SimpleLink™ CC13X0 SDK Release Notes

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The SimpleLink™ CC13x0 Software Development Kit (SDK) is part of the Texas Instruments SimpleLink family of wireless microcontrollers (MCUs), offering a single development environment that delivers flexible hardware, software and tool options for customers developing wired and wireless applications. For more information about the SimpleLink MCU platform, visit

SimpleLink™ CC13x0 Software Development Kit is a set of software development tools that enables engineers to develop software applications on the SimpleLink™ CC13x0 ULP devices. This powerful software toolkit provides a cohesive and consistent software experience for all SimpleLink™ CC13x0 users by packaging essential software components such as TI RTOS, peripheral drivers, TI 15.4-Stack, Bluetooth Low Energy, and RF-Proprietary examples in one easy-to-use software package along with exhaustive documentation.

This is version of the SimpleLink CC13x0 SDK.


What’s New

Upgrade and Compatibility Information

If you are migrating from existing TI 15.4-Stack or Proprietary-RF examples, please review the SimpleLink™ CC13x0 SDK Migration Guide

Please ensure that you are using version 3.30.x.x of the Linux Gateway SDK which is the latest compatible version for the CC13x0 SDK.

Operating System Support


SimpleLink™ CC13x0 SDK was built & tested on a Windows 7 host platform using the following Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and components. Using an IDE version or TI-RTOS version not listed below may result in compatibility issues with this SDK release.

Device Support

Development Board Support

Known Issues

Refer to the SDK Change Log for known issues of each of the SDK components.


This product’s version follows a version format,, where M is a single digit Major number, mm is 2 digit minor number, pp is a 2 digit patch number, and b is an unrestricted set of digits used as an incrementing build counter.

M - Is incremented for the first release every year. 1 -> 2017, 2 -> 2018, and so on..

mm - indicates the specific quarter of the year the SDK was released. 10 -> Q1; 20 -> Q2; 30 -> Q3; 40 -> Q4

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