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CC2650F128RGZR

SimpleLink multi-standard 2.4 GHz ultra-low power wireless MCU 48-VQFN -40 to 85

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
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Reference Designs

  • Daisy chain temperature sensor reference design for SensorTag
    TIDA-00800: The TIDA-00800 reference design entails 4 temperature sensors along a daisy chain in a cabling environment. The sensors connect to the SensorTag development platform via the UART interface where the information can be transmitted wirelessly. The Bluetooth low energy wireless technology makes testing and demonstration easier due to its integration in most modern equipment. The form factor and electrical connections are compatible with TI SensorTag 2.0 ecosystem, allowing easy prototyping with other wireless technology (Zigbee, Wifi, sub 1GHz…), while the selected sensor allows industrial grade accuracy and resolution.
  • TIDA-00756 Always-on Low-power Gas Sensing with 10+ Year Coin Cell Battery Life Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00756: The TIDA-00756 TI Design uses nano-power operational amplifiers, comparators, system timers, temperature sensors, and the SimpleLink™ ultra-low power 2.4-GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform to demonstrate an ultra-low power carbon monoxide detector implementation. These technologies lead to an extremely long battery life, over 10 years with a standard CR2032 lithium ion coin cell battery, which could be used for applications including gas detection or air quality monitoring. The carbon monoxide detector has sensitivity up to 1000 ppm with a standby current of 1.07-µA. The design guide includes techniques for system design, detailed test results, and information to get the design up and running quickly.
  • Bluetooth Smart to Wi-Fi IoT Gateway Reference Design
    TIDC-BLE-TO-WIFI-IOT-GATEWAY: The gateway connects Bluetooth® Smart devices to the Internet over Wi-Fi®. It allows Bluetooth Smart nodes to be used in home/building automation and retail environments. The reference design is complete with connection of the SimpleLink™ SensorTag data to the IBM Bluemix cloud service using the SimpleLink ultra-low power CC2650 wireless MCU and SimpleLink WiFi CC3200 wireless MCU.
  • CC2650EM-MURBAL-RD CC2650EM-MurBal Reference Design | TI.com
    CC2650EM-MURBAL-RD: The CC2650EM-MurBal reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 evauation module with the 5x5 mm package and integrated 0603 balun from Murata. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • TIDM-TM4C129XBLE BLE Enabled IoT Node With High Performance MCU Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-TM4C129XBLE: A system example to show how to build a BLE Node by integrating a TM4C1294 MCU from the TM4C product family and a CC2650 device. This reference design demostatrates the capability of remotely controlling MCU operation via the internet.
  • CC2650EM-MurBal Reference Design
    CC2650EM-MURBAL-RD: The CC2650EM-MurBal reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 evauation module with the 5x5 mm package and integrated 0603 balun from Murata. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • TIDA-01398 Ultra Low-Power Wireless PIR Motion Detector for Cost-Optimized Systems Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-01398: The TIDA-01398 TI Design uses only a quad-channel nano-power operational amplifier and the SimpleLink™ ultra-low power 2.4GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform to demonstrate a low power cost-optimized wireless motion detector implementation. These technologies lead to an extremely long battery life, up to 10 years with a standard CR2032 lithium ion coin cell battery, which could be used for applications including motion detection or lighting control through occupancy detection. The PIR sensor has sensitivity of up to 30-feet with shutdown current of 2.16-µA. The design guide includes techniques for system design, detailed test results, and information to get the design up and running quickly.
  • CC2650EM-4XS Reference Design
    CC2650EM-4XS-RD: The CC2650EM-4XS reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 Evauation Module with the 4x4 mm package and single-ended RF output with external biasing. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • Humidity & Temp Sensor Node for Star Networks Enabling 10+ Year Coin Cell Battery Life Ref Design
    TIDA-00374: This TI Design uses Texas Instruments nano-power system timer, SimpleLink™ ultra-low power wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform, and humidity sensing technologies to demonstrate an ultra-low power method to duty-cycle sensor end nodes. These technologies lead to an extremely long battery life: over 10 years with a standard CR2032 lithium ion coin cell battery. The TI Design includes techniques for system design, detailed test results, and information to get the design up and running quickly. This reference design uses the HDC1000. This reference design can also be used with the HDC1008, and HDC1050.
