The latest news, tips and design resources for TI’s MSP portfolio of 16-bit and 32-bit low-power microcontrollers.
    • Jun 23, 2015

    Be social, discuss energy harvesting (on Twitter) live!

    Learn more about energy harvesting during our hour-long Twitter chat on July 8 and July 10 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. CDT (17:00 – 18:30 CEST). William Cooper, one of our product marketing engineer from MSP, will be joining other TI gurus to tackle the latest trends in energy harvesting technology and designing your own products. Join the conversation...
    • Jun 22, 2015

    Community Highlights - June '15

    Welcome to the June edition of MSP Community Highlights! Take a look at some of the amazing projects created using MSP microcontrollers: Digital FM Receiver designed by Rohit Gupta (Please visit the site to view this video) 3D printed rob...
    • Jun 17, 2015

    High-level analog integration in an ultra-low-power MCU? You bet!

    Today we are introducing the highly integrated analog system-on-chip microcontroller series from MSP, building on the successes of previous generations of MSP430FG4x MCUs. The new MSP430FG6x MCU series brings even more analog performance and int...
    • Jun 9, 2015

    How to use ARM® Keil® RTX with MSP432 MCUs

    This blog is posted on behalf of Bob Boys, ‎Product Manager for Keil & RVDS Tools at ARM. This blog is about the RTX, ARM's free and reliable RTOS. RTX now has a BSD license and this makes it free. ARM provides all RTX source c...
    • Jun 3, 2015

    What new can you do with the MSP430FR6972 MCU?

    The MSP430FR6972 FRAM microcontroller and derivatives released last week offer the perfect balance between analog integration and ultra-low power with a 116-segment LCD controller, a 12-bit ADC with internal window comparator and an AES har...
    • Jun 2, 2015

    Leverage FreeRTOS for MSP432 MCUs

    The use of an ARM Cortex-M4 core in the new MSP432 microcontroller platform has brought the benefits of the huge, diverse and non-proprietary ARM ecosystem to MSP430 MCU users. One of the most popular components in that ecosystem is FreeRTO...
    • May 29, 2015

    What is Compute Through Power Loss?

    With the Launch of new MSP430 FRAM MCUs and the latest MSP430 FRAM LaunchPad, you may have missed our recently launched MSP-FRAM-UTILITIES page. The truth is, this is likely the most exciting release in terms of both innovati...
    • May 27, 2015

    Taking advantage of real-time operating systems with MSP432 MCUs

    As your product performance needs are increasing, you may consider porting your existing MSP430 MCU design to TI's new high performance MSP432 MCU platform. Alternatively, as your product power consumption needs are decreasing, you may be conside...
    • May 22, 2015

    New LaunchPad - More Features - Big Savings

    As announced earlier this week , we have a new LaunchPad Development Kit featuring our most integrated FRAM microcontroller. The MSP-EXP430FR6989 LaunchPad is perfect for evaluation of our platform when considering designs with new devices such a...
    • May 20, 2015

    Lose power, not data with new FRAM microcontrollers

    New microcontrollers , a new LaunchPad and a new software library - all unique in their own right for the industry! Our Compute Through Power Loss (CTPL) library is part of the new MSP-FRAM- UTILITIES and now enables MSP ...