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CC2642R: Communication Interface and Example Code between AWR1843AOP EVM Processor and CC2642 Bluetooth IC

Part Number: CC2642R
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: AWR1843AOP, , AWR1843AOPEVM

Hello TI forum community,

I hope you are all doing well. I am currently working on a project that involves the AWR1843AOP EVM and the CC2642 Bluetooth IC. In this project, I want to establish communication between the processor on the AWR1843AOP EVM and the CC2642 Bluetooth IC.

The AWR1843AOP EVM features an ARM Cortex-R4F processor, and I believe this processor is responsible for handling the radar data processing and other tasks. On the other hand, the CC2642R1FRGZR Bluetooth IC is a BLE module, and I am interested in understanding the complete communication details between these two devices.

Specifically, I would like to know:

  • Which communication interface (e.g., UART, SPI, I2C, etc.) is used to facilitate communication between the ARM Cortex-R4F processor and the CC2642R1FRGZR Bluetooth IC?
  • What are the specific steps or protocol used to exchange data between these devices?

Additionally, I am looking for an example code or code snippet that demonstrates how to communicate with the CC2642 Bluetooth IC from the AWR1843AOP EVM. The example code would be helpful for me to get started with the implementation and to understand the required configurations.

I have done some initial research, but I have not found specific details about this communication interface in the available documentation. Therefore, I am seeking assistance and insights from the experienced TI forum members to gain a better understanding of the communication between these devices.

If anyone could provide me with the complete communication details and an example code for Bluetooth communication with the CC2642R1FRGZR IC, I would greatly appreciate it. Your guidance and expertise will be invaluable to the success of my project.

Thank you in advance for your time and support.

Best regards,