  • CC2650EM-4XS-EXT-REG-RD CC2650EM-4XS-EXT-REG Reference Design | TI.com
    CC2650EM-4XS-EXT-REG-RD: The CC2650EM-4XS_Ext_Reg reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 configured for external regulator operation using the TPS62740 DCDC converter. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • SimpleLink Multi-Standard CC2650 SensorTag Reference Design
    TIDC-CC2650STK-SENSORTAG: The new SimpleLink Multi-Standard SensorTag IoT kit invites you to realize your cloud-connected product idea. Including 10 low-power MEMS sensors in a tiny package, the kit is expandable with DevPacks to make it easy to add your own sensors or actuators. Connect to the cloud with Bluetooth Smart® and get your sensor data online in three minutes. The SensorTag is ready to use out of the box with an iOS and Android app, with no programming experience required to get started. The new SensorTag is based on the CC2650 wireless MCU, offering 75% lower power consumption than previous Bluetooth Smart products. This allows the SensorTag to be battery powered, and offer years of battery lifetime from a single coin cell battery. The Bluetooth Smart SensorTag includes iBeacon technology. This allows your phone to launch applications and customize content based on SensorTag data and physical location. Additionally, the SensorTag can be enabled with ZigBee® and 6LoWPAN technology. Visit www.ti.com/sensortag for more information.
  • TIDC-CC2650-CC2592-EMK SimpleLink™ CC2650 Wireless MCU and CC2592 Range Extender Reference Design with 122dB Link Budget | TI.com
    TIDC-CC2650-CC2592-EMK: Internet of Things (IoT) applications such as home and industrial automation, lighting, metering and sensor networks could need a longer RF transmission range than the stand-alone SimpleLink(TM) ultra-low power wireless MCU family of devices offer. The CC2650-CC2592 reference design pairs SimpleLink multi-standard CC2650 wireless MCU with the CC2592 range extender to increase the total link budget to 122 dB, enabling significant increase in RF range.
  • TIDA-00759 Low-Power PIR Motion Detector With Bluetooth Smart & 10-Year Coin Cell Battery Life Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00759: The TIDA-00759 TI Design uses nano-power operational amplifiers, comparators, and the SimpleLink™ ultra-low power 2.4GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform to demonstrate a low power wireless motion detector implementation. These technologies lead to an extremely long battery life, over 10 years with a standard CR2032 lithium ion coin cell battery, which could be used for applications including motion detection or lighting control through occupancy detection. The PIR sensor has sensitivity of up to 30-feet with shutdown current of 1.63-µA. The design guide includes techniques for system design, detailed test results, and information to get the design up and running quickly.
  • TIDA-00800 Daisy chain temperature sensor reference design for SensorTag | TI.com
    TIDA-00800: The TIDA-00800 reference design entails 4 temperature sensors along a daisy chain in a cabling environment. The sensors connect to the SensorTag development platform via the UART interface where the information can be transmitted wirelessly. The Bluetooth low energy wireless technology makes testing and demonstration easier due to its integration in most modern equipment. The form factor and electrical connections are compatible with TI SensorTag 2.0 ecosystem, allowing easy prototyping with other wireless technology (Zigbee, Wifi, sub 1GHz…), while the selected sensor allows industrial grade accuracy and resolution.
  • TIDC-BLE-TO-WIFI-IOT-GATEWAY Bluetooth Smart to Wi-Fi IoT Gateway Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDC-BLE-TO-WIFI-IOT-GATEWAY: The gateway connects Bluetooth® Smart devices to the Internet over Wi-Fi®. It allows Bluetooth Smart nodes to be used in home/building automation and retail environments. The reference design is complete with connection of the SimpleLink™ SensorTag data to the IBM Bluemix cloud service using the SimpleLink ultra-low power CC2650 wireless MCU and SimpleLink WiFi CC3200 wireless MCU.
  • BLE Enabled IoT Node With High Performance MCU Reference Design
    TIDM-TM4C129XBLE: A system example to show how to build a BLE Node by integrating a TM4C1294 MCU from the TM4C product family and a CC2650 device. This reference design demostatrates the capability of remotely controlling MCU operation via the internet.
