Future Copyleft devices

cristian paul peñaranda rojas paul at kristianpaul.org
Wed May 26 23:33:05 EDT 2010


On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 02:26:42AM +0000, Wolfgang Spraul wrote:
> 
> For the NanoNote, we are evaluating the HopeRF modules, which would allow
> us to run a free stack, although bandwidth would be slow, maybe only about
> 125 kbit or so. We are thinking about calling it SlowFi :-)

nice name :)
> 

> Finally, we are also working on some very exciting GPS possibilities, when
> I say 'exciting' I mean from a freedom perspective, i.e. to run a GPL-licensed
> stack all the way down to the RF chip.

Wich chip? can you post that info in the GPS page (http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/GPS)

Or are plans to open a  GPS module and try reverse eng is autorized?


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