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  1. I have the CC2650 plug-in module and I am trying understand how to use the BLE library in Energia. I installed the BLE library. The reference page, http://energia.nu/reference/ble/ says that two demo programs are included in Engergia: SerialOverBLE and BLEInputOutput but where exactly are these programs? I would like to download them into Energia and learn about BLE serial communication. -Bob
  2. There is an edX course coming up in September from the University of Texas in Austin - this time with MSP432 or TM4C123 LaunchPad. The parts list also includes the CC2650 and Educational BoosterPack MK-II. The syllabus includes BLE and RTOS. It is taught by Jonathan Valvano and Ramesh Yerraballi who have offered a course using the TM4C123 on edX in the past. https://www.edx.org/course/real-time-bluetooth-networks-shape-world-utaustinx-ut-rtbn-12-01x http://edx-org-utaustinx.s3.amazonaws.com/UT601x/RTOS.html edit: forgot to mention that these courses are free if you just audit the course
  3. Just spotted the CC1350 Launchpad although some of the documentation is marked April so maybe it was just me that missed it. It's a dual mode Sub-1GHz and BLE wireless launchpad. The US version seems to be available now, but the EU version is not yet available. I assume this means that it's not switchable between the US (915MHz) and EU (868MHz) band for the Sub-1Ghz bit. http://www.ti.com/tool/launchxl-cc1350
  4. Hi, I am trying to send data through UART from MSP430G2553 to sensorTag CC2650 and then through Bluetooth we are seeong value on BLESCANNER app we are using SPPBLE server program but we are not getting any data on the app .Can any one help me out as i am still stuck on it..
  5. Hi Everyone! Recently, I released a Bluetooth Low Energy BoosterPack based on the BLE112 module from Bluegiga. The full-featured BoosterPack is a bit expensive, but there are a few different options that can make the BoosterPack very reasonable. I wanted to create this post so that you guys can ask me any questions you may have about it. Blank PCB: $10 - The BLE BoosterPack was designed with 0805 components and other easy to solder parts making it easy to hand assemble. For $10, you get a blank BoosterPack that can you assemble yourself. The layout and bill of materials (BOM) is available on GitHub. If you need help with finding a component on Mouser or Digikey, let me know. BLE Only: $40 - This options contains all you need to use the BLE112 module with a LaunchPad. Additionally, the USB connector is included, allowing stand-alone use with your PC and USB firmware updates. This means that you don't need the CC Debugger to update the BLE112 firmware. Complete with Linear Regulator: $50 - Rather than using a switching regular, this option uses a linear regulator to reduce cost. Other than using a different regulator, this is the full-featured BoosterPack. Complete with Switching Regulator: $65 - If you care about maximizing your battery life, this is the board for you. Using the TI recommended switching regulator, this board can has unbeatable power consumption. Check out the demo video for a bit more info. While the full-featured board is a bit pricey, it does include all you need to make your project completely wireless: A BLE module, a lithium battery charging circuit, and low-power voltage regulator. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to comment here. Thanks guys!
  6. I've made a BLE113 breakout-board with an MSP430G2553 on it and some buttons. This board isn't tested yet, but in case it's of interest, here are the eagle files. As you can see, it could be made a lot smaller. It is using this following Eagle component for the BLE113. apus_baby_ble_v1.zip