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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 silicon released before the device production will be “x” marked and can either be Revision C or Revision E
  • All silicon released post-device production will not have the “x” marking and will be Revision E or later.

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-CC26X2R1CC1352PLAUNCHXL-CC1352P

v2.40.00.xx and later

Rev. C Silicon

No longer available on TI store

CC13x2 v2.30.00.xx

CC26x2 v2.30.00.xx

 
Please see the SDK documentation migration guide for guidance on migrating to the latest version of the SDK. This is also available in Resource Explorer on dev.ti.com: Migration Guide

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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    Evan Wakefield

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