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CC2541 programming and debugging
I have this: CC2541 I would like to know if I can configure it with a command line or over bluetooth or any way that doesn't involve me buying this: http://www.ti.com/lit/ug/swru197e/swru197e.pdf
Assuming that you have a completely empty of FW CC2541 device you must have
some sort of debugging tool (like the CC debugger or sartRF05EB) in order to
program the CC2541 for the first time.
Though you can design your own tool, it would be much easier and faster to acquire
the CC Debugger
I have designed a demo board for a products I'm developing.
After soldering all the essencial components for it to work, I can't see a working 32MHz clock on the crystal pins.
Is this normal before the chip is programmed for the first time? Or do I have to have a 32MHz clock on the crystal pins?
PLEASE help me ...
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