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[FAQ] CC3235SF: Matter -- Getting Started Guide

Part Number: CC3235SF
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SIMPLELINK-CC32XX-SDK, UNIFLASH,

Matter, formerly known as Project Connected Home over IP (CHIP), is a royalty-free connectivity standard developed within the Connectivity Standards Alliance, formerly the Zigbee Alliance. Matter runs on Thread and Wi-Fi® network layers and uses Bluetooth® Low Energy for commissioning. By providing a unified application layer based on proven technologies, manufacturers can leverage this open-source protocol to accelerate their development. Matter also improves compatibility for consumers and enables interoperability across the quickly expanding Internet of Things ecosystem so smart switches, smart hubs and smart thermostats from different manufactures can all work together in a home.

Below is a good place to get started with Matter.

The result should resemble this high-level block diagram:

The demo currently only takes place in a local network between a Linux PC (or a phone) as the controller and the CC32xx-Matter-Accessory (e-lock in this example).

The basic demo presented here uses the matter's "chip-tool" as both the commissioner and the controller.

The deice is uses testing certificates provided in the matter's repo. Those will need to be replaced with a production ones that will be approved by a commercial commissioner that will also enable cloud access to the accessory.


Hardware requirements

  • 1x CC3235SF (used within TI Launchpad)
  • 1x Wi-Fi router (any existing or off-the-shelf should work)

Software requirements

 Getting Started

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