[riot-users] RIOT networking
pierre.ficheux at openwide.fr
Thu Oct 16 10:16:28 CEST 2014
Thx for your reply. Actually I don't understand the status of "IoT-Lab M3" (part of testbed). Who's the board designer/maker?
Hikob Fox looks like an industrial product inside a box, should be expensive (but I didn'y the price too, will call them).
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> De: "Oleg Hahm" <oliver.hahm at inria.fr>
> À: "RIOT OS users list" <users at riot-os.org>
> Envoyé: Jeudi 16 Octobre 2014 01:32:21
> Objet: Re: [riot-users] RIOT networking
> Hi Pierre!
> Sorry for the late reply.
> > > >>> I would like to test RIOT networking on a real plaform (not
> > > >>> 'native'). What board is the easier choice?
> Actually, in the past it turned out to be difficult finding widely
> and not too expensive Cortex driven platforms with a radio chip.
> it seems that the situation is slowly improving with some new boards
> up on the market to fill this gap.
> Currently we're mostly focusing on support for the IoT-Lab M3 nodes
> which are used in the FIT IoT-LAB . Although these nodes are only
> as part of the testbed, the IoT-Lab provides open remote access.
> you might consider using the HikoB Fox  which is very similar to
> IoT-Lab hardware. If you work for some company, you can purchase
> these boards
> from HikoB.
> We have also preliminary support for the Atmel SAM R21  which also
> the same radio transceiver. A more functional support for this
> platform may
> become available in December.
>  https://www.iot-lab.info/hardware/m3/
>  https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/wiki/Board%3A-IoT-LAB_M3
>  https://www.iot-lab.info/
>  http://www.atmel.com/tools/atsamr21-xpro.aspx
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