The EM430F6137RF900 is a complete wireless development tool for the CC430 that includes all the hardware required to develop an entire wireless project. The sample kit includes two sub-1GHz wireless target boards (including antennas) featuring the highly integrated MSP430F6137IRGC RF System-on-chip. Projects may be developed and instantly deployed using the included batteries.
Note: the current version (v3.1) of the tool supports 868/915 MHz operation only.
The CC430 integrates the latest MSP430F5xx core (which combines 25 MHz performance with a 200-ksps 12-bit ADC, AES hardware security module and a 96 segment LCD driver) with theCC1101 multi-channel RF transceiver designed for low-power wireless applications.
The EM430F6137RF900 development board supports all CC430F613x and CC430F612x flash parts in the 64-pin QFN (RGC) package. It also supports software development for the CC430F513x parts (48-pin QFN (RGZ) package).
The SimpliciTI software stack (a proprietary low-power star network stack) for the CC430 will also be made available to interested developers, enabling robust wireless networks out of the box
A separate debugging and programming interface is required to work with the EM430F6137RF900. A flash emulation tool (FET) may be purchased independently (MSP-FET430UIF) or bundled with the EM430F6137RF900 (FET430F6137RF900).
The ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) classification for this tool will be the same as the included microcontrollers. To find ECCN information for a microcontroller, see the datasheet for that device.
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