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CC3100 BoosterPack Hardware
The CC3100 SimpleLink™™ Wi-Fi®™ solution provides the flexibility to add Wi-Fi to any microcontroller (MCU).
This user guide explains the various configurations of the CC3100 hardware BoosterPack™. This internet on a chip solution contains all you need to easily create IoT solutions – security, quick connection, cloud support and more. The CC3100 Boosterpack can be used in several ways. First, it can be connected to a TI MCU Launchpad (software examples provided for MSP-EXP430F5529LP). Second, it can be plugged into a CC31XXEMUBOOST board and connected to a PC for MCU Emulation. Finally,it can be connected onto an adapter board (MCU-ADAPT), which allows customers to use CC3100BOOST with additional platforms beyond TI Launchpads. The user can refer to the CC31xx programming guide for instructions on porting driver and sample code.
CC31xx Hardware Guide
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1. There is no pull-down resistor connected to pin-19 of the device. This can cause the device to show high currents in the LPDS modes. In case the issue is noticed, add a 100K resistor to ground using blue wiring.