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venkat
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   * [[piep:​boards:​peripherals:​sciusb| USB Board]]   * [[piep:​boards:​peripherals:​sciusb| USB Board]]
  
-Before you proceed with this tutorial, you must have the latest ​KoliadaES SDK and KoliadaES environment setup. For more information on the setup check out [[kes:​gettingstarted|Koliada Getting started]]. This example will run on any processor board that has UART serial communication and whereas this tutorial uses the PIEP CC2541, you can use any compatible processor board. ​+Before you proceed with this tutorial, you must have the latest ​KoliadaESDK<​sup>​(TM)</​sup> ​and KoliadaES environment setup. For more information on the setup check out [[kes:​gettingstarted|Koliada Getting started]]. This example will run on any processor board that has UART serial communication and whereas this tutorial uses the PIEP CC2541, you can use any compatible processor board. ​
  
  
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-Before working on this example, make sure you have set the latest **KoliadaES SDK**. For information on SDK setup see [[kes:​software:​koliadaes_sdk|here]]. ​+Before working on this example, make sure you have set the latest **KoliadaESDK<​sup>​(TM)</​sup>​**. For information on KoliadaESDK<​sup>​(TM)</​sup> ​setup see [[kes:​software:​koliadaes_sdk|here]]. ​
  
-**Note:** After making sure the SDK is setup correctly, the BuildConfig needs be built & flashed only if you have changed any board configuration. You can find an example BoardConfig project here: SDK/​examples/​BoardConfig.+**Note:** After making sure the SDK is setup correctly, the BuildConfig needs be built & flashed only if you have changed any board configuration. You can find an example BoardConfig project here: KoliadaESDK<​sup>​(TM)</​sup>​/​examples/​BoardConfig.
  
 In this particular example there are no I/O configuration changes, and we can move on to build and flash the TestUart application. In this particular example there are no I/O configuration changes, and we can move on to build and flash the TestUart application.
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 ===== Step 2 ===== ===== Step 2 =====
  
-You find the source for TestUartEvent here SDK/​examples/​TestUart.+You find the source for TestUartEvent here KoliadaESDK<​sup>​(TM)</​sup>​/​examples/​TestUart.
  
 Now build the project and hit '​Download to Target'​. ​ Now build the project and hit '​Download to Target'​. ​
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  • piep/examples/usb.txt
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