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Development Boards & Kits - Wireless Si1060 915MHz NoWire MCU Development Kit

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                                                                              Si106x-DK

Si106X          DEVELOPMENT KITS                          USER’S              GUIDE

1.  Kits Overview

This user's guide describes the development kits of the Si106x Wireless MCU family. The latest version of this user

guide    is  available  online  at  http://www.silabs.com/products/wireless/wirelessmcu/Pages/default.aspx.  Each    kit

contains two RF nodes based on the Wireless Motherboard to support evaluation and development of sub-GHz RF

links with the different Wireless MCUs. WMCU pico board content of the different kits is listed in Table 1, and

content common to all the kits is listed in Table 2.

                        Table 1. WMCU Pico Boards of the Si106x Development          Kits

    Qty                             Description                                            Part Number

                        Si1060      490 MHz Wireless MCU Development  Kit                  1060-490-DK

    2                               Si1060 490 MHz PICO Board                        1060-PCE20C490

                        Si1060      915 MHz Wireless MCU Development  Kit                  1060-915-DK

    2                               Si1060 915 MHz PICO Board                        1060-PCE20C915

                        Si1062      868 MHz Wireless MCU Development  Kit                  1062-868-DK

    2                               Si1062 868 MHz PICO Board                        1062-PCE13D868

                        Si1064      434 MHz Wireless MCU Development  Kit                  1064-434-DK

    2                               Si1064 434 MHz PICO Board                        1064-PCE10D434

                        Si1064      868 MHz Wireless MCU Development  Kit                  1064-868-DK

    2                               Si1064 868 MHz PICO Board                        1064-PCE10D868

                        Si1064      915 MHz Wireless MCU Development  Kit                  1064-915-DK

    2                               Si1064 915 MHz PICO Board                        1064-PCE10D915

                                    Table 2. Common Kit Content

    Qty                             Description                                            Part Number

    2                               Wireless Motherboard                             MSC-WMB912

    2                               USB cable (USBA-USB mini)

    2                               Antenna with SMA connection                      MSC-AT50-XXX

    4                               AA Battery

    1                           Si106x Development Kit User’s Guide

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2.    Software Setup

There are two software tools provided by Silicon Labs to aid in wireless MCU software development: the Wireless

Development Suite (WDS) and the Silicon Labs Integrated Development Environment (IDE). To download and

install the Silicon Labs IDE and unlimited Keil PK51 Professional Developer’s Kit, follow this link:

http://pages.silabs.com/lp-keil-pk51.html.

The recommended starting point for wireless MCU development is the WDS software tool. This tool is able to

identify the connected boards by reading their identification memories (EBID) and provides valuable help by greatly

simplifying radio configuration, evaluation, and application development.

2.1.   Hardware and Software Requirements for WDS

      Windows XP® or later

      Microsoft .NET framework 3.5 or later

      Silicon Labs CP210x VCP driver

      WDS v3.1.9.0 or later

The lack of the .NET framework and VCP driver are recognized during the WDS installation. The install wizard will

install the missing components after prompting the user for permission.

2.2.   Download WDS

WDS can be obtained from the Silicon Labs website free of charge from the following link:

http://www.silabs.com/Support Documents/Software/WDS3-Setup.exe.

2.3.   Installation Steps

Note:  Before installing this software, local administration rights must be obtained from your network administrator.

      1.  Start WDS3-Setup.exe

      2.  Click “Next” to start the installation process

      3. Accept the license agreement by clicking the check box, and then press the “Next” button.

      4.  Select the installation folder.

          It is recommended to use the default folder, C:\Program Files\Silabs\WDS3

      5.  When your settings are confirmed, click “Install” to continue.

      6.  Click “Finish” to close the WDS Installer.

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3.  Hardware Setup

After checking the kit contents against Tables 1 and 2, the kit can be put into operation by performing the steps

listed below.

                           Figure 1. Wireless Motherboard Top Markings

    1.  Insert a WMCU Pico Board in connectors J5, J6, J7, J8 on the Wireless Motherboard (WMB). Align the

        triangle symbol on the WMCU Pico board with the triangle symbol on the WMB. Do not connect any board

        to CON1 and CON2.

    2.  Connect the antenna to the SMA connector on the WMCU Pico Board.

    3.  Set the SUPPLY SELECT switch to USB position.

    4.  Set the MCU DC/DC switch to OFF position.

    5. All the CURRENT MEASUREMENT jumpers (J18-J21) must be in place.

    6.  Start the WDS on your PC.

    7.  Using one of the USB cables in the kit, connect the WMB to the PC.

    8.  Wait for Windows to install the driver of the debug interface if necessary.

    9.  WDS must identify the connected board and open an Application Manager window that lists information

        about the identified board.

