This document introduces the CYW20819 ultra-low power dual-mode Bluetooth® 5.0 wireless MCU with an Arm® Cortex® M4 CPU by exploring both CYW20819 device architecture along with the development tools to write applications using ModusToolbox™ Software. The document lists the available resources which can be used to accelerate development and in-depth learning with the device.
AN225684, Getting Started with the CYW20819 application note introduces the CYW20819 ultra-low power, dual-mode BT 5.0 wireless MCU with an Arm® Cortex®- M4 CPU. This application note helps you get started on the CYW20819 device with an overview of the device architecture, development kits and software development tools. It shows how to create a simple BLE application using the ModusToolbox IDE and the Bluetooth Software Design Kit (SDK). It also guides you to more resources available online to accelerate your learning about CYW20819.
This AN226546 document provides further introduces the CYW20819 ultra-low power, dual-mode BT 5.0 wireless MCU with an Arm® Cortex®- M4 CPU by exploring the CYW20819 device architecture along with the development tools to write applications using ModusToolbox software. To help you develop these applications, this technical guide focuses on the use of building blocks of the device and the tools that can aid during the development of the applications. This technical guide is intended to provide you with a brief overview of the features and peripherals of CYW20819.
The CYW20819 datasheet provides the list of features supported by the device and high-level details of those features. The datasheet provides specifications for various functional blocks and subsystem within the device. The datasheet also provides packaging and ordering information that is useful for chip-on-board designs.
The CYBT-213043-02 is a cost-optimized and fully-certified module based on the CYW20819. The CYBT-213043-02 datasheet provides the list of module features and their high-level details. The datasheet provides specifications for various functional blocks and subsystem within the module. The datasheet also provides packaging and ordering information that is useful for chip-on-board designs.
Design Guides and Evaluation Tools
This document provides hardware layout design guidelines for the CYW20819. This document covers basic layout guidelines which include the board stack-up and the impedance control requirements, component placements and recommended parts for the critical components and routing guidelines and the recommended trace width for various power traces. This document must be referred while designing any board to leverage the CYW20819 silicon.
The Cypress CYW920819EVB-02 Evaluation Kit enables you to evaluate and develop applications using the CYW20819. The CYW20819EVB-02 is an Arduino compatible evaluation that features a 62-ball CYW20819 device, an on-board programmer, two user LEDs and a switch and on-board sensors such as a thermistor and a 9-axis motion sensor. The kit webpage provides more details on this kit and hosts resources such as kit quick start guide, user guide and hardware design files.
The Cypress CYBT-213043-MESH EZ-BT Bluetooth Mesh Evaluation Kit enables you to evaluate and develop Bluetooth Mesh using CYBT-213043-02, a fully-certified, CYW20819-based module. The kit includes four boards that enable you to create a real mesh network. Each mesh board included in the kit features a CYBT-213043-02 module, sensors such as a thermistor, an ambient light sensor and a PIR motion sensor, an RGB LED, a user switch, on-board programmer and a coin-cell battery holder. The kit webpage provides more details on this kit and hosts resources such as kit quick start guide, and hardware design files.
This application note introduces you to Cypress’ Bluetooth SIG-compliant Mesh solution by covering BLE Mesh architecture, code structure and how to make changes based on your application needs. By the end of this application note, you will be able to develop your own Mesh-enabled products using Cypress’ certified module or silicon solution.
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