Texas Instruments (TI) announced the Stellaris 2.4 GHz
CC2560 Bluetooth Wireless Kit (DK-EM2-2560B), aimed at jumpstarting
Bluetooth-enabled designs. The kit includes the high-throughput,
power-efficient CC2560 Bluetooth solution and proven Bluetooth stack within
The performance and integration of Stellaris MCUs pair
with TI’s leading Bluetooth solution to help developers address the demand for
more streaming audio, remote control and data transfer in industrial and
With this offering, TI further expands
its broad portfolio of complete microcontroller and wireless technology
solutions, which includes 16- and 32-bit MCUs backed by ZigBee, low-power
wireless, RFID, and Bluetooth hardware and software.
The Stellaris 2.4 GHz CC2560 Bluetooth Wireless Kit is
modular and can be combined with the same Stellaris DK-LM3S9B96 Development Kit
that serves as a baseboard for other Stellaris wireless solutions.
When coupled with the DK- LM3S9B96 development board, the
kit includes all hardware and software needed to jumpstart development. It also
speeds the design process, as engineers are able to evaluate the working Bluetooth
solution within 10 minutes or less using the included quick-start application.
From general purpose, ultra-low power MSP430 MCUs, to
Stellaris ARM Cortex-M 32-bit MCUs and high performance, real-time control
C2000 MCUs, TI offers the broadest range of microcontroller solutions.
Designers can accelerate time to market by tapping into
TI’s complete software and hardware tools, extensive third-party offerings and
TI provides the industry’s broadest portfolio of mature,
low-power wireless connectivity solutions. With expertise in more than a dozen
technologies, TI ensures customers the best-suited wireless connectivity for
every type of application.
TI’s product portfolio is complemented with the support
and tools that customers and developers need to quickly and easily bring
wirelessly connected designs to market.
By Telecomlead.com Team