Monthly Archive: January 2014

Jan 01

iBeacons on the TI CC2541

iBeacon Screenshot

I’ve been working on a new project that involves the creation of an iBeacon.  For those not familiar, an iBeacon uses a Low Energy Bluetooth (BLE) advertisement to tell devices, “you are here.”  I chose the TI CC2541 for the project because it is very integrated (low external part count) and the power draw is …

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Jan 01

Capacitive Touch Sensing on the MSP430 – 2013 Edition

I took a look at capacitive touch sensing on the MSP430 in 2011 and it was a little… lacking. I had another project come up and had a chance to play around with it again a couple months ago. It’s nice to see the changes two years have made to the framework provided by TI.

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