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does TI plan to make it possible to directly buy the assembled form of the module TIDC-BLUETOOTH-LOW-ENERGY-LONG-RANGE?
I would like to evaluate the performance of this design (we have a simple lab for simple RF measurements), before I possibly place an order to our HW development vendor to try to integrate this module into our application. Unfortunately, I cannot ask that company to build just 2 or 3 such modules and for a higher amount of them I simply do not have a budget :-(
Thank you in advance for your help or advice :-)
That module is not available for sale, but you can download the design files & provide to your CM. An alternative solution may be the BLE121LR module from BlueGiga: www.bluegiga.com/.../ble121lr-bluetooth-smart-long
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In reply to YiKai Chen:
As I am also searching for an affordable extended range sniffer (for security tests / demonstrations), I would like to also use the BLE121LR with your SmartRF Packet Sniffer. (of course, there is the awesome Ubertooth, but let's say this is a bit different sort of device) Now, the manual mentions only the CC2540 USB dongle is supported. On the other hand, the PC-part of this tool apparently supports other chips connected through the CC debugger. Is there a fw for CC2541 to work with the sniffer?
As I know, there is no specific sniffer FW for CC2541. However, there is a FW sniffer_fw_cc2540_uart.hex for SmartRF05EB with CC2540EM. I think this FW should be workable on CC2541 so you can try it. You can find sniffer_fw_cc2540_uart.hex under C:\Program Files (x86)\Texas Instruments\SmartRF Tools\Packet Sniffer\bin\general\firmware if you install TI Packet Sniffer.
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