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    MCUs II

    Wireless Microcontrollers


    With the proliferation of communicating-hardware devices that use microcontrollers, it has become necessary to combine both the processing and communication functions to create easy to use devices. And many applications today use not only microcontrollers, but they also have a need for nodes communicating with each other and/or a central controller. To illustrate this direction, let's consider Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

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    Parts Used within the Module

    Wireless Microcontrollers
    CC1350 SimpleLink™ Ultra-Low Power Dual Band Wireless MCUCC2640 SimpleLink™ Ultra-Low Power Wireless MCU for Bluetooth Low EnergyCC3200 SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® and IoT solution, a Single-Chip Wireless MCU
    RF430CL330H Dynamic NFC Interface TransponderCC430F5137 Ultra Low-Power Microcontroller SoC with Integrated RF Transceiver CoreLAUNCHXL-CC2650LAUNCHXL-CC2650SimpleLink CC2650 Multi-standard Wireless MCU LaunchPad
    Smart RF Transceivers
    CC1120EMK-868-915CC1120EMK-868-915Evaluation Kit for High-Performance RF Transceiver for Narrowband System
    Wireless Network Processors
    CC3100MOD SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® Network Processor Module BoosterPack
    Range Extenders
    CC2592RGVTCC2592RGVTRange Extender 2.4-GHz
    Wi-Link 8 Combo Solutions
    WiLink™ 8 Module 2.4 GHz WiFi® + Bluetooth® COM8 Evaluation Module
    The SimpleLink™ CC1310
    SimpleLink™ CC1310 Evaluation Module KitCC3200-LAUNCHXLCC3200-LAUNCHXLWiFi SimpleLink CC3200 LaunchPad

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