Monday, January 30, 2012

TI unveils SimpleLink family of wireless processors

"Devices ease integration with any embedded system. 

Intended to simplify wireless design, the SimpleLink line of connectivity devices from Texas Instruments offers solutions for multiple wireless technologies, including WiFi, ZigBee, 6LoWPAN, and ANT. These wireless network processors include self-contained software stacks and require little to no RF expertise.

The SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3000, an RF-certified IEEE 802.11 network processor, allows developers to quickly add Internet connectivity to any embedded application. It consumes only 0.5% of resources, compared to conventional W-Fi, with an ultralow memory footprint-as low as 6 kbytes of flash memory and 3 kbytes of RAM. What's more, the CC3000 runs on any low-cost microcontroller without the need for an operating system. "

Read More: TMWorld
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