The SimpleLink SDK includes TI Drivers, a robust set of intuitive, functional APIs that offer portable, feature-rich access to peripherals. The TI Drivers API exposes the functionality of the hardware-specific drivers in the same way across all TI SimpleLink devices, giving developers portable, feature-rich access to a variety of peripherals. TI drivers are open source [Berkeley Software Distribution license (BSD)] and built on a hardware abstraction layer, offering full access to the device’s complete capability.
The SimpleLink™ SDK features POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface), which is a family of standards specified by the IEEE Computer Society for maintaining compatibility between operating systems. Through POSIX-compliant APIs, developers can maintain 100% application code portability between various OS/kernels.
The SimpleLink SDK comes integrated with TI-RTOS. Checkout the trainings below to learn about multi-threaded applications & the features available with TI-RTOS.
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SimpleLink Academy for CC3x20 SDK is applicable for any devices within the CC3220 and CC3120 product families.
These videos provide understanding of the fundamental functions used for rapid prototyping on TI solutions with minimal or no programming, including the following:
- Implementing necessary prototyping functions such clocks/GPIO, Read A/D, I2C/SMBus, etc.
- Seamless interface of various analog EVMs for customer “proof of concept”
- Standalone UI – Button, (GP Input - GPIO), LCD Display (“Hello”), Music, Serial Interface (Putty, Echo)
How many times have you said, “I would like to prototype an idea with TI silicon but I can not get software resources" or “I don’t know how to prototype/program.”
This training shows you how to get started prototyping on TI solutions with minimal or no programming, including the following tasks:
Join our webinar series, as we explore different industry trends and technologies across our diverse product portfolio. Over the coming months, our experts will cover the latest analog, power management and embedded processing topics, across both automotive and industrial applications.
Simple functions such as timer replacement, input/output expanders, system reset controllers and stand-alone EEPROM are common on PCBs. Low-cost, ultra-low-power MSP430™ value line microcontrollers (MCUs) offer cost savings when replacing digital and analog functions in a system. Watch this series to see how MSP430 MCUs can be used to enhance communication, pulse width modulation, systems and housekeeping, and timer functions in your next design.