  • CC2650EM-4XD-RD CC2650EM-4XD Reference Design | TI.com
    CC2650EM-4XD-RD: The CC2650EM-4XD reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 evauation module with the 4x4 mm package and differential RF output with external biasing. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • TIDA-00374 Humidity & Temp Sensor Node for Star Networks Enabling 10+ Year Coin Cell Battery Life Ref Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00374: This TI Design uses Texas Instruments nano-power system timer, SimpleLink™ ultra-low power wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform, and humidity sensing technologies to demonstrate an ultra-low power method to duty-cycle sensor end nodes. These technologies lead to an extremely long battery life: over 10 years with a standard CR2032 lithium ion coin cell battery. The TI Design includes techniques for system design, detailed test results, and information to get the design up and running quickly.
  • PMP9792 Multi-Rail, Low Iq Power Reference Design for Wearable Applications | TI.com
    PMP9792: Wearable applications like smart wristbands provide two main power rails to supply the wireless MCU, sensors, and the display. They are very tiny, and therefore require the smallest solution size possible. This reference design shows a full solution based on the TPS62770 multi-rail DC/DC converter, CC2650 wireless MCU, and a PMOLED display.
  • TIDM-WLMOTORMONITOR Wireless Motor Monitor Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDM-WLMOTORMONITOR: This TI Design is inspired by the need to monitor the health of motors and machines to accurately predict and schedule maintenance (or replacement) while minimizing cost and down time during industrial production. Millions of industrial motors are monitored today with handheld or wired Piezo accelerometer sensing devices. The annual cost of monitoring these motors is approximately $300 per motor. Recent advancements in ultra-low-power processing technologies, radios, and piezo sensor miniaturization have enabled the development and deployment of low-cost, small motor monitors with wireless capabilities. These wireless motor monitors are powered by coin cells that have a battery life of more than 10 years. These systems provide the same broadband sensitivity as existing handheld systems, collect vibrational data, and perform spectral analyses on that data. This integrated intelligence lets you deploy and monitor these systems in difficult-to-reach locations. The money these capabilities save can pay for the systems within a few months. The wireless motor-monitoring TI Design uses two different, yet electrically equivalent, form factors for development and testing. These form factors include: In the modular form factor, TI LaunchPad™ Development Kits and EM connectors allow you to incorporate multiple radios and processors with energy-management and sensor subsystems. The compact form factor uses the MSP430™FR5969 ultra-low-power microcontroller unit (MCU) with a CC2650 BLE radio, but can be connected to multiple sensor boards. The standard sensor board supports a PCB Piezotronic vibration sensor. The 30-pin expansion connector on the small form factor board enables the base-board to be operated with the MCU, the CC2650 radio, or both. The system software assumes you are using both devices. This TI Design focuses on the compact form factor system.
  • Bluetooth® SMART Keyboard Reference Design Module
    TIDC-BLUETOOTH-SMART-KEYBOARD-MODULE: This reference design provides a turnkey solution for Bluetooth SMART keyboards using the SimpleLink CC2650 Wireless MCU. Hardware and software reference files are included for easy adaptation to customer specific requirements.
  • TIDM-BLE-REEDMTR Flow Measurement Reference Design with Reed Switches and BLE | TI.com
    TIDM-BLE-REEDMTR: TIDM-BLE-REEDMTR is an elegant single chip reference design with minimal component count to transform a mechanical water or gas meter into a smart meter. This system consumes less than 11uA in standby mode, with RF connection in every 5 seconds. The total mechanical gear counter can be replaced by two Reed switches, eliminating the process to redesign the existing casing. The Reed switches are controlled by the low-power sensor controller engine of the CC2650 SimpleLink™ wireless MCU. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) communications provide the users with the ability to read the meter via a smart phone or PC at any time within 10 meters. The software package of this reference design provides a fast setup of the CC2650 and a custom profile for the BLE application.
