CC3200-LAUNCHXL . Part Information
|Kit Application Type||Wireless Development|
|Silicon Manufacturer||Texas Instruments|
|Silicon Core Number||-|
|Application Sub Type||WiFi|
|Kit Contents||CC3200 Launchpad and USB Cable|
|SVHC||No SVHC (27-Jun-2018)|
|Features||80MHz ARM Cortex-M4 integrated with Wi-Fi network processor|
Alternative Part Descriptions
- SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 LaunchPad | RS Components
- SIMPLELINK CC3200 WI-FI LAUNCHPAD; Kit Application Type:Wireless Development; Silicon Manufacturer:Texas Instruments; Silicon Core Number:-; Application Sub Type:WiFi; Kit Contents:CC3200 Launchpad and USB Cable; Product Range:- RoHS Compliant: NA | Newark Electronics
- SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 LaunchPad | Texas Instruments
- SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 LaunchPad | RS Components IT
Espressif might have all but cornered the Wi-Fi microcontroller market - should you ever need am ESP32 alternative, Texas Instruments CC3200 might be an attractive alternative.
From a technical point of few, the CC3200 is relatively simple. It consists of a single core ARM Cortex M4 processor clocked at 80 Mhz - it is, furthermore, supported by a dedicated Wi-Fi network processor which Texas Instruments does not specify any further.
Being based in the USA; Texas Instruments has a significant benefit. TI's proximity to regulatory agencies means that the part will not pose much of a legal burden in the USA and its vassal states