I wondering if there is or will be a 6LoWPAN support release for any of the TI 2.4GHz hardware? As open source, object code or some other kind...
If so, as for when is this scheduled?
Thanks for that clarification, but still have doubts (or simply don't understand)
As for CC430 hardware it's clear - I can use CC430 nodes (EM430F5137RF900, Chonos, custom radio based on CC430)
As for CC1180 hardware, need more clarification. You wrote:
"CC1180 is a pre-programmed CC1110, that being said it is NOT possible to use the Sensinode 6LoWPAN solution on CC1110. You must use the bootloader on CC1180 to program the flash with correct 6LoWPAN software."
Can I reprogram CC1110 using CC Debugger with a .hex file being a Network Processor firmware as it is with CC2530ZNP? If not, would I be able to buy CC1180 in any form (chip, module)?
Thanks again for your patience, and I hope that other people will benefit here as well, not only me.
You will not be able to use a CC1110 and reprogram it with a .hex file.
CC1180 will be released as a chip and you will be able to buy it from ti. When CC1180 comes form ti it is preprogramed with the Sensinode nanoboot bootloader and a MAC address.
I have been interested in checking out sensinode's offering when I heard about them a year ago, really interested in seeing what it can do.
Any news on when in September the CC-6LOWPAN-DK-868 kit might be out? I have to make a decision soon, this kit might be over the budget but would like to know what the options are.
Also, I noticed that the EM430F5137RF900 is going to work with the Sensinode NanoSocket. Is there any chance that EM430F6137RF900 will be able to run the Nanosocket also?
Was thinking of getting EM430F6137RF900 - CC430 Wireless Development Tool or maybe the CC1110DK-MINI-868 - CC1110 Mini Development Kit 868/915 MHz will either of these work with sensinode?
Will the CC1180's be available the same time the CC-6LOWPAN-DK-868 comes out? might just build something on my own.
Does anybody listen to this stream nowadays, or has the world moved on to a better place leaving me behind sobbing? What's the scoop on Sensinode - are they still alive?Activity seems to have dropped off dramatically - what have I missed?
My naive questions are:
Does Sensinode provide NanoSocket and/or 6LoWPAN for any host MCU other than the CC430.
Is there a source license perhaps.
I have procured CC-6LOWPAN-DK-868 kit this Month. While working on it, I can not boot the linux system in the SD card,so I can not enter in the linux development environment. The errors like this below:
** Unable to read "boot.scr" from mmc 0:1 **reading uImage
No filesystem could mount root, tried: ext3 ext2 cramfs vfat msdosKernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(179,2)
U-Boot > printenvbootargs=mem=32M console=ttyS2,115200n8 root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rw rootwait ip=offbootcmd=if mmc rescan 0; then if fatload mmc 0 0xc0600000 boot.scr; then source 0xc0600000; else fatload mmc 0 0xc0700000 uImage; bootm c0700000; fi; else sf probe 0; sf read 0xc0700000 0x80000 0x220000; bootm 0xc0700000; fibootdelay=3baudrate=115200bootfile="uImage"stdin=serialstdout=serialstderr=serialethaddr=00:08:ee:05:0e:43ver=U-Boot 2009.11 (Nov 09 2010 - 18:48:43)
Environment size: 461/65532 bytes
I am new to linux and need urgent help in setting up Linux development environment as well as bringing up CC-6LOWPAN-DK-868 board.
I doubt that it have some problems with the linux system in the SD card.
Can someone provide me some help. Thank you!
Thanks in Advance...!
I have a query related to the porting of the IAR project to CCS.
Could you please confirm if you had actually tried doing the porting yourself?
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