  • TIDC-SPPBLE-SW-RD UART to Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) Bridge Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDC-SPPBLE-SW-RD: This is a reference software solution to demonstrate how to implement a UART to BLE bridge and to communicate serial data wirelessly bidirectionally between wired UART to a device supporting BLE protocol. This will accelerate the software design process by just dropping modular code into existing and new products to enable Internet of Things (IoT) applications that connects wired serial protocols such as RS232 to BLE. The solution also includes an RS232 to UART hardware reference design.
  • CC2650EM-5XD Reference Design
    CC2650EM-5XD-RD: The CC2650EM-5XD reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 evauation module with the 5x5 mm package and differential RF output with external biasing. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • CC2650EM-4XD Reference Design
    CC2650EM-4XD-RD: The CC2650EM-4XD reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 evauation module with the 4x4 mm package and differential RF output with external biasing. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • TIDA-00666 Field Transmitter with BLE Connectivity Powered from 4 to 20-mA Current Loop Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-00666: The TIDA-00666 TI Design enables Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) communication powered from a 2-wire 4- to 20-mA loop. For industrial process control instruments, analog 4- to 20-mA current loops are commonly used for analog signaling, with 4 mA representing the lowest end of the range and 20 mA the highest. The TIDA-00666 reference design measures humidity and temperature and it is broadcasting the measured values with Bluetooth Low Energy. The TIDA-00666 design is loop powered and the current value on the loop is changed according to the humidity value (0% is 4mA and 100% is 20mA).
  • Optical Heart Rate + Pedometer Reference Design on ARM Based Platform
    TIDA-00682: The TIDA-00682 reference design demonstrates how biometric sensors in a watch form factor can be used to obtain a person's heart rate and steps in real time. By combining the AFE4404 front-end IC and the InvenSense ICM-20655 with the ultra-low power processing capability of the wireless CC2650, it is possible to measure step count activity plus a very robust and high performance optical heart rate signal on an ARM based platform.
  • TIDA-01096 High Efficiency Tunable White LED DC-DC Driver with Bluetooth Smart Connectivity Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-01096: The TIDA-01096 TI design is a tested DC-DC LED driver sub system for tunable white LED luminaires. It is built-on a wireless SoC platform which can enable intensity adjustment (dimming) and co-related color temperature (CCT) control using any BLE smart device. Tunable white light luminaires simulate daylight conditions. With a separate warm-white and cold-white LED string, it allows CCT tuning and thereby helps achieving proper circadian stimulation. TI design TIDA-01096 provides high efficiency DC-DC conversion and allows dimming and color temperature control over more than 1:50 and 1:500 range using analog and PWM methods.
  • UART to Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) Bridge Reference Design
    TIDC-SPPBLE-SW-RD: This is a reference software solution to demonstrate how to implement a UART to BLE bridge and to communicate serial data wirelessly bidirectionally between wired UART to a device supporting BLE protocol. This will accelerate the software design process by just dropping modular code into existing and new products to enable IoT applications that connects wired serial protocols such as RS232 to BLE. The solution also includes an RS232 to UART hardware reference design.
  • TIDC-BLE-METER-READING Bluetooth Low Energy for Energy Monitoring Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDC-BLE-METER-READING: The TIDC-BLE-METER-READING reference design focuses on an application for reading an energy monitor device over a Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) link using the SimpleLink™ CC2650 multi-standard wireless MCU and corresponding SensorTag module. The module is then connected to the hardware (with a minor modification) from the TI design TIDM-3OUTMSTSTRP as the metering data source. This TI Design also includes an Android application that functions as a remote reader and control terminal
  • TIDC-CC2650-UTAG SimpleLink™ CC2650 uTag or Microtag – Ultra-compact Bluetooth® Smart Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDC-CC2650-UTAG: The SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® Smart CC2650 uTag (or microtag) is an ultra-compact reference design for the SimpleLink CC26xx device family. The reference design is suitable for any Internet of Things (IoT) application requiring minimal footprint such as Bluetooth® Smart beacons, medical applications and environmental wireless sensing for home automation.
