As far as I know, there is currently no board with spring connector allowing to flash the dwm1001. I know people have been reusing the dwm1001-dev board to flash module but it requires to solder components.
Yes the list is correct. You can refer to the schematic below to see how it is done in dwm1001-dev :
Thank you for your response Yves. There is a method to do this as it turns out - you can get 1mm circular pin headers and space them about 0.010in too close together, then when you slide the module in it connects. I have built a breakout board to test this theory
Unfortunately currently no one in the USA stocks the DWM1001-DEV, which I was going to use as my programmer. Can I use any off the shelf J-Link debugger such as the Segger J-Link Base?
Spitballing here, but if you need to program a bunch of these, you could order some samples of FSI-120-03-G-S and prototype up 2, 20-pin rows at the correct spacing to fit the DWM1001 https://www.samtec.com/products/fsi
We will have a programming breakout board coming out towards the end of the year - DWB1001-4. This will support easy programming of the DWM1001 and DWM1004 modules. It will not have J-Link-OB just the standard 10 Pin Cortex-M header, some LEDs and Serial to USB. Perfect for prototyping, debugging, bring-up and programming small quantities.
@drive Is there any possibility that you could ship it to me (at a cost of course)?
I wonder how Decawave did not provide a solution for an easy way to flash the firmware.
I do not know if it is only me, but flashing 5-6 chips and doing so much soldering-desoldering is so difficult.
Thank you Kenneth!
The price sounds fair to me if it allows an easy flashing procedure. I am not looking for mass flashing per se but I need to flash 20, maybe 50 entities for now without soldering them onto a -DEV. At the end of the day those DWM1001 get 2 wires soldered on and are connected to a power source. I just want to avoid the solder-it-flash-it-for-a-second-and-desolder-it.