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From: Shannon Holland <holland@lo...> - 2005-04-21 20:02:19
Dmitriy Korovkin wrote:
> Just FYI. That's why the development takes so long time.
Yes, they aren't too forthcoming on info on their development board (I
tried early last year).
However, the chip itself is quite easy to work with. The microchip dev
kit might be a really simple way to interface a CC2420 to a PC. Thei
chip documentation is quite good and the chip itself is excellent.
Another option is Moteiv. They have a small "mote" board (designed for
tinyos) which is a CC2420, PCB antenna (works very well), MSP430 and an
FTDI usb-serial chip. It will self power off of USB.
They have a downloader that will flash code over usb and then use the
msp430 port of gcc. I have two of them that I've been using to test my
own boards and they're quite simple to work with.