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RoadTest the XL-CC1310



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About this Webinar

Sub-1 GHz radio technology offers long range, low power and robustness for the industrial IoT. With the newly introduced CC1310 Ultra-low power wireless micro-controllers, TI is now delivering a unique combination of long distance and ultra-low power with 20 km over a coin cell battery. This webinar covers the RF basics for the Sub-1 GHz band and the ARM© Cortex©-M3-based CC1310 wireless MCU. Moreover TI is the first company to make Sub-1 GHz easy and standardized with the new CC1310 LaunchPad, cloud-based evaluation and development environment, and the TI-15.4MAC networking stack implementing the IEEE 802.15.4g/e standard. This session will leave you with the know-how you need to build a long range, low power star network for monitoring and control.

About the Presenter

Tony Cave is currently a SW Engineer working in the Low Power Connectivity Application team at Texas Instruments. He received the B.Sc. degree (with honors) in electrical and electronic engineering from the Open University in 2003 while working as an Embedded SW Engineer at Motorola Computer Group. In 2005 Tony joined Texas Instruments as a Systems Application Engineer responsible for Embedded SW development and customer support for the OMAP processor on Symbian and Linux Operating Systems. In 2010 he transferred to the Low Power RF Business Unit and since then has focused on developing and supporting Embedded SW for technologies including IEEE 802.15.4, ZigBee, 6LowPan, Bluetooth Low Energy and Proprietary Sub 1Ghz protocols.

You Could Win

During the live session of this webinar we will send out a link to a quiz. Those who correctly answer the quiz questions will be entered into a drawing for the below prizes. See full Terms and Conditions attached.





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