[Cerowrt-devel] threads, 6lowpan
mcr at sandelman.ca
Wed May 11 17:56:06 EDT 2016
Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> <luca.muscariello at gmail.com> wrote:
>> to be fair I should say that these technologies are gonna be a lot more
>> expensive than wifi.
> at first. With sufficient volume any technology can succeed.
>> There is a good reason to keep wifi simple.
> With something like 400 dsps required in 802.11ac wave1?
> 802.11b. Now that was simple. We'e come a long way from spark gap
> transmitters. :)
> In other news, I am both glad and nervous to hear that more of 6lowpan
> is seeing the light of day. I have not yet found a board to try yet
> (anyone have recommendations?), and would like to see what happens
> with these transmitters around also.
At this point most easily available that runs Linux is a Raspberry PI with:
More reliable and easier to work with is a beagle bone with:
but, at this point lab11 isn't in a position to sell them (AFAIK). I have one.
If all you want to do is run 802.11 while 2.4Ghz 802.15.4 is nearby, we can
arrange a playdate in berlin if you like.
If you don't need it to run Linux, then there are a number of devices, the
cutest are the https://pinocc.io/, which seems to have a new name...
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