Development Board Wireless CC1310 development kit Evaluation Board

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Place of Origin:
Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
V-chip
Model Number:
VT-CC1310-EVB
Interface:
SPI
Name:
Development Board Wireless CC1310 LaunchPad Evaluation Board
Serial Flash:
External flash for extra storage, over-the-air upgrades and more.
LEDs:
Four general purpose LEDs for demo use or debugging.
Buttons:
Three push-buttons for demo use and user interfacing.
Breakout pins:
Easy access to GPIO pins for quick and easy debugging.
Frequency:
433MHz
Application:
Wireless sensor networks/Wireless alarm and security systems
Color:
Red
Function:
Consumer Electronics products of wireless control

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Development Board Wireless CC1310 development kit Evaluation Board

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The VT-CC1310-EVB is the motherboard in the development kit for the Sub-1 GHz CC1310 wireless microcontroller, the Dual-Band (Sub-1 GHz and 2.4 GHz) CC1350 wireless microcontroller and the multistandard (ZigBee and 6LoWPAN, and ZigBee RF4CE) CC2650 wireless microcontroller. The board has a wide range of features, listed in Table 1 below.

Detail Parameters

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Component

Description

XDS110

The XDS110 provides as debugger for SimpleLink MCUs, supports CCS and IAR. Play as programmer by using Flash Programmer 2.

Full-speed USB 2.0 interface

Easy plug and play access to full transceiver control using SmartRF Studio 7 PC software. Integrated serial port over USB enables communication between SimpleLink MCUs and PC.

Serial Flash

External flash for extra storage, over-the-air upgrades and more.

LEDs

Four general purpose LEDs for demo use or debugging.

Buttons

Three push-buttons for demo use and user interfacing.

Breakout pins

Easy access to GPIO pins for quick and easy debugging.

Table 1 -Available features on the VT-CC1310-EVBAbout this manual

Features

 

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Using the VT-CC1310-EVB

The VT-CC1310-EVB is a flexible test and development platform that works together with RF Modules base on SimpleLink wireless microcontroller from VCHIP.

 

An RF Module is a small module with wireless microcontroller, balun, matching filter, antenna, and I/O connectors. The module can be plugged into the VT-CC1310-EVB which lets the PC take direct control of the wireless microcontroller on the module over the USB interface.

 

Currently, VT-CC1310-EVB supports:

 

- VT-S02C Module

- VT-SA02C Module

- VT-SA02D Module

- VT-S03A Module

 

Some of the above modules come in variants combined with RF front-end. Such variants are called combo modules and are also supported by the VT-CC1310-EVB.  

The PC software that controls the VT-CC1310-EVB + Module is SmartRF Studio 7. Studio can be used to perform several RF tests and measurements, e.g. to set up a Carrier Wave signal and send and receive packets.

 

The EVB + Module can be of great help during the whole development cycle for a new RF product.

- Easy and fast evaluated the RF Module performance.

- Verify your own software. Test the send function by transmitting packets from your software and receive with another board using SmartRF Studio 7. Then transmit using SmartRF Studio 7 and receive with your own software.

- Use the VT-CC1310-EVB as a debugger interface to the SimpleLink wireless microcontroller with CCS or IAR Embedded Workbench.

- Use the VT-CC1310-EVB as a programmer interface to the SimpleLink wireless microcontroller with Flash Programmer 2.

 

VT-CC1310-EVB Overview

 

VT-CC1310-EVB acts as the motherboard for RF Modules from VCHIP. The board has several user interfaces and connections to external interfaces, allowing fast prototyping and testing of both software and hardware.

 

This chapter will give an overview of the general architecture of the board and describe the available I/O. The following sub-section will explain the I/O in more detail. Pin connections between the EVB I/O and RF Module can be found in section 5.5.

 

Applications

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RF_1

RF_2

Signal Name

Description

Signal Name

Description

DIO2

GPIO / RXD

DIO29

GPIO

DIO3

GPIO / TXD

DIO28

GPIO

DIO4

GPIO

DIO27

GPIO

DIO5

GPIO

DIO26

GPIO

DIO6

GPIO / LED_RED

DIO25

GPIO

DIO7

GPIO / LED_GREEN

TDI

JTAG_TDI

DIO8

GPIO / FLASH_MISO

TDO

JTAG_TDO

DIO9

GPIO / FLASH_MOSI

TCK

JTAG_TCK

DIO10

GPIO / FLASH_SCLK

TMS

JTAG_TMS

DIO11

GPIO / FLASH_CS(2)

RST

GPIO / Button-3

DIO13

GPIO / Button-1

GND

Ground

DIO14

GPIO / Button-2

3V3

Power

DIO12(1)

GPIO

DIO1

GPIO(1)

DIO15

GPIO

DIO30

GPIO

DIO18

GPIO / SWO(3)

DIO24

GPIO

DIO19

GPIO

DIO23

GPIO

DIO20

GPIO / FLASH_CS(2)

DIO22

GPIO

GND

Ground

DIO21

GPIO

(1) In some case, VCHIP RF Module dose not pin-out all GPIOs, such as VT-S02C, VT-SA02C, VT-SA02D.

(2) Connected jumper between DIO11 and DIO20 to connect FLASH_CS to RF Module in case.

(3) SWO available in all pin-out RF modules.

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Company Information

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Packaging & Shipping

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FAQ

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Description

Reason and Solution

Can’t communication

1.The power supply connect not well, check the module VCC whether it is out of maximum rating.

2.The signal line connect not well, check the module SPI interface.

3.The settings of the transmitter module and receiver module are not the same. Check these modules’ register configuration.

4.Signal block. If the transmitter work with a high TX power, and the receiver was put at a short distance(<0.5m), maybe there is a signal block to make no communication.

Communication distance is too short

1.The application environment is too bad or the antenna is shield. Put the antenna to a better place outside or higher throw a coaxial line , replace it with a higher gain antenna.

2.The work space contains a same frequency interference source, or a strong magnetic field interference, power source disturbance. Try to change the carrier frequency or get far away from the source of the disturbance.

3.The power supply is not strong. Check the voltage and the current whether it is enough.

High data error

1.The power supply ripple is too big, Change the power supply.

2.Check the module register configuration, it is recommended to set as the CC1120-datasheet.

3.There is a carrier frequency interference, change the channel.

4.The antenna unmatched to the module RF interface, change another matched antenna.

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