  • CC2650EM-4XS-RD CC2650EM-4XS Reference Design | TI.com
    CC2650EM-4XS-RD: The CC2650EM-4XS reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 Evauation Module with the 4x4 mm package and single-ended RF output with external biasing. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • CC2650EM-4XS-EXT-REG Reference Design
    CC2650EM-4XS-EXT-REG-RD: The CC2650EM-4XS_Ext_Reg reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 configured for external regulator operation using the TPS62740 DCDC converter. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • CC2650EM-5XD-RD CC2650EM-5XD Reference Design | TI.com
    CC2650EM-5XD-RD: The CC2650EM-5XD reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 evauation module with the 5x5 mm package and differential RF output with external biasing. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • Wireless Motor Monitor Reference Design
    TIDM-WLMOTORMONITOR: This TI Design is inspired by the need to monitor the health of motors and machines to accurately predict and schedule maintenance (or replacement) while minimizing cost and down time during industrial production. Millions of industrial motors are monitored today with handheld or wired Piezo accelerometer sensing devices. The annual cost of monitoring these motors is approximately $300 per motor. Recent advancements in ultra-low-power processing technologies, radios, and piezo sensor miniaturization have enabled the development and deployment of low-cost, small motor monitors with wireless capabilities. These wireless motor monitors are powered by coin cells that have a battery life of more than 10 years. These systems provide the same broadband sensitivity as existing handheld systems, collect vibrational data, and perform spectral analyses on that data. This integrated intelligence lets you deploy and monitor these systems in difficult-to-reach locations. The money these capabilities save can pay for the systems within a few months. The wireless motor-monitoring TI Design uses two different, yet electrically equivalent, form factors for development and testing. These form factors include: In the modular form factor, TI LaunchPad™ Development Kits and EM connectors allow you to incorporate multiple radios and processors with energy-management and sensor subsystems. The compact form factor uses the MSP430™FR5969 ultra-low-power microcontroller unit (MCU) with a CC2650 BLE radio, but can be connected to multiple sensor boards. The standard sensor board supports a PCB Piezotronic vibration sensor. The 30-pin expansion connector on the small form factor board enables the base-board to be operated with the MCU, the CC2650 radio, or both. The system software assumes you are using both devices. This TI Design focuses on the compact form factor system.
  • Bluetooth Low Energy for Energy Monitoring Reference Design
    TIDC-BLE-METER-READING: The TIDC-BLE-METER-READING reference design focuses on an application for reading an energy monitor device over a Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) link using the SimpleLink™ CC2650 multi-standard wireless MCU and corresponding SensorTag module. The module is then connected to the hardware (with a minor modification) from the TI design TIDM-3OUTMSTSTRP as the metering data source. This TI Design also includes an Android application that functions as a remote reader and control terminal
  • TIDA-01095 100W Dimmable DC-DC LED Driver with Daylight Harvesting and Wireless Connectivity Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDA-01095: The TIDA-01095 TI design is a tested DC-DC LED driver subsystem for high power, high efficiency dimmable LED luminaires. It is built-on a wireless SoC platform which can enable intensity adjustment through analog, PWM dimming and control using any BLE smart device or ZiBee. High Bay and Low bay LED lighting luminaires are replacing the fluorescent and HID lights as they cut energy consumption in half and nearly eliminate maintenance costs. Daylight harvesting using the dimming feature combined with ambient light sensor, can provide up-to additional 50% energy savings depending on the application. TI design TIDA-01095 provides high efficiency DC-DC conversion, allows dimming, daylight harvesting and enables wireless connected lighting control.
  • TIDC-DEVPACK-DISPLAY DEVPACK-WATCH | TI.com
    TIDC-DEVPACK-DISPLAY: Add a display to your industrial Internet of Things application! Plug the Display (Watch) DevPack into the SensorTag DevPack expansion header and expand your design with a 96 x 96 pixel graphical display. The display is designed for wearable applications, weather stations, or any portable display application that is displaying information from the web.
  • CC2650EM-7ID-RD CC2650EM-7ID Reference Design | TI.com
    CC2650EM-7ID-RD: The CC2650EM-7ID reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 evauation module with the 7x7 mm package and differential RF output. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • TIDM-TM4C129XGATEWAY Secure IoT Gateway Reference Design for Bluetooth® Low Energy, Wi-Fi® and Sub-1 GHz Nodes | TI.com
    TIDM-TM4C129XGATEWAY: A system example demonstrating how to build a secure cloud-connected IoT gateway allowing access and control of the multiple wireless nodes. The reference design utilizes the TM4C12x, TM4C123x, TRF7970A and RF430CL330H, as well as the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3100, Bluetooth® low energy CC2650 and Sub-1GHz CC1310 wireless microcontrollers (MCUs) development hardware and software suite for ease of development and quick time to market.
