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SmartRF04EB vs. SmartRF05EB

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Hi, what are the difference between SmartRF04EB and SmartRF05EB?  Thanks!

  • smartrf04eb

    1)its based on outdated soc of ti know as cc2430(8051+RF)

    2)it is only compatible with older zigbee stack zigbee-200)

    3)obsolete

    smartrf05eb

    1)based on msp430f2618 controller and cc2520 high end RF

    2)it can run latest zigbee pro stack

    3)still active

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  • In reply to kiran nayak:

    SmartRF04EB is active as well.

    http://www.ti.com/tool/cc2510-cc2511dk,  the CC2510-CC2511 Development Kit contains two SmartRF04 evaluation boards.

  • In reply to Lei Chen1:

    but the development board we buy to evaluate the cc2430 soc that is obsolete

  • Genius 12900 points

    Hi Lei Chen1,

    There are several differences between the two boards with regards to peripherals (LCD, breakout I/O, etc.).

    The SmartRF04EB does not support newer LPRF SoCs and transceivers from Texas Instruments. It supports the following transceivers: CC1100, CC1100E, CC1101, CC2500, CC2550, and the following SoCs: CC1110/11, CC2510/11, CC2430.

    Lei Chen1, if this didn't help, pelase as a more specific question, and I may be able to answer you better.

    Br,
    ABO 

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