    10. Boards are shipped without preloaded software. Sample codes can be configured and downloaded to the

        WMCU from WDS. For details of how to use the WDS, see the WDS User's Guides listed in "5. Useful

        Documents" on page 5.

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Repeat steps 1 to 9 for the other node of the kit. The two nodes are now ready for evaluation. For more details

about the board's operation, see "6. The Wireless Motherboard Hardware Platform" on page 7 and "7. Board

Schematics" on page 11. Detailed descriptions of the example codes can be found in separate application notes

(see "5. Useful Documents" on page 5.)

4.  Running a Simple Demo

The following is a quick-step guide to performing simple packet TX/RX.

    1.  Leave both nodes powered from the USB as described above.

    2.  Select “Radio Configuration Application”.

    3.  From the Radio Configuration Application window, select “Standard Packet TX” for one node and

        “Standard Packet RX” for the other node.

    4.  Leave the default parameter settings untouched; simply click “Download project”.

    5.  Now, the simple TX/RX sample project is running on the boards. When pressing one of the SW1 to SW4

        buttons on the TX board, packets are sent, and the corresponding LED of LED1 to LED4 lights up during

        the transmission. On the RX side, LED1 is always on, while different combinations of LED2 to LED4 light

        up during successful packet reception according to the button pressed.

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5.    Useful Documents

Each member of the Wireless MCU family is composed of two chips, as shown in Table 3.

                                        Table 3. Wireless MCU Composition

         Wireless MCU                                     Radio                                  MCU

                  Si1060                     EZRadioPRO Si4463                                   C8051F930

                  Si1062                     EZRadioPRO Si4460                                   C8051F930

                  Si1064                      EZRadio Si4455                                     C8051F930

This  means  that,  in    most  cases,  the  application  notes     related  to  the  composing  chips  are  valid  for  the

corresponding Wireless MCU. All those WMCU-related documents are available online at

http://www.silabs.com/products/wireless/Pages/default.aspx.

For general information on the Wireless MCUs, see:

      Si106x Data Sheet

For detailed information on how to program the radio on the WMCUs, refer to the following documents:

Si1060 and Si1062:

      AN626: Packet Handler Operation for Si446x RFICs

      AN633: Programming Guide for EZRadioPRO® Si4x6x devices

      EZRadioPRO API Documentation

Si1064:

      AN692: Si4355/Si4455 Programming Guide and Sample Codes

      EZRadio API Documentation

Available Tools:

      Silicon Laboratories IDE installer

      WDS3 installer

For hardware design guidance see the following application notes:

      AN791: Layout Design Guide for the Si106x/8x Wireless MCUs

Si1060 and Si1062:

      AN643: Si446x/Si4362 RX LNA Matching

Si1060:

      AN648: Si4063/Si4463/64 TX Matching

Si1062:

      AN627: Si4060/Si4460/61 Low-Power PA Matching

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Si1064:

   AN686: Antennas for the Si4455/4355 RF ICs

   AN693: Si4455 Low-Power PA Matching

For detailed  information  on  lab  measurements  and  data  sheet  parameter  verification,  refer  to  the  following

documents:

Si1060 and Si1062:

   AN632: WDS User Guide for EZRadioPRO® Devices

Si1064:

   AN797: WDS User’s Guide for EZRadio Devices

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6.   The Wireless Motherboard Hardware Platform

The  wireless  motherboard  platform  is  a  demo,  evaluation,  and  development  platform  for  EZRadio  and

EZRadioPRO radio ICs. It consists of a wireless motherboard and interchangeable MCU and RF pico boards.

                            Figure    2.  8-Bit  Wireless  Motherboard  Platform

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6.1.  The Wireless Motherboard

                                       Figure 3. Wireless Motherboard

The wireless motherboard contains four pushbuttons, four LEDs, and a buzzer, which function as simple user

interfaces. A graphical LCD displays menu items for range testing purposes, and a potentiometer demonstrates

the analog capabilities of the MCU. A switch supports the power options of the MCU’s built-in dc/dc converter.

Using the current measurement jumpers, current consumption can be measured separately either for the MCU, the

radio, or the peripherals. The motherboard contains test pins for all I/O pins of the MCU and for all digital pins of the

radio. In addition, there are SMA connectors for the GPIOs of the radio for connection of test equipment. A USB

communication interface as well as a built-in Silicon Labs USB-to-C2 debug adapter are integrated onto the board

so that the wireless motherboard (WMB) can be directly connected via USB to the PC for downloading and

debugging  code  on  the  MCU.  There  is  also  an  interface  connection  for  sensor  modules.  The  MCU  is            also

connected to the RF pico board through a connector pair.

