FabShops - Training on the use of Texas Instruments Products

  • Thursday, October 16, 2014
  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • OEDK Classroom

FabShops - Training on the use of Texas Instruments Products

***We've added 10 more spots!***

Pizza Dinner will be served.   

This session is a demonstration and hands-on training for use of Texas Instruments Products.

  • Students will need to bring their own PC (or pair up w/ a friend who does) and pre-load the Energia and Code Composer software.  It’s easy!   Follow the instructions on this link

Prep for your design or capstone courses and take home your own MSP-EXP430F5529LP LaunchPad to build Internet of Things (IoT) projects.  MSP430 MCU’s are 16-bit, RISC-based, mixed-signal processors for low-power systems. MSP430 offers low power consumption and the perfect mix of integrated peripherals for thousands of applications.  In the workshop you will get started with the Energia Software IDE (a fork of the Arduino SW) and move quickly to a full Code Composer Studio IDE.   Code Composer Studio IDE version 6  can import sketches for full debug and full programming capability bringing your development to a professional level.  In the workshop you will also work with 430BOOST-CC110L RF BoosterPack to explore wireless connectivity.  Your instructor, TI LaunchPad Applications Engineering Manager, Trey German,  will also show examples using a new Educational BoosterPack providing a variety of IO interaction as well as the new SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 BoosterPack.  

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Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen - Rice University

6100 Main Street MS 390 | Houston, Texas | 77005

Phone: 713.348.OEDK

Email: oedk@rice.edu

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