Mouser ships TI's SimpleLink Wi‑Fi development boards
August 20, 2014 // Julien Happich
Mouser Electronics is now stocking the SimpleLink Wi‑Fi CC3100 and CC3200 Processor development boards from Texas Instruments (TI).
Marketed as an Internet-on-a-chip low-power Wi‑Fi family, these SimpleLink Wi‑Fi development boards allow users to develop with the CC3100 network processor and CC3200 Wi‑Fi MCU families to easily add embedded Wi‑Fi and Internet connectivity to a wide-range of applications.
The development boards allow developers to get started with the CC3200 wireless MCU with the SimpleLink CC3200 LaunchPad evaluation kit. To aid CC3100 network processor developers in adding Wi-Fi to any MCU, Mouser Electronics offers the TI SimpleLink CC3100 Wi‑Fi BoosterPack, and the CC31XXEMUBOOST Advanced Emulation BoosterPack for RF testing and advanced debugging. Both kits include code samples for managing Wi‑Fi features, sending email and instant messages, and CC3200 peripheral examples.
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