CC3200_NFC_CARD_READER: This TI design combines TI’s Wireless microcontroller (CC3200) and the TRF7970 NFC BoosterPack from third party provider DLP Design, in order to emulate a near field communication (NFC) reader, which securely transfers the data scanned from an NFC card to any remote location or database, in real time over Wi-Fi networks. Disclaimer: DLP Design, Inc. is not associated with DLP® products of Texas Instruments.
TIDM-TM4C129XNFC: Configuring Wi-Fi network connection parameters in embedded applications can be completed with a simple tap using NFC technology. This reference design illustrates NFC connection handover (pairing) and URL sharing with a Wi-Fi node using a TM4C1294 high-performance microcontroller, CC3100 network processor and TRF7970A NFC Transceiver or RF430CL330H NFC Transponder.
TIDM-TM4C123IOTSTEPPERMOTOR: A system example to show how to control a stepper motor via Wi-Fi connectivity. The TM4C123x MCU is integarated with the DRV8833 stepper motor driver to drive the stepper moter in full step, half step and microstep (up to 256) modes. The SimpleLinkTM Wi-Fi CC3100 network processor is also integrated into the system to demostatrate the capability of remotely controlling MCU/stepper motor operation via the Internet.
TIDC-CC3200CAMBOOST: This SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 Launchpad & Camera BoosterPack based design brings Wi-Fi camera capability to new applications as well as existing ones such as door bells. It enables the capture, remote control and transmission of JPEG (VGA or QVGA) images via Wi-Fi.