Anelok: design evolution overview

Ron K. Jeffries rjeffries at gmail.com
Thu Apr 24 09:48:07 EDT 2014


Nordic chip sounds attractive. Changing now could be a sound decision.
Sounds like a lower risk technically. If that causes a 90 day-ish delay so
be it. Anelok has merit absent RF (at least for a while).
On Apr 24, 2014 1:10 AM, "Felix" <sucotronic at gmail.com> wrote:

> The CC2541 would be TI's "official" BTLE chip, but since all its
>> goodies are closed we may just as well use the CC2543, which is
>> cheaper and smaller.
>>
> The nRF51822 looks pretty sexy but I'm reluctant to make yet another
>> RF chip change at the moment since this would a) delay the project
>> further, and b) one would have to go with a fine comb over the
>> documentation to see whether all that's needed is really there.
>>
>>
> I thing using the TI CC2543 is more on the same way that was your Nanonote
> WPAN, a hackable-not-blob-code RF solution. The only worry is if there'll
> be some open source BTLE stack available to code on the TI chip to avoid
> writing it from zero.
>
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