Here is how to implement System_printf() to write to the console on T.I. CC2640R2F, this is the solution to the unsolved closed issue “CCS/CC2640R2F: Implementation of System_printf()” asked on TIs forum: https://e2e.ti.com/support/tools/ccs/f/81/t/670719. Chang the .cfg file to include SysMin, include the preprocessor XDC references, add the bufSize, remove all references to SysCallback: var SysMin =Continue Reading [Solved] System_printf() on CC2640R2F
You might have experienced this same issue, presented on e2e.ti.com forum, but TI has “locked” my thread without answer. Here’s how to solve that for a very fast and reliable flashing usable in production. We are trying to use srfprog.exe to flash the CC2640R2F, and it gets stuck very often, on any step or any argument,Continue Reading [SOLVED] SRFPROG.exe sometimes stuck or crashed
This is my first experience with CC2640R2F and also with TI more generally so I thought I’ll write down my feelings after a week as it might be of interest to someone else. Background I should mention that this was my very first time developing with TI, which means most of the comments concern TIContinue Reading Hands on TI CC2640R2F
After validating the feasibility of my IoT idea, I wanted to start drawing the schematic. There are plenty of PCB layout CAD software. Target3001 was in the list. Why Target3001? I did not own a licence and prices are high, you better choose the right tool. Fortunately most of them have a free trial, perfectContinue Reading PCB layout with Target3001!
Altium Circuit Studio sold by Element14 (Farnell) is a stripped down and cheaper version of the famous Altium Designer. I thought I’ll give it a try as they just reduced the price to about 1000$. This makes it competitive with others in the same feature and price range. I installed the 30 days trial and startedContinue Reading PCB design with Altium Circuit Studio. FAIL.