It would be nice to play with a CC4000 for a client's project, but I'm tired of buying a bazillion dev boards. The CC4000 is not complicated (UART); I recommend making a BoosterPack that will plug into the MSP430 LaunchPad, and (if possible) the upcoming Stellaris LaunchPad. Then show code examples for both.
If you need help, let me know. I've made a BoosterPack for another client and examples for same.
Thank you for the suggestion, I'll look into this and send it down the proper channels. I'll keep you updated on this forum as to the results of whether we can do this or not.
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We have considered this, and very likely in the future there will be a CC4000 booster pack. The timeline, however is unknown. Obviously the more demand generated for this the more quickly this will happen.
I think coming out with a good booster pack will stoke demand. You have to make it "cool". If you'd like assistance on the hardware or software, let me know; this is something that we're good at.
I would love to see that boosterpack
There is a booster pack design contest right now. I was thinking a CC4000 booster pack would be a great entry for that, and then came across this post. That may help the effort gain more momentum. I have never worked on a booster pack, but would be interested in helping out.
Deric WatersThere is a booster pack design contest right now
Shame it's for US entrants only.
Do you not value contributions from the rest (ie, the majority) of the world...?
Thank you for your enthusiasm in CC4000! Due to the contest and such, I am considering personally doing this boosterpack. I'm going to be investigating the feasibility of this in the coming weeks.
Count me in for one if you do.
One of these plus a cc2541 would be great (ble to provide gps to iphone/pc)
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