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by Håkon Alseth

Using nRF51 SDK with the nRF51822 MBED Kit

Dependencies:

This blog post will not take installation of above dependencies into consideration.

Configuring a project for CMSIS-DAP debugger:

  1. Open a project in Keil, and go to Options for Target, and select CMSIS-DAP Debugger under the debug tab: image description

  2. Check that the "Use Debug Driver" is checked under Utilities tab: image description

  3. Now go into the debugger settings and verify that the nRF51xxx programming algorithm is chosen: image description

  4. Go to tab "debug" and see that the debugger and device...

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by Mihail

Easy to use main board for nRF51822 Development Kit

If you bought nRF51822 Development Kit and want to quickly and easily begin development without the need to own nRFgo Starter Kit, you can check the BLE DEVKIT.N R2 main board at ebay. More information and documentation you can find at the product page here.

BLE DEVKIT.N R2

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by Petter Myhre

How should I not ask my question?

You should never ask your question as an answer to another question. Add it as a new question, and link to the question if it’s relevant.

You should never ask your question as a comment to another question, if you aren’t asking for more information or for clarification of that question. Add it as a new question, and link to the question if it’s relevant.

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by Petter Myhre

How should I ask my question?

Before you ask your question, please remember to check if it is suited for Nordic Developer Zone, and that it has not been asked before. Please search Nordic Developer Zone, if you find your question, please vote on it.

Here are some simple guidelines to get the best possible answers, fast, while helping others and improving your reputation, by getting votes.

A question should be clear and concise, leaving no doubt about what you are asking. Include details about what you have tried and exactly what you are trying to achieve. Avoid asking multiple unrelated questions in one question, ask...

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by Petter Myhre

How do I know where I should ask my question?

Nordic Semiconductor offer two gateways for asking questions about anything connected to their products, the MyPage support portal and Nordic Developer Zone. Questions in the support portal are only visible to, and answered by the application engineers in the Nordic Semiconductor’s support team. Questions in Nordic Developer Zone can be answered by anyone, the support team, other developers, and even yourself. Questions in the MyPage support portal are private, while in Nordic Developer Zone they are public.

Please search the Nordic Developer Zone before asking. Your question may be answered already. This gives you the answer faster, and limits...

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by Petter Myhre

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by Petter Myhre

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by RK

A week with CrossWorks

Do you not use Windows but OS X or Linux? Do you use Windows but find the old tools expensive and terrible to deal with? Are you a hobbyist who doesn't have $2000 and an annual fee to spend on a toolset you don't like?

I am some of those things. I'm an OS X user, I don't love using parallels unless I can't help it, I find Keil to be a pretty poor product (sorry Keil but I do) and way beyond what I'm prepared to spend to fund a hobby.

I came...

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by nicoleanderson

How iBeacons Improve Business

Apple’s newest technology known as iBeacon has taken the retail world by storm, and should definitely be considered as a mobile marketing tactic for all companies. iBeacon is an indoor positioning system retailers use to notify nearby IOS device users of their presence. iBeacon also sends push notifications or text messages to customers letting them know about special promotions companies are offering. Customers can even search for specific items using iBeacon to find the best deals at the closest locations. The best part about the iBeacon technology is that it is low cost, making mobile marketing easy to afford...

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by Ole Morten

New Developer Zone

Over the last few months, work has been done to create a new Developer Zone on a more robust and future-proof foundation. Today, we're finally launching the result of this effort.

We've been tremendously happy with the way the community have built on this site over the past year or so a lot stays the same:

  • You can use your old username and password (although hash algorithm is improved).
  • All features from the old site should still be here.
  • All questions, answers, comments and private messages are converted and still available (old links will redirect, or if that...
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by Anders Strand

Programming and debugging custom nRF5x devices

Programming and debugging the nRF5x on our Developments kits is straight forward. Doing the same when you are using other boards might not be so easy. In this blog post we will explain which components are needed in order to program and debug a nRF5x chip.

The nRF chip is connected to a Debug unit through an interface called "Serial Wire Debug", or "SWD" for short. The debug unit acts as a bridge between the chip and your PC. It communicates with the programming and debugging software on your PC through a “Debug interface”. Your PC must have a driver...

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