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SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | Porting TI Drivers

When: March 9, 2017
With changing markets and new devices always coming out, software should be written in a manner which allows it to be moved to different devices easily. With the SimpleLink™ software development kits (SDKs), no/minimal application software changes are required when porting to a new device or RTOS. This is accomplished by using TI Drivers and POSIX APIs.This workshop is an introduction to the portability of applications using SimpleLink SDKs. This workshop will focus on the key areas that might be affected when porting an existing driver application to a different SimpleLink device.This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible. 

SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | Porting TI Drivers

When: March 7, 2017
With changing markets and new devices always coming out, software should be written in a manner which allows it to be moved to different devices easily. With the SimpleLink™ software development kits (SDKs), no/minimal application software changes are required when porting to a new device or RTOS. This is accomplished by using TI Drivers and POSIX APIs.This workshop is an introduction to the portability of applications using SimpleLink SDKs. This workshop will focus on the key areas that might be affected when porting an existing driver application to a different SimpleLink device. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.  

SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | Porting TI Drivers

When: March 9, 2017
With changing markets and new devices always coming out, software should be written in a manner which allows it to be moved to different devices easily. With the SimpleLink™ software development kits (SDKs), no/minimal application software changes are required when porting to a new device or RTOS. This is accomplished by using TI Drivers and POSIX APIs.This workshop is an introduction to the portability of applications using SimpleLink SDKs. This workshop will focus on the key areas that might be affected when porting an existing driver application to a different SimpleLink device.This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.

SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | Porting TI Drivers

When: March 9, 2017
With changing markets and new devices always coming out, software should be written in a manner which allows it to be moved to different devices easily. With the SimpleLink™ software development kits (SDKs), no/minimal application software changes are required when porting to a new device or RTOS. This is accomplished by using TI Drivers and POSIX APIs.This workshop is an introduction to the portability of applications using SimpleLink SDKs. This workshop will focus on the key areas that might be affected when porting an existing driver application to a different SimpleLink device.This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible. 
Block diagram of a single-chip RF-enabled smart water meter

Single-chip Smart Water meter with Dual-band RF link and InfraRed port

Date:
April 25, 2017

Duration:
08:49
RF-enabled electronic flow measurement modules with LC-sensing provide a cost-effective solution for upgrading existing mechanical water meters with impeller
LC-sensing solution with TI FemtoFET and CC1350 Sensor Controller Engine

Single-chip Smart Water Meter with Dual-band RF and InfraRed port

Hundreds of millions mechanical water meters are deployed around the world today. Market pressure pushes water utilities to add intelligence and allow for automated readout and billing on top of water waste control. RF-enabled electronic flow measurement modules provide a cost-effective solution without full meter replacement and are the main building block for fully electronic smart water meters with impeller principle.

Advanced rapid prototyping based on NeoPixel debug using CCS

Date:
October 7, 2019

Duration:
06:15
This module continues with advanced topics for rapid prototyping: In this case, potential line-by-line debug using Code Composer Studio (CCS).

Code reuse demo with TI SimpleLink™ MCU Platform

Date:
March 16, 2017

Duration:
06:35
This is a live demo to port a SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3220 example project on to all compatible MCUs: MSP432, CC2640R2F, CC1310 and CC1350.&nbsp

LC-sensing - a key sub-system in Smart Water and Heat meters

Date:
April 25, 2017

Duration:
04:59
CC1350 Wireless MCU and TI FemtoFET devices implement a LC-sensing solution together with a Dual-band RF link, an InfraRed LED port and segment LCD SW control

SimpleLink Ultra-Low Power Wireless MCU Platform-Based CC1310DK

Date:
May 18, 2016

Duration:
02:25
The SimpleLink CC1310 Wireless MCU Development Kit is now available! The SmartRF evaluation board, paired with any of our Sub-1GHz products, provides a complete
Rapid prototyping based on embedded wired system

Rapid prototyping based on embedded wired system

Date:
October 4, 2019

Duration:
20:46
This module covers more user interface concepts (specifically, a Linux host wired over USB) and how they are used for control in rapid prototyping.
Rapid prototyping based on embedded wireless system

Rapid prototyping based on embedded wireless system

Date:
October 4, 2019

Duration:
10:15
This module covers more user interface concepts (specifically, a wireless Linux host connected by WiFi) and how they are used for control in rapid prototyping.

SimpleLink™ Academy - Bluetooth LE | Bluetooth Low Energy + Sensors BoosterPack

When: March 9, 2017
Learn how to port between devices in the SimpleLink family to read temperature data on the Simplelink CC2640R2 Wireless MCU. Enhance Project Zero by adding the ability to read and send temperature data over BLE.This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.

Why Sub-1GHz?

Date:
May 13, 2016

Duration:
06:26
In today's connected world, there are a multitude of options to choose from when looking for wireless connectivity. Between Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, Sub-1GHz,
SimpleLink Sub-1 GHz CC1310 LaunchPad Out of Box Experience

SimpleLink Sub-1 GHz CC1310 LaunchPad Out of Box Experience

Date:
January 27, 2017

Duration:
04:58
This training will introduce you to the hardware and take you through a basic example that can be completed right out of the box.

SimpleLink™ Academy for CC26x2 SDK

When: September 5, 2018
SimpleLink Academy for CC26x2 SDK

Connect: Multi-protocol ZigBee and Bluetooth wireless switch demo with LPSTK-CC1352R

Date:
November 6, 2019

Duration:
04:57
The LaunchPad SensorTag Kit (LPSTK-CC1352R) is based on the multi-band, multi-protocol SimpleLink CC1352R wireless MCU.

SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 Project 0: IAR Embedded Workbench

Date:
March 24, 2015

Duration:
11:41
How to run the Getting Started with WLAN Station example on the CC3100 BoosterPack and an MSP430 using IAR

SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 Project 0: Microsoft Visual Studio

Date:
March 24, 2015

Duration:
09:44
How to run the Getting Started with WLAN Station example on the CC3100 Booster pack by using SimpleLink Studio with Microsoft Visual Studio

SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 Project 0: Code Composer Studio IDE

Date:
March 24, 2015

Duration:
12:09
How to run the Getting Started with WLAN Station example on the CC3100 BoosterPack and an MSP430 using Code Composer Studio
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