Understanding build results on
Simplicity Studio Forum
My main objective right now is to select a SOC module that will allow our product to have Bluetooth and to have enough CPU resources (program and data memory) to support our specific needs.
I have downloaded the Studio 4 software and as an experiment I loaded up a project based on the Thunderboard. I did a build, hoping that it would be obvious how much of the resources were consumed and how much was left over. This was the result:
My understanding is that the module on the Thunderboard is the EFR32BG22, which has 512KB of Flash and 32KB of RAM..
How do I correlate the above build results into Flash and RAM consumed?
48 days ago
Best eval board for BGM13S on
8-bit MCU - Microcontroller Forum
I am an engineer and about to start a project that will be using a BGM13S Blue Gecko Bluetooth SiP Module as the main (only) microcontoller.
For the initial release of the product, BlueTooth will NOT be required. The Microcontoller will have a fairly simple task of responding to button pushes and adjusting a PWM output.
I have been tasked with writing the software for this initial release. I may or may not be involved when the product gets updated to include Bluetooth. In order to get a jump on the software development I would like to obtain an evaluation/development board that will at least allow me to familiarize myself with the development environment, Studio 4, etc.
I have found a couple of development boards, such as the SLEXP8027A and SLWSTK6103A. I suspect that there are others as well. Can anyone tell me which development board would be closest to the BGM13S ?
49 days ago