• Battery measurement and report on MKW40/30 and Freescale Connectivity Framework

    When developing portable applications using batteries, it is important to keep track of the remaining battery level to inform the user and take action when it drops to a level that might be critical for the correct de...
    Ricardo Olivares Duran
    last modified by Ricardo Olivares Duran
  • Persistent Data Manager (PDM) for Zigbee application on KW41Z

    This document describes the Persistent Data Manager (PDM) module which handles the storage of stack context data and application data in Non-Volatile Memory (NVM). For the KW41Z devices, this memory is internal Flash ...
    Shweta Chauhan
    last modified by Shweta Chauhan
  • [KW36] MCU on VLPR with BLPE or BLPI clocking modes

    This post explains the implementation to operate the KW36 MCU on VLPR when the clocking mode is BLPE or BLPI. It's also included the explanation on how to configure clocks for BLPE and BLPI modes.   For this exa...
    Luis Antonio Burgos Lopez
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  • Custom HCI command

    HCI Application is a Host Controller Interface application which provides a serial communication to interface with the KW40/KW41/KW35/KW36/QN9080 BLE radio part.   It enables the user to have a way to control t...
    Estephania Martinez
    last modified by Estephania Martinez
  • [KW36] FlexCAN Bit Timing Parameters Setup

    FRDM-KW36 Software Development Kit (SDK) includes drivers and examples of FlexCAN module for KW36 which can be easily configured for a custom communication. For example, if user want to change the default baud ra...
    Luis Antonio Burgos Lopez
    last modified by Luis Antonio Burgos Lopez
  • Operating KW36 with a 26MHz XTAL

    By default, FRDM-KW36 board includes a 32MHz XTAL (YI) as shown in Figure 1 but there are cases where a 26MHz XTAL is needed instead of 32MHz XTAL for FRDM-KW36 or a custom KW36 board.   Figure 1. 32MHz X...
    Luis Antonio Burgos Lopez
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  • CRC on FSCI packets

    All FSCI packets contain a checksum field to verify data integrity. Every time a FSCI packet is created (by the Host or a Kinetis device) a new CRC is calculated based on every data byte in the FSCI frame.   Com...
  • Bootloaders available for KW platforms

    General summary MCUBOOT, fsci_bootloader and otap_bootloader are 3 different bootloader applications that can be used depending on the use case. The MCU Flashloader is a separate implementation but it's also mentione...
    Juan Carlos Pacheco
    last modified by Juan Carlos Pacheco
  • Modifying clock configurations on KW2xD

    By default the clock configuration on the KW2xD demos is set to PLL Engaged External (PEE). In this mode the system clock is derived from the output of the PLL and controlled by an external reference clock. The modem ...
    Gerardo Rodríguez
    last modified by ebiz_ws_prod
  • Kinetis W: [Thread] CoAP basics and hands on

    Thread provides basic services required for application frameworks implementation with the usage of Unicast and Multicast transmissions over UDP. Thread specification is only focused on the network layer; many applic...
    Estephania Martinez
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  • Thread Smart Home Model

    Hello all,   let me share a video demonstration of the Thread Smart Home model. See the link below: Thread Smart Home model   Best regards, Karel
    kajac
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  • Configuration of Zigbee 3.0 device on KW41Z

    In developing a Zigbee application, certain static configuration is required before the application is built. Configuring the network size, adding a new cluster, making the device discoverable and adding a new endpoin...
    Shweta Chauhan
    last modified by Shweta Chauhan
  • RTC clock out configuration (RTC_CLKOUT)

    I´m going to explain how configure the RTC_CLKOUT pin and the different outputs that you can get with the KW40Z board. First it must be clear that the next configuration are based to use any demo of the KW40Z_Co...
  • ZigBee 3.0 Adding cluster on KW41Z

    This document describes how to add additional cluster to the router application in the AN12061-MKW41Z-AN-Zigbee-3-0-Base-Device Application Note.   The Router application's main endpoint contains Basic, Grou...
    Shweta Chauhan
    last modified by Shweta Chauhan
  • ZigBee 3.0: Adding Endpoint on KW41Z

    This document describes how to add additional endpoints to the Router application in the AN12061-MKW41Z-AN-Zigbee-3-0-Base-Device Application Note.   The Router application's main endpoint acts as a light co...
    Shweta Chauhan
    last modified by Shweta Chauhan
  • QN9080 USB Dongle

    QTool is a PC software tool that works with QN9080 USB dongle to assist in the development of BLE projects with the QN9080. You control the dongle via the QTool software, which issues and receives FSCI (Framework...
    Anthony Huereca
    last modified by Anthony Huereca
  • ZigBee 3.0: Adding Clusters

    This document describes how to add additional cluster to the Router application in the JN-AN-1217 ZigBee 3.0 Base Device Application Note.   The Router application's main endpoint contains Basic, Groups, Identify...
    Shweta Chauhan
    last modified by Shweta Chauhan
  • Updating JN-AN-1229 for compatibility with the SDK Version JN-SW-4170v1745 and JN-SW-4270v1746

    This Document describes the additional changes needed for JN-AN-1229 ZigBee PRO Application Template for ZigBee version 1002 to be able to compile correctly with the latest update SDK JN-SW-4170 Version 1745 and JN-SW...
  • Creating a Pulse Oximeter Sensor Demo Application

    In this document we will be seeing how to create a BLE demo application for an adopted BLE profile based on another demo application with a different profile. In this demo, the Pulse Oximeter Profile will be implement...
    Gerardo Rodríguez
    last modified by Juan Padilla
  • Ultra Low Cost Zigbee Evaluation Board

    Hello All, I designed a ultra low low cost evaluation board (ULC-Zigbee) based in Kinetis wireless MCUs, take a look at the attached PDF for the brief description.  I was able to build three of them at ~$10US...
    jamesbone
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