  • TIDC-CC2650STK-SENSORTAG SimpleLink™ multi-standard CC2650 SensorTag™ kit reference design | TI.com
    TIDC-CC2650STK-SENSORTAG: The new SimpleLink™ multi-standard SensorTag kit invites you to realize your Internet of Things (IoT) product idea. Including 10 low-power MEMS sensors in a tiny package, the kit is expandable with DevPacks to make it easy to add your own sensors or actuators. Connect to the cloud with Bluetooth® and get your sensor data online in three minutes. The SensorTag is ready to use out of the box with an iOS and Android app, with no programming experience required to get started. The new SensorTag is based on the CC2650 wireless microcontroller (MCU), offering 75% lower power consumption than previous Bluetooth products. This allows the SensorTag kit to be battery powered, and offer years of battery life from a single coin cell battery. The Bluetooth SensorTag includes iBeacon technology. This allows your phone to launch applications and customize content based on SensorTag data and physical location. Additionally, the SensorTag kit can be enabled with ZigBee® and 6LoWPAN technology. Visit www.ti.com/sensortag for more information.
  • DEVPACK-WATCH
    TIDC-DEVPACK-DISPLAY: Add a display to your industrial internet of things application! Plug the Display (Watch) DevPack into the SensorTag DevPack expansion header and expand your design with a 96 x 96 pixel graphical display. The display is designed for wearable applications, weather stations, or any portable display application that is displaying information from the web.
  • TIDC-DEVPACK-LED-AUDIO DEVPACK-LED-AUDIO | TI.com
    TIDC-DEVPACK-LED-AUDIO: The LED Audio DevPack enables Industrial IoT lighting applications. Plug it into the SensorTag DevPack expansion header and expand your design with four high-power LEDs from Osram. The LED Audio DevPack makes it easy to create LED lighting applications controlled from a mobile phone with the Bluetooth® Smart SensorTag or connect to ZigBee® lighting system using ZigBee.
  • TIDC-CC2650RC Voice Remote Control Reference Design | TI.com
    TIDC-CC2650RC: The SimpleLink™ multi-standard CC2650 remote control reference design is an all-in-one solution for development of voice-based Bluetooth® low energy, ZigBee® RF4CE™ or multi-standard remote controls. The reference design demonstrates the recommended layout for decoupling and RF in order to achieve the best RF performance. The design uses discrete components for the balun and filter and an inverted F PCB antenna which gives good performance at a low cost.
  • CC2650EM-7ID Reference Design
    CC2650EM-7ID-RD: The CC2650EM-7ID reference design contains schematics and layout files for the CC2650 evauation module with the 7x7 mm package and differential RF output. The reference design demonstrates good techniques for CC2650 decoupling and RF layout. For optimum RF performance, the reference design, both schematic and layout, should be copied accurately. There are several reference designs to choose from for the CC26xx device family, including designs with the various package types and also the different RF front-end options. All of the reference designs are with 2-layer PCB and has on-board PCB antenna.
  • DEVPACK-LED-AUDIO
    TIDC-DEVPACK-LED-AUDIO: The LED Audio DevPack enables Industrial IoT lighting applications. Plug it into the SensorTag DevPack expansion header and expand your design with four high-power LEDs from Osram. The LED Audio DevPack makes it easy to create LED lighting applications controlled from a mobile phone with the Bluetooth® Smart SensorTag or connect to ZigBee® lighting system using ZigBee.
  • TIDC-BLUETOOTH-SMART-KEYBOARD-MODULE Bluetooth® SMART Keyboard Reference Design Module | TI.com
    TIDC-BLUETOOTH-SMART-KEYBOARD-MODULE: This reference design provides a turnkey solution for Bluetooth SMART keyboards using the SimpleLink CC2650 Wireless MCU. Hardware and software reference files are included for easy adaptation to customer specific requirements.

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