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Part Number: CC1310
For an experiment that we have to do I would need to create a module that uses CC1310 or equivalent to manage data traffic in 868Mhz and manage data saving / reading data from an SD CARD memory.
How to do this?
Is there any specific need on the SD card, like use of a file system etc?
There is an "SD raw" example that showcase how to use the SD driver. There is also an "SDFatFS" driver which can be used together with the third part FatFS source provided in the SDK to use the SD card with a file system.
If you are OK with using launchpads, the LCD display (the monochrome one if I remember correctly) boosterpack features an SD Card holder.
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You can try to use sdraw example at dev.ti.com/.../node
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In reply to YiKai Chen:
Hi M-W, Hi YiKai,
I understood that these were pieces of examples but that something was missing ...
So you can confirm that- there is an SD card driver for "raw" reading / writing- there is an SDCard driver and a FIleSystem that can be used for file management inside the SD-CARD.So no third party packages are needed. Correct?Is the currently managed file system compatible with which standard? I need to know this to understand with which system to be able to read the files saved on the SD CArd.
In reply to Antonio Faggio:
Yes, that is the case.
Note that the SDFatFS driver i was related to uses the third-party FatFS software (it is bundled inside the SDK but it is still considered third-party as it is not developed by TI). This should let you setup the SD card to a file system that most computers would accept.
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