Simplicity Studio

Simplify MCU and Wireless Design

Simplicity Studio provides one-click access to design tools, documentation, software and support resources for EFM32, EFM8, 8051, Wireless MCUs and Wireless SoCs.




  



Energy Profiler: Optimize Energy Consumption

Analyze current consumption in real time with the Energy Profiler. Quickly identify areas of code that draw the most current and visualize energy consumption by line of code.



Network Analyzer: Improve Wireless Connections

Simplicity Studio Network Analyzer
Take advantage of a packet tracer and network analysis features including API tracing and a virtual UART in the Network Analyzer. Combine the Network Analyzer with the Energy Profiler to create systems with the most robust networks and the smallest batteries.



Simplicity IDE: Select the Ideal Tool-chain

Simplicity Studio IDE
Simplicity Studio includes a free GNU tool-chain based (gcc and gdb), Keil® (for 8-bit MCUs) and an eclipse IDE. Developers can also take advantage of integration with Keil µVision or IAR Embedded Workbench to quickly run examples and design their applications.



 

Configurator: Speed PCB Design

Simplicity Studio Configurator
Manage pin assignments and resolve pin conflicts automatically with the Simplicity Configurator, a graphical configuration utility for wireless MCUs, EFM32™ 32-bit MCUs and 8051 and EFM8™ 8-bit MCUs.



 

AppBuilder: Design ZigBee® Certified Products

Simplicity Studio AppBuilder
Use the graphical AppBuilder tool to deliver complete products ready for “ZigBee Certified Product” testing and designation. Simplify development with automatically generated ZigBee certifiable template applications.



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Our recently updated Simplicity Studio development platform provides a single, comprehensive embedded development ecosystem that enables concurrent MCU and wireless design for IoT applications. Join us to learn more about configuration and optimization tools, the Eclipse-based Simplicity IDE and more!

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