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[FAQ] CC13x2, CC26x2 Revision E and SDK version compatibility

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Please note, Texas Instruments has just released Revision E of pre-production silicon for the following SimpleLink™ devices:

 

Additionally, the following LaunchPads have been updated with Revision E silicon:

To determine the silicon revision of your device, please reference the following diagram:

With the pre-production release of Revision E silicon, Texas Instruments would like to highlight several key compatibility considerations:

All users must migrate to the “non-X”, Revision E silicon immediately after RTM to develop with the latest features and ensure software and hardware compatibility.

 

 

 

Reference the following chart for a summary of software compatibility:

Software compatibility for CC1312RCC1352RCC1352PCC2642RCC2652R

Rev. E Silicon

Currently available on TI store: CC1312RCC1352RCC2642RCC2652RLAUNCHXL-CC1312R1LAUNCHXL-CC1352R1LAUNCHXL-CC26X2R1

v2.40.00.xx and later

Rev. C Silicon

Currently available on TI store: CC1352PLAUNCHXL-CC1352P

CC13x2 v2.30.00.xx

CC26x2 v2.30.00.xx

 

Several things will not change between Revision E silicon and Revision C silicon:

  • Device pin out
  • Overall functionality and behavior of the device

Several things will change between Revision E silicon and Revision C silicon:

  • Errata
  • TI will embed the latest software into ROM to increase available flash for application development. This includes:
    • BLE Stack
    • TI-RTOS
    • 15.4 high layer MAC

 

For more information, please reference the latest device data sheets and errata:

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