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6.2.  Power Scheme

The power source of the platform can be selected with the “SUPPLY SELECT” power supply selector switch on the

WMB board. If this switch is in the “USB” position, supply voltage is provided by the PC that is connected to the

“J16” mini USB connector. If this switch is in the “BAT” position, the supply voltage is provided by two AA batteries

in the battery holder on the bottom side of the board. If the “SUPPLY SELECT” switch is in the “EXT” position,

supply voltage is provided by an external power source through the “TP7” and “TP9” points.

Using the “MCU dc/dc” switch, the internal dc/dc converter of the C88051F930 MCU on the MCU pico board can

be activated if the connected pico board supports this function. If the switch is in the “OFF” position, the MCU’s dc/

dc converter is inactive, and the supply voltage is only determined by the state of the “SUPPLY SELECT” switch.

Positioning the switch to either “LDO (1.25 V)” or “1 CELL” position will turn on the MCU’s dc/dc converter by

connecting 1.25–1.5 V supply voltage to the VBAT pin and removing external power from the VDC pin. The MCU

will provide 1.9 V in the default setting on its VDC pin to all the other connected loads. Since this current is limited,

it may be necessary to disconnect or disable some loading part of the board. For further details, see the MCU data

sheet and the board schematic. The board schematic can be found in the EZRadioPRO Development Kit User's

Guide. A complete CAD design pack of the board is also available at www.silabs.com.

6.3.  WMCU Pico Board

                       Figure 4. WMCU Pico Board Top Side

The WMCU Pico board is a module that contains a WMCU IC, matching network, and an SMA connector on the

top side. These components apart from the antenna connector are covered by a metal shield for noise reduction.

The boards also have a factory-loaded board identification memory (EBID) on the bottom side that contains data

describing the board properties. Any WMCU Pico board can be connected to the MCU Pico board connector (J5,

J6, J8) of the WMB via the MCU Pico board connectors on the bottom side of the board. Since this module

contains both the radio and the MCU functionality, the RF Pico board connector of the WMB (CON1 and CON2)

must be left open.

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Table 4 lists the functions and connections of the WMCU GPIOs. Primary functions are factory-connected on the

WMB. Secondary functions can be connected by desoldering a 0  resistor that connects the primary function and

soldering in to the proper position to connect the secondary function. Because of the limited number of MCU

GPIOs of the WMCU, LEDs and pushbutton switches are connected to the EBID MCU of the WMB912 and can be

accessed via the SMBUS on P1.4 and P1.5 of the WMCU.

                    Table 4. WMCU GPIO Functions/Connections

    WMCU Pin  WMB Board Test  MSC-WMB912              0  Resistor  MSC-WMB912     0  Resistor

              Pin Marking     Primary Function                      Sec. Function

    P0.0      P0.0            EBID_MCU_NIRQ           R78           LED1/SW1                                R90

    P0.1      P0.1            EZR_NIRQ

    P0.2      P0.2            SPI0_NSSA (GLCD*)       R29           GPIO_0                                  R79

    P0.3      P0.3            SPI0_MOSI               R57           GPIO_1                                  R63

    P0.4/TX   P0.4            TS_RX                   R31           BUZZER                                  R23

    P0.5/RX   P0.5            TS_TX                   R96           GPIO_2                                  R61

    P0.6      P0.6            SPI0_SCK                R72           LED2/SW2                                R71

    (P0.7)                    EZR_SDN*

    (P1.0)                    EZR_SPI_SCK*

    (P1.1)                    EZR_SPI_MISO*

    (P1.2)                    EZR_SPI_MOSI*

    (P1.3)                    EZR_SPI_NSS3*

    P1.4      P2.1            I2C_SDA                 R26           POT_EN                                  R64

    P1.5      P2.2            I2C_SCL                 R97           POT                                     R51

    P1.6      P0.7            LCD_A0                  R98           IREF                                    R35

*Note: This is an interface pin between the radio and the MCU and is connected internally in the WMCU package.

    It is neither accessible on the pins of the WMCU IC nor, therefore, on the test pins (J10) of the WMB.

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7.   Board     Schematics

The  complete  design pack of all  WMCU  Pico  boards  and all WMBs  can  be  found  at  www.silabs.com.

                                                                                         Figure 5. MSC-WMB912 Wireless Motherboard Schematic (1/4)

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          Figure 6. MSC-WMB912 Wireless Motherboard Schematic (2/4)
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          Figure 7. MSC-WMB912 Wireless Motherboard Schematic (3/4)  Si106x-DK

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          Figure 8. MSC-WMB912 Wireless Motherboard Schematic (4/4)
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          Figure 9. 1060-PCE20C490 WMCU Pico Board Schematic  Si106x-DK

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