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Part Number: CC2640
Note: I wanted to post this in the 'Other wireless technologies forum', but when entering CC2640, it only allows the Bluetooth Forum. Could a moderator please relocate this post,
I have an application where we will be using a CC2640 in proprietary mode. We are looking at the 1Mbps, 2Mbps, and 5Mbps modes of operation. From my learning, it looks like we might need to use either the standard proprietary wireless API, or the high speed API. In the past I have worked with the CC2545 where timing characteristics were specified in detail in the data sheet. I’ve read through both the CC2640 data sheet and the CC13x0, CC26x0 Technical Reference Manual and have been unable to locate any similar specs.
Here is a list of some of the timing specs I’m looking for:
Could someone either point me to the document that has this information, or provide this information separately?
Thanks in advance for the help.
The timing on this device depends on the mode of operation and drivers being used. There are few posts such as below with some information on typical turnaround time in standard configurations.
However, it is recommended to route the PA and LNA enable signals on GPIOs and measure the timing on oscilloscope.(http://dev.ti.com/tirex/content/simplelink_cc2640r2_sdk_2_30_00_28/docs/blestack/ble_user_guide/html/debugging/ble-index.html#debugging-enable-rf-observables)
Time required for synthesizer calibration is ~300us.
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In reply to SVS:
Thank you, that is the information I was looking for!
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