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Latest revision as of 08:46, 17 September 2020

The Texas Instruments SensorTag CC1350STK (as well as the discontinued CC2650STK) have a well-documented Bluetooth Low Energy interface on their default firmware. Most of the sensors are supported by experiment configurations shipped with phyphox, meaning you can simply scan for Bluetooth devices from within phyphox and should be able to find your SensorTag and read its Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer etc.

We do not provide more advanced configurations out of the box, but they can be easily created by loading the Bluetooth Experiment for a specific sensor of the SensorTag into our web editor and adding the required analysis or even replacing the phone sensors in phyphox default experiments with these examples.

Here are some more advanced configurations we have already created:

  • Pendulum experiment (uses the gyroscope for a simple pendulum like the default phyphox pendulum experiment)