Texas Instruments IIoT enabled Embedded Devices (WiFi Modules, RF Modules, Ethernet Modules, Rapid Prototyping kit, Sensor HUB, ARM Cortex M4 - TIVA C microcontrollers)

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    IIoT Lab AB1 First floor MIT, Manipal


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IIoT Texas Instrument:
1.CC110L: The CC110L RF Booster Pack is a low-power wireless transceiver extension kit for use with the Texas Instruments MSP-EXP430G2 Launchpad development kit. Based on the CC110L device, the on-board Anaren. Integrated Radio (AIR) A110LR09A radio module with integrated antenna operates in the European 868- 870MHz and US 902-928MHz ISM bands. The included software application, called AIR BoosterStack, demonstrates an example sensor network as well as network status reporting.
2.CC3100: The CC3100 SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® solution provides the flexibility to add Wi-Fi to any microcontroller (MCU). This user guide explains the various configurations of the CC3100 hardware BoosterPack™. This internet on a chip solution contains everything that you need to easily create IoT solutions – security, quick connection, cloud support and more. The CC3100 BoosterPack can be used in several ways. First, it can be connected to a TI MCU LaunchPad. Second, it can be plugged into a board and connected to a PC for MCU emulation. Finally, it can be connected onto an adapter board (MCU-ADAPT), which allows customers to use CC3100BOOST with additional platforms beyond TI LaunchPads.
3.SENSHUB SENSOR HUB BOOSTER PACK: The BOOSTXL-SENSHUB BoosterPack offers the following features: TMP006 infrared object temperature sensor, 9-axis InvenSense MPU9150 motion sensor: – 3-axis acceleration – 3-axis gyroscope – 3-axis magnetometer, Bosch BMP180 pressure sensor, Intersil ISL29023 ambient and infrared light sensor, Sensirion SHT21 humidity sensor.
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