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Comments on CC3000 Wi-Fi for MCU

Towynlin said ...

The link to the CC3000 Software API is broken.

--Towynlin 22:58, 13 September 2013 (CDT)

Borissi said ...

hello. my name is barry ,an entrepreneur. i think that this MCU is great and i can make a good use of it. i would like to know how much does the whole module cost if i buy around 500 pcs at first?

--Borissi 05:47, 4 June 2012 (CDT)

MR.Gomes said ...

Hi there, Me and my research team, have been working on this new CC3000 Wi-fi module for MCU. We have successfully ported the code for the SoC CC2530 and the CC25xx familly and it works fine. During the development, we have found a couple of bugs in the code and the documentation. My question is, how to report these bugs, and how to publish our work, if you find it interesting, to the rest of the Texas Instruments Community.

Best Regards, Tiago Gomes

--MR.Gomes 08:44, 9 April 2013 (CDT)

RDustinB said ...

I can't seem to find raw opcode tables and/or memory mapping for the CC3000. It seems the only answer for the software interface to the CC3000 is, "port the software we give you."

This is clumsy and unacceptable in my mind. Where can I get this memory mapping information for the CC3000? If I have my own SPI drivers, I need to know packet structure and addresses for configuration registers, Tx/Rx buffers, etc. I have looked in the Users Manual, nope not there. I have looked on this wiki, there is some info for command op codes, but I have to extrapolate packet structure from the diagrams and driver code.

Any help would be appreciated.

--RDustinB 12:20, 9 May 2013 (CDT)

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