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TI CC3000 WiFi shield for MSP430

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

TI announces the CC3000 SimpleLink Wi-Fi Module boosterpack for Tiva C Series and MSP430 MCU LaunchPads. The TI CC3000 module is a self-contained Wi-Fi solution that enables internet connectivity for a wide variety of embedded applications. According to the datasheet, the module includes a 802.11b/g integrated radio, modem, and MAC...

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43oh : Cubeberg’s launchpad 4-relay BoosterPack giveaway

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

43oh is giving away Cubeberg’s launchpad 4-relay BoosterPack: Cubeberg sent a 4-Relay BoosterPack over to 43oh for a giveaway. This board is  for DC use only such as high current motors or a fireworks ignitor. For more details and to register visit 43oh. Good Luck!

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TI MCU BoosterPack Design Challenge

Monday, January 21st, 2013

If you've ever thought of designing your own BoosterPack for the TI Launchpad, here's your chance to build your own BoosterPack (BYOB). TI is conducting a TI BoosterPack Design Challenge for hobbyists and makers in the continental US. Prizes include a trip to Design West 2013. Judging criteria include originality...

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