Posted by Babar Hashim, June 5, 2019
How to use the SX-ULPGN-BTZ EVK to build Sample Demo Projects
With the release of our tri-band module, SX-ULPGN-BTZ, you can now combine Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Zigbee technologies to move data among different kinds of IoT devices. We have also developed an evaluation/development kit to help you get started with your application development.
The SX-ULPGN-BTZ-EVK has the QCA4020 module mounted on a PCB board equipped with sensors commonly used for IoT applications. The development kit also includes physical interfaces for connecting to the SX-ULPGN-BTZ module. Once you’ve built and tested your product on the development board, you’ll work with the module vendor to go into mass production.
SX-ULPGN-BTZ-EVK is the evaluation board for SX-ULPGN-BTZ-2000. The EVK provides a platform that enables access to all the radio interfaces and module I/O for evaluation and application development.
The EVK includes the following elements:
- SX-ULPGN-BTZ-2000 module
- Power supplied through USB Micro header
- Temperature sensor
- Humidity sensor
- Indicator LED’s
- JTAG port (USB)
The SDK includes virtually everything you need to program the board, including several directories of files and tools:
- Binaries — WLAN firmware binary, Cortex-M0 RAM binary and Cortex M-4 ROM symbol files
- Build files — Support scripts, plus tools for image flashing and device configuration
- QAPI — Header files for the API, which is a simple, intuitive interface into hardware and firmware services on the module
Review our Quick Start Guide to help you get up and running on your platform and start developing and building your projects.