About this Demo Video...
Video demonstrates implementation of TapNLink NFC-Bluetooth Low Energy wireless module on a microcontroller-based, industrial system that uses an STM32 microcontroller.
In this demo, TapNLink uses the SWD debugging protocol via a standard SWD/JTAG connector in the target industrial system. This connection gives TapNLink read/write access to variables in the target system's Cortex-M core-based microcontroller. This is the ideal solution for creating an iotized Proof-of-Concept in just a few minutes so that design teams can explore the interest of NFC-Bluetooth connectivity using a working model of the connected system.
TapNLink implements on any microcontroller, even if a debug connector is not accessible. IoTize's Simulated Secure Serial Port (S3P) provides the same capabilities on only 2 GPIOs of the targets MCU. With S3P protocol:
- Connect to any type of MCU
- Limit and secure access to MCU memory and data
- Enable data encryption on the target MCU
WIth it's additional security features, S3P is the ideal solution for the deployed systems.
For more information about S3P, refer to the application note AN03 Changing Target-Tap connection from SWD to S3P in the our Technical Library.
Products in this Demo...
The TapNLink NFC-BLE Primer shown in this video, is a complete evaluation kit for integrating Near Field Communication (NFC) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) in a microcontroller-based electronic system.
Primer provides a complete implementation of Human Machine Interfaces on mobiles and data relay to the Cloud.