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Part Number: CC2540
I am planning to use the CC2540 as a standalone MCU with BLE support. I need about 4 Digital Output pins / One Analog Input pin and of course a UART.
I guess to meet all of above I can make do with the CC2540 only with no additional MCU.
I will need CCS IDE. But what about the hardware to interface the CC2540 to the IDE and how do I interface it ?
( I come with a 8051 / AVR background and am hence studying the TI range of MCUs but still not clear about the way forward. Would love any pointers on the way forward ) Thanks.
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