1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 18, 2013 2:03 PM by jasonrc

    Eval Board part number adjustment in readme.xt in SDK please

      The readme.txt in SDK 2.3.1 states

       

       

      "Hardware Platforms

       

      * BCM9WCD1EVAL1  : Bare WCD1 WICED evaluation board (generic module)

       

      * BCM943362WCD2  : Broadcom 43362-based WICED Module with STM32F103 MCU mounted on BCM9WCD1EVAL1

       

      * BCM943362WCD4  : Broadcom 43362-based WICED Module with STM32F205 MCU mounted on BCM9WCD1EVAL1

       

      * BCM943362WCD6  : Broadcom 43362-based WICED Module with STM32F415 MCU mounted on BCM9WCD1EVAL1

       

      * BCM943362WCD8  : Broadcom 43362-based WICED Module with ATSAM4S16B MCU mounted on BCM9WCD1EVAL1"

       

       

      To fit the description [i.e. "Broadcom 43362-based WICED Module with STM32F205 MCU mounted on BCM9WCD1EVAL1"] the part number should be "BCM943362WCD4_EVB"

       

       

      Can this be updated please.

       

       

      Thanks,

       

       

      Phil
        • 1. Re: Eval Board part number adjustment in readme.xt in SDK please
          SOFTWARE:

           

          The platform name refers to the platform used in the SDK.

           

          BCM943362WCD4 is a WICED module with STM32F205 + BCM43362.

           

          Since the module can not effectively be programmed standalone, Broadcom ships the module together with an eval board as a single platform.

           

          The platform name thus refers to the module (shipped with the eval board).

           

          e.g. to build the scan app for this platform, use : snip.scan-BCM943362WCD4-ThreadX-NetX-SDIO

           

           

          HARDWARE:

           

          The module can be purchased separately to the eval board.

           

          The module P/N is BCM943362WCD4

           

          The eval board P/N is BCM9WCD1EVAL1

           

          The module on an eval board P/N is BCM943362WCD4_EVB

           

           

          Its not a perfect scheme, but hopefully its understandable.