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|Written by Akiba|
|Saturday, 06 November 2010|
This is an open source software project based on the original Chibi wireless protocol stack . This project ports the Chibi protocol stack to the Arduino platform so that people familiar with the Arduino will be able to communicate wirelessly using inexpensive IEEE 802.15.4 radios. Chibi means "midget" in Japanese and its appropriate for this stack because it strips wireless communications down to the fundamental operations of initialization, send, and receive. The stack relies heavily on the radio hardware to do most of the timing specific parts of the protocol which allows it to run without an operating system or a scheduler. This also reduces the size of the software which currently requires approximately 4 kB of flash memory and approximately 300 bytes of RAM.
2012-11-02 v0.60 Release
Also packed everything in a zip file you can download here:
2011-11-17 v0.55 Release
2011-11-17 v0.54 Release
2010-12-28 v0.51 Release
Link to chibiArduino Usage Guide v0.51
2010-11-06 v0.50 Release
This is the initial release of the chibiArduino wireless protocol stack. It's a wireless 802.15.4 protocol stack targeted at the Arduino platform.
This is a temporary storage area for new examples that I or others may write but have not made it into the current release yet.
This example shows how to read a button input and generate a command to toggle an LED on and off on a remote node.
written by Matt Watchinski, January 31, 2012