Prepare to take off with AIR SWRU312b

Prepare to take off with AIR SWRU312b
Prepare
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with AIR
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AIR BoosterPack Quick Start Guide
The Anaren Integrated Radio (AIR) BoosterPack is designed to provide instant
­wireless connectivity to the TI LaunchPad Development Tool. Just follow the simple
instructions below and you’ll be ‘on the AIR’ in minutes.
This kit contains:
You may also need/want:
Soldering Iron
Solder
IC Puller
X-jumper
USB Battery
BoosterStack Lite
Supporting the AIR BoosterPack for LaunchPad
CD Contents
Software
Firmware
User’s Guide
Web Resources
www.anaren.com/air-boosterpack
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BoosterPack
Firmware
ICs
Software
CD
Computer
LaunchPad
(2)
Tools/
Supplies
Layout & Function: See Users Manual for full description of all features
A
B
C
G
F
E
D
A Pads for optional SWITCH
BAIR Radio Module
CRange Test optimal orientation
indicator (see Users Manual)
DPads for optional LED
EData path jumper settings
(preset defaults)
F“Prototype area.” Use these pads
to build your project onboard
GPads for MCU expansion
Installation & Launch: Follow these directions for quick setup
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1.Insert the CD provided in the Anaren BoosterPack kit,
and if prompted click the “Install AIR Booster Stack
Lite” icon. If a menu of options does not automatically
appear, click “autorun.exe” in the CD root menu.
2.If using on a computer where the LaunchPad drivers
have not been previously installed, click the “Install
LaunchPad USB Driver” menu option. The drivers are
automatically installed.
3.Once the drivers are installed, follow the instructions in
LaunchPad kit to verify hardware operation by running
the ‘temperature measurement’ application.
4.Disconnect the Launchpad from the computer, and if
required, solder the two 10-pin male headers to each
LaunchPad.
Continue on to get your BoosterPack running …
Installation & Launch: (continued)
5. Remove the 14-pin DIP ICs from each LaunchPad,
and replace with the 20-pin DIP ICs included with
the AIR-BoosterPack kit. When properly inserted,
the DIP IC ‘pin 1’ notch will be towards the USB port.
6. For proper operation of the UART interface to the
computer, the LaunchPad J3 jumpers must be modified:
– For LaunchPad v1.4 and earlier, remove the TxD &
RxD shunt jumpers, and replaced with an “X-style”
crossover pattern (not included).
– For LaunchPad later versions, rotate the TxD and RxD
shunt jumpers 90 degrees, as shown to the right.
v1.4 & earlier:
Later versions:
7. Plug a BoosterPack module into each LaunchPad,
ensuring proper orientation. When properly installed,
the Rocket logos will ‘line-up’ on the LaunchPad
and BoosterPack.
8. From the ATC-BoosterStack disc menu, click the
“Install ATC-Booster Stack Lite GUI” menu option.
9. Connect the LaunchPad/BoosterPack assemblies to
the USB ports, using the USB cables included in the
LaunchPad kits.
ATC-BoosterStack GUI: See Users Manual for full description of all features
A
B
E
D
C
F
A Data traces
(RSSI, temperature)
B Trace show/hide
C RF configuration control
D Paired node list
E S2 Switch (pairing)
F Green LED indicator
Installation & Launch: (continued)
10.
Launch the ATC – BoosterStack Lite software. The GUI
screen will appear, and a trace for hub-node temperature
will appear.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The BoosterPack is designed to comply with regulations in
the following regions:
Europe – ETSI (default)
North America – FCC / IC
If the intended location of use is not within these regions, then you must first
check with local regulatory agencies to determine any permissions/license/etc.
are required prior to operation.
See Disclaimers and Regulatory Information included with the kit for
more information.
11a. For use in Europe, skip to step 12.
11b. For use in North America, follow these steps:
– Plug just one LaunchPad/BoosterPack USB cable into
the computer.
– Under “Logical Radio” select “1 A110LR09A, FCC”.
– Click “Apply Configuration Changes”, the change is
stored in the flash memory.
– Repeat this step for the remaining LaunchPad/
BoosterPack units (plugging only one in at a time).
– Re-connect all LaunchPad/BoosterPack assemblies
to the computer.
12. The BoosterPack firmware IC’s are shipped by default as
‘hub node’ (non-transmitting on startup) to satisfy regulatory requirements, and one BoosterPack must be toggled
to “sensor node” for pairing to occur. The following is a
subset of the full instructions contained in the BoosterPack Users Manual (see CD documentation folder).
a) To toggle the BoosterPack from hub to sensor node,
triple-click LaunchPad switch S2. The LaunchPad red
LED will blink 3x to indicate successful change to
‘sensor node’.
b) Press “Discover Nodes” on the GUI, and then immediately press and hold the sensor node “S2” switch for
2 seconds. When paired correctly, the sensor node will
appear in the ‘paired nodes’ list.
NOTE: The GUI display may ‘gray out’ for up to 10
seconds while nodes are discovered, this is normal.
13.
3X
To identify a particular node, click the “Green LED” check
box on the paired nodes list to toggle the node LED.
Still not connected? See Users Manual for troubleshooting!
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