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The Power of 802.15.4 and Ethernet

Authored on: Jul 1, 2011 by Ryan Erickson, Kurt Furlong

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If you are considering Wi-Fi or 802.15.4 for your next wireless design, and cost and power consumption are important factors to you, 802.15.4 has significant advantages in both categories. With advancements in today's microcontrollers, bridging 802.15.4 end devices to an IP network can be done cost-effectively. Many open source libraries such as lwIP and FreeRTOS can help to get your application up and running quickly. Add an embedded HTTP server to your wireless bridge and now you have a device that you can monitor, configure, and control remotely from anything with a web browser.
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Robotics Developer Posted Sep 28, 2011

Interesting article, thanks!! I was wondering if the wireless band is the same or different from 802.11?

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