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attempting to use I2C for the Cc2541
I am attempting to use the CC2541 device that has I2C capability as indicated in the datasheet. I have downloaded the latest TI tools as shown below where it says there is support for the CC2541. when I try to include "HalI2CInint()" in my code it says undefined. There is no hal_i2c.h as part of the Texas instruments directory structure.
The design will have an I2C device on it so it will require the CC2541 device. what am I missing to be able to use the I2C functions as described in the HAL Driver API.pdf document. the functions HalI2CInit, and others are not in any files that I can see.
I am sure it is something simple that I left out. any help would be greatly appreciated.
Version 1.2Feb 13, 2012Notices:- This version of the Texas Instruments BLE stack and software includes support for the CC2541, as well as some enhancements and bug fixes. Details of these can be found below. If you have not previously worked with the v1.1b release (which had limited distribution) it is recommend that you also read the notes detailing the changes and enhancements from v1.1a to v1.1b in addition to the notes for v1.2.
Thanks for the quick reply. I downloaded the files and will test them when I have the CC2541 device board wired up.
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