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CC3220SF: TIDA-010007 Grid IoT reference design connecting circuit breakers and sensors to other equipment using WiFi

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Hi,

I just downloaded the reference design documentation and technical material but I didn't find anything related to the software. Do I miss something? Or there is no software package downloaded on the page? Any possibility to retrieve the software?

Kind regards,

Massimo

For more than 30 years I've been involved in both the hardware and software design of embedded systems.
Even when I started to manage design teams and international projects -- including having both planning and budget responsibilities -- I also remained active in hardware and software design.
I would like my next project would be yours.

  • In reply to Jesu:

    Any news?

    Massimo

    For more than 30 years I've been involved in both the hardware and software design of embedded systems.
    Even when I started to manage design teams and international projects -- including having both planning and budget responsibilities -- I also remained active in hardware and software design.
    I would like my next project would be yours.

  • In reply to MASSIMO MANCA:

    Hi Massimo,

    I have sent them another email - hopefully they get back to me soon. Just in case they cannot release the example I should note I doubt the software example for this TI design is using additional features that I did not point out from examples earlier.

    Jesu

  • In reply to MASSIMO MANCA:

    Hi Massimo,

    What type of end equipment are you considering our product for?

    Jesu

  • In reply to Jesu:

    OK, thanks.

    For more than 30 years I've been involved in both the hardware and software design of embedded systems.
    Even when I started to manage design teams and international projects -- including having both planning and budget responsibilities -- I also remained active in hardware and software design.
    I would like my next project would be yours.

  • In reply to Jesu:

    Hi Jesu,

    mainly I am working on 3 different devices. The first is  an update on a medical device based on CC3100/CC3200, it is a gateway between a sub-GHz sensor network and the cloud. The second is  the base for a common HW platform used in an application of ubiquitous computing that will be used in museums, archeologila sites and art-galleries and the third is an IIoT application client. The lsat 2 are based on CC3220 but may be ported to CC3235.

    At the moment for the last 2 projects I am investigating the possibility to port some code from the first project (mainly a interface layer) but seems that SimpleLink releases are too different to justify the port, seems better just maintain only the SW interface and rewrite the source code function by fuinction where needed.

    Massimo

    For more than 30 years I've been involved in both the hardware and software design of embedded systems.
    Even when I started to manage design teams and international projects -- including having both planning and budget responsibilities -- I also remained active in hardware and software design.
    I would like my next project would be yours.

  • In reply to MASSIMO MANCA:

    Hi Massimo,

    Thanks for sharing. It is true, vast changes have been made to our SDK going from gen 1 to gen 2. However we do have a software migration guide that goes over all the steps to update the SW for said medical device. Sharing if with you below in case you reconsider.

    http://dev.ti.com/tirex/content/simplelink_cc32xx_sdk_1_40_00_03/docs/simplelink_mcu_sdk/SimpleLink_Gen1_to_Gen2_SDK_Migration_Guide.html

    I received the software example from the TI design. It looks like they used the mqtt_client example as a base to build their example. 

    I'm going to send you a request to send it privately.

    Any further questions?

    Jesu

  • In reply to Jesu:

    Hi Jesu,

    there are many differences, some also in the HW (and these can not be solved) but many seems to be just different define labels and others API changes. What I do not understand is why you did not update the examples, now there are different examples between Gen1 and Gen2 and they are not compatible. But if I uinderstand well the source code, seems to be possible to merge/modify some source code to correct errors or modify the behaviour in the parts I am more interested as the secure file system and certificate management.

    For more than 30 years I've been involved in both the hardware and software design of embedded systems.
    Even when I started to manage design teams and international projects -- including having both planning and budget responsibilities -- I also remained active in hardware and software design.
    I would like my next project would be yours.

  • In reply to MASSIMO MANCA:

    Hi Massimo,

    The SW changes from GEN 1 to GEN 2 are vast and the reasons go beyond just our Wi-Fi micro-controller products. Without going much into detail, we basically standardized a lot of the APIs across our SimpleLink MCUs, added POSIX support, enhanced security and improved quality and maintenance by providing quarterly releases. If you'd like more detail you can check here.

    If you have specific questions about our secure file system and certificate management please create a new E2E so that other community members can find relevant threads.

    Jesu

  • In reply to Jesu:

    Hi Jesu,

    thanks, I received the source code and now I will look better at it. I look also t other SimpleLink MCUs and I understand the standardization at module level, but just changing #defines that should have exactly the same meaning seems not a good idea. There are still too common deines labels also that may conflict with user labels or label contained in other libraries and this is a type of bug very difficult to find.

    If I will have more questions/problems I will open a different ticket targeted to the right argument.
    Thanks for your help,

    Massimo

    For more than 30 years I've been involved in both the hardware and software design of embedded systems.
    Even when I started to manage design teams and international projects -- including having both planning and budget responsibilities -- I also remained active in hardware and software design.
    I would like my next project would be yours.

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