why adding a second cpu?
you're loosing the formfactor of the gum.
Which has a link for mouser.
ok, using this
and a serial cable might be interesting.
The but is pretty simple, I do not know how bluetooth and
zigbee do work together.
One source did mention troubles...
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Sent: Monday, December 05, 2005 8:20
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Gumstix with
There are several serial-to-ZigBee modules out on the market;
haven't used any of them myself, but they exist and a few articles have been
written on the subject in recent issues of Circuit Cellar. Sorry I can't
point you at any this instant; I'm in San Jose all this week on business.
...Do a search for "ZigBee" at http://www.mouser.com/ and browse the
results for some ideas.
On 12/5/05, Bouwens /
I'm not shure if there is a zigbee stack for
For the microchip there is - have 4 boards right next
It would be great to a piggy pack board for the
But I prefer an ehternet connection for the
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Monday, December 05, 2005 10:31 AM
Re: [Gumstix-users] Gumstix with Zigbee networking..
Having both bluetooth and zigbee running simultaneously on
a Gumstix could be interesting - for example, using the gumstix as a
zigbee-based home automation controller. A device scheduling gui app on a
pc could connect to the gumstix to allow users to programme their home
schedule, then the gumstix could signal lights/toasters etc via zigbee.
I'm sure there are plenty of other scenarios where having a gumstix-based
bluetooth <-> zigbee gateway would be useful.
On 12/5/05, Brad
Midgley <email@example.com> wrote:
is kinder to the battery than class 1 bluetooth and comparable
range... but you won't appreciate much of the difference if the
board itself is where most of the power consumption
of course adding class 1 bluetooth to gumstix is probably an
difficult/expensive project, but there are more devices and
can be used with.
> Has anyone
here thought of geting a zigbee/802.15.4 wireless
working with the GumStix? (Does anyone have any
> comments about
> Cf. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zigbee
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