CC3100 & CC3200 Advanced App Notes
Advanced App Notes
- Main Link: Power Management App Note
This application note documents the CC3100/CC3200 networking subsystem power management (PM) capabilities and basic system behavior. It serves as a guide for creating power optimized systems using the CC3100/CC3200.
CC3200 Power Management Framework
- Main link: Power Management Framework
The objective of the power management framework is to provide an easy to use infrastructure for developers to create a power aware solution. The framework abstracts the inherently complex tasks of power management by providing simple services that can be invoked by application developers.
- Main Link : SFlash Reccomendations Note
Many embedded systems contain a serial flash component to store firmware, configuration files and user data for usage by a microcontroller/processor. The processor sporadically writes data into this serial flash for updating the contents. Inclusion of serial flash memory poses unique challenges for the system designer.
Transceiver Mode Application
- Main Link: Transceiver Mode App Note
This page describes CC3100/CC3200 ‘802.11 Transceiver Mode’, a powerful feature that allows applications to send and receive raw data on 802.11 MAC and PHY layers. The feature bypasses the IP and MAC layers altogether, thereby allowing application developers define proprietary protocols over WLAN PHY.