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Demo firmware for Laird Connectivity Sterling-EWB
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This is the WICED demo application for the Laird EWB devkit. To build this demo, you will need version 6.2.1 of WICED Studio available from the following website: https://community.cypress.com/community/wiced-wifi/wiced-wifi-documentation Once downloaded and installed, copy the files from this repository on top of the WICED-Studio-6.2.1 folder that was created as part of the installation. Copying will overwrite several files that are part of WICED and will create two new folders: 43xxx_Wi-Fi/platforms/LAIRD_EWB 43xxx_Wi-Fi/apps/laird To builld the demo application, a new build string will be required. The build string for the demo application is: laird.demo-LAIRD_EWB-ThreadX-NetX-SDIO download download_apps run Running this build will compile the demo application, flash the radio firmware into external SPI flash, and the demo firmware into the internal flash memory of the EWB. The demo firmware should start executing. The demo firmware is intended to be used along with the EWB demo mobile application available from the typical app stores. NOTE: The firmware in this repository depends on licenced software from Bosch for the BME680 environmental sensor used on the devkit board. The Bosch Sensortec Environmental Cluster (BSEC) software can be integrated by following these steps: 1. Go to this URL: https://www.bosch-sensortec.com/bst/products/all_products/bsec Scroll to the bottom to read and agree to the license agreement. Click the Download link that appears. 2. Unzip the downloaded file. 3. Copy the two .h files and one .a file from ...\algo\bin\Normal_version\gcc\Cortex_M4F in the BSEC release into ...\43xxx_Wi-Fi\apps\laird\demo\sensor\ in the WICED installation. 4. Copy the three bme680.* files from ...\API\ in the BSEC release into ...\43xxx_Wi-Fi\apps\laird\demo\sensor\ in the WICED installation. 5. Copy the two bsec_integration.* files from ...\examples\ in the BSEC release into ...\43xxx_Wi-Fi\apps\laird\demo\sensor\ in the WICED installation.