BeagleConnect™ Freedom is an open-hardware wireless hardware platform developed by BeagleBoard.org and built around the TI CC1352P7 microcontroller, which supports both 2.4-GHz and long-range, low-power Sub-1 GHz wireless protocols. Rapidly prototyping of IoT applications is accelerated by hardware compatibility with over 1,000 mikroBUS add-on sensors, acutators, indicators and additional connectivity and storage options, and backed with software support utilizing the Zephyr scalable and modular real-time operating system, allowing developers to tailor the solution to their specific needs. BeagleConnect Freedom further includes MSP430F5503 for USB-to-UART functionality, temperature and humidity sensor, light sensor, SPI flash, battery charger, buzzer, LEDs, and JTAG connections to make it a comprehensive solution for IoT development and prototyping.
The TI CC1352P7 microcontroller (MCU) includes a 48-MHz Arm Cortex-M4F processor, 704KB Flash memory, 256KB ROM, 8KB Cache SRAM, 144KB of ultra-low leakage SRAM, and over-the-air upgrades (OTA) capability. This MCU provides flexible support for many different protocols and bands making it suitable for many different communication requirements.
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