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  1. Hello, I'm trying to read the RF430-TMPSNS-EVM using Energia. I have the provided C code working with my MSP430FR4133 Reader. However, I want to send the temperature data over bluetooth using an HC05. I have bluetooth working in Energia code using serial. Now, how do I read the temperature? Can someone please help or point me in the right direction? Thanks, Kobe
  2. Hi everybody, >>> UPDATE - Made "proper" Energia Library out of it. Now with proper named methods/class members<<< >>> UPDATE 2 - Added "keywords.txt" file for syntax highlighting, added comments to "Mfrc522.cpp" file explaining methods (thanks to Grant) - Added example to read cards contents of block 1 <<< >>> UPDATE 3 - You need to apply the USCI SPI fix proposed by Spirilis (post #22) in the following thread: http://forum.43oh.com/topic/3237-energia-library-nordic-nrf24l01-library/page-2 , otherwise the card reader won't work! <<
  3. I recent completed the prototype of my LoginNFC project. It's a combination of MSP430 acting as a USB keyboard (and CDC serial for configuration) and a TRF7970A NFC reader. The prototype was done with a F5529 LaunchPad and TRF7970A Booster - along with a ferrite antenna to improve the read range. It's working well and I did a small write-up here: https://0xfred.wordpress.com/2015/01/14/nfc-login-version-1-0/ However, I don't really feel it's complete until I've got it off the dev board and made a decent PCB. This is my first double-sided PCB, first time with USB, first time with LQFP a
  4. The TRF7970A NFC booster back (made by DLP Design) is now available direct from TI. It's also available as a bundle with a G2 or F5529 Launchpad but costs the same as buying these seperately. http://www.ti.com/tool/DLP-7970abp Perfect timing for me in the UK as I was going to be stung with
  5. Hi All, I'm looking at this booster pack which is now available from TI estore. http://www.ti.com/tool/dlp-7970abp Appreciate any advice from the forum. Not have a specific project goal, but since I don't own anything NFC and also apparently this boosterpack can read Felica card (a major transportation card standard where I live), this looks pretty appealing. My wife's phone is NFC capable so some experiments with it is also cool (short experiments only, of course ) Specific questions: 1. From the documentation, the NFC Link software seems to be using serial to communic
  6. I was poking around on ti.com today, and I was pleasantly surprised as I noted two product families that are now public. The datasheet and user-guide dates are not super-new, but there has been little fanfare and somehow I missed it. Maybe the reason is because I've spent the last 6 months working mainly on Cortex-M. But anyway... 1. RF430F5978 I have been working with this for a long time, in private (i.e. there are libraries and board support in OpenTag). It's really cool, because it combines a CC430F5137 with a 134kHz passive RF IC. One cool app you can do with it is wireless char
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