No, hardware dependencies are there to work with an SDK. You can make your own applications using Libre MAVID-3M SDK for your own use cases.
Flash the code in the board and try to debug using serial terminals like Teraterm, putty, gtkterm, etc. If you find anything related to hardware damage, those things will be displayed in Red color lines copy those logs in a file and send it to support e- mail ID. If you are not able to flash the code check your connections and connecting cables, if all are good and board issues are there with flashing, contact us through support e-mail ID (SDKsupport@librewireless.com).
It might be hardware issue, flash the code in the board and try to debug using serial terminals like Teraterm, putty, gtkterm, etc. If you find anything related to hardware damage, those things will be shown in Red color lines take those logs in a file and send it to support e-mail ID. If logs are not displayed, then contact us through support email ID.
If you are facing any issue/problem with our product, send a detailed e-mail to SDKsupport@librewireless.com.
Send an e-mail to SDKsupport@librewireless.com.
MAVID-3M EVK SDK provides platform for developers to make their own Alexa voice-based application, in different environments with given build and flash tool kits.
Libre MAVID-3M is low cost, low powered module targeted primarily for IoT applications. In-built Voice front end and Alexa Voice Service integrated platform extends its capacity to design Voice AI solutions.
To get the MAVID-3M SDK visit Libre website: https://www.librewireless.com/store.html
ARM Cortex-M4 @ 192 MHz.
MAVID-3M SDK uses FreeRTOS.
The system has 4MB flash memory of which 2.3MB is available for application firmware. It has 4MB internal RAM of which 1.6MB available when the system is in idle state.
MAVID-3M SDK package contains example codes with build and flashing tools, documents, application supporting libraries and APIs, kernel, Mobile Application and AWS CDK example codes.
Download the git repository from https://github.com/LibreWireless/MAVID-3_SDK. Open the doc folder and follow the steps given in the Libre_MAVID-3M_SDK - Getting Started Guide v1.3.pdf.
The tools and documents are available in the directory of MAVID3M_SDK repository for the users.
Windows with MinGW and Linux with 32-bit and 64-bit development environments will be supported.
Peripheral Applications, AWS IoT Applications, Appliance controls and AVS voice- based Applications can be developed on MAVID-3M.
If there is an error while flashing, check the TTL cable connection, check for USB root permission, if flashing gets time out check for USB port availability or TTL cable-board connection and don't forget to reset the board after giving flash command.
Yes, the MAVID-3M development board have in-built microphone.
Yes, MAVID-3M development board has two IR transmitter and one IR Receiver.
Yes, MAVID-3M App supports both iOS and android phones.
Yes, by creating multiple
Using Teraterm, putty, gtkterm, etc. We can view the logs and can save as a file to see Application errors.
We get 3.3v/1.8v from the MAVID-3M Board pins according to jumper J23 connector.
Wi-Fi security WEP, WPA2, WPS are supported by MAVID-3M Board.
BLE 5.0 chip is used in MAVID-3M board.
Yes, you can connect external antenna with UFL connector or on-Board Printed PCB Antenna is given.
The mobile application is available in the tool/app directory of MAVID3M_SDK repository for users.
MAVID-3M EVK box contains 3 boards, namely MAVID-3M, Interconnect Card, EVK Board and micro USB power cable.
Check if all the prerequisites are met and all the packages mentioned in Getting Started Guide are successfully installed.