – designing “sleepy” wireless applications||28 Mar 2018|
|User guide||CC2640/CC2650 Bluetooth low energy Software Developer’s Guide (Rev. E)||14 Mar 2018|
|Application note||Integrating Sensor Controller Studio Examples Into ProjectZero||08 Jan 2018|
|Application note||Network Algorithms for LPWAN Technical Brief||13 Nov 2017|
|Application note||CC-Antenna-DK2 and Antenna Measurements Summary (Rev. A)||02 Oct 2017|
|Certificate||CC2650MODA EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC)||17 Jul 2017|
|User guide||Getting started with Bluetooth low energy CC2650MODA for CCS users||11 Jul 2017|
|Application note||Running Standalone Bluetooth® low energy Applications on CC2650 Module (Rev. A)||PDF | HTML||07 Jun 2017|
|White paper||Which TI Bluetooth® solution should I choose?||05 May 2017|
|User guide||CC26x0/CC13x0 SimpleLink™ Wireless MCU Power Management Software Development Ref (Rev. A)||PDF | HTML||17 Apr 2017|
|Application note||ETSI EN 300 328 Blocking Test for Bluetooth Low Energy||PDF | HTML||08 Feb 2017|
|More literature||Streamline the challenges of RF design with certified wireless modules||25 Jan 2017|
|Application note||Running Standalone Bluetooth® low energy Applications on CC2650 Module||18 Jan 2017|
|Application note||Configuring the CC2640 for Bluetooth® Direct Test Mode||06 Dec 2016|
|More literature||SimpleLink Ultra-low power wireless microcontroller platform (Rev. B)||28 Oct 2016|
|Application note||Implementing Eddystone Bluetooth Smart Beacons Using the TI BLE-Stack (Rev. A)||PDF | HTML||19 Oct 2016|
|White paper||Bringing Wireless Scalability to Intelligent Sensing Applications (Rev. B)||25 Aug 2016|
|User guide||CC2650 Module BoosterPack™ Getting Started Guide (Rev. A)||29 Jun 2016|
|Application note||Voice Over Remote Control||19 May 2016|
|More literature||Allegion Case Study (Rev. A)||12 Apr 2016|
|White paper||A guide to SensorTag Hackathons: Resources||08 Mar 2016|
|More literature||CC2650RC Quick Start User's Guide||08 Mar 2016|
|Application note||Using the Wireless SimpleLink CC26xx in Ext Regulator Mode With the TPS62740||19 Nov 2015|
|More literature||SimpleLink CC2650 Evaluation Module Kit Quick Start Guide||05 Nov 2015|
|Application note||CC2640 Wireless MCU DC Supply Evaluation||05 Oct 2015|
|E-book||Understanding Wireless Connectivity in the Industrial IoT||22 Jul 2015|
|Application note||Using GCC/GDB With SimpleLink CC26xx||PDF | HTML||23 Feb 2015|
|More literature||SimpleLink 6LoWPAN/ZigBee CC2630 Wireless Microcontroller||10 Feb 2015|
|More literature||SimpleLink Bluetooth Smart CC2640 Wireless Microcontroller||10 Feb 2015|
|More literature||SimpleLink CC2650 Development Kit Quick Start Guide||12 Jan 2015|
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32-bit Arm Cortex-M4F based MCU with 80 -MHz, 256 -KB Flash, 32 -KB RAM, 2 CAN, RTC, USB, 64-Pin
20 MHz MCU with 128KB Flash, 10KB SRAM, 16-bit Sigma-Delta ADC, dual DAC, DMA, 2 OpAmp, 160 seg L
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SmartRF™ Studio is a Windows application that can be used to evaluate and configure Low Power RF devices from Texas Instruments. The application helps designers of RF systems to easily evaluate the radio at an early stage in the design process. It is especially useful for generation of configuration register values and commands, and for practical testing and debugging of the RF system. SmartRF Studio can be used either as a standalone application or together with applicable evaluation boards or debug probes for the RF device.
The Code Composer Studio™ IDE is a complete integrated suite that enables developers to create and debug applications of all Texas Instruments Embedded Processors (Sitara, DSP, Automotive, Keystone), Microcontrollers (SimpleLink™, C2000 Digital Control, MSP430, TM4C, Hercules), as well as Digital Power (UCD) and Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA) devices.
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. The flash programmer includes both a graphical user interface and a command line interface.
The SimpleLink™ SDK BLE Plugin is a companion software package that enables the use of a Bluetooth radio on any standard MSP432P4 platform, MSP432E4 or CC32XX platform, and enables this two-chip solution to act as either a GAP Peripheral role or a GAP Central role. By having the ability to seamlessly and modularly add Bluetooth functionality (more specifically Bluetooth Low Energy/BLE) to an embedded system, a programmer can enable their embedded device to become a gateway to various IOT infrastructures.
For examples demonstrating the two-chip solution in a peripheral role, the plugin leverages the use of the TI Simple Application Processor (SAP) driver connected to a CC26xx Simple Network Processor (SNP) to provide a highly customizable hardware configuration. For software connectivity between the SAP and the SNP, an architecture agnostic HAL/Drivers layer is used to promote software portability and maximize collateral reuse.
For examples demonstrating the two-chip solution in a central role, communication between the NWP and the Host occurs through a UART serial interface using the Host Controller Interface (HCI) protocol. TI Vendor Specific HCI commands and a limited subset of Bluetooth LE HCI commands/events to implement a Bluetooth application. By using TI Vendor Specific commands and events, the application can communicate with and access the BLE stack.
SmartRF Packet Sniffer 2 includes software and firmware to capture and display over-the-air packets. The capture device is connected to the PC via USB. SmartRF Packet Sniffer 2 supports the CC13xx and CC26xx family of devices as capture device and uses Wireshark for packet display and filtering.
Please note that device revision C (1.1) of CC13x2/CC26x2 is no longer supported. Download SmartRF Packet Sniffer 2 v1.6.0 if you use CC13x2/CC26x2 device revision C (1.1).