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BSN node
BSN node is a hardware platform designed for the ease of the development of pervasive health care system.  With a 8MIPS processor, a Zigbee ready RF link, a 512K EEPRM and a stackable design, the BSN node provides a low-powered, miniaturised, and intelligent platform for the development of pervasive physiological and context aware sensors.   Details can be found here.  

  • TinyOS
  • TI MSP430 ultra low power processor
  • 16 bits RISC processor
  • 64KB +256B Flash memory
  • 12-bit ADC
  • Chipcon CC2420 RF module
  • IEEE 802.15.4 (Zigbee) wireless link
  • 2.4GHz
  • 250kbps
  • Low current consumption (RX:19.7mA TX:17.4mA)
  • Hardware MAC encryption
  • Range 50m
  • 6 analog channels (connect up to 6 sensors)
  • 512kByte serial memory
The BSN Development Kit includes 2 BSN nodes, a USB programmer, a sensor board, a battery board and a prototype board.
 

WeBee3
  • CC2431 System-on-Chip from TI / Chipcon
  • 128 KB Flash, 8 KB RAM
  • IEEE 802.15.4
  • RX/TX modes of the chip require 27mA/24.7mA
  • 31 x 14 x 3 mm
 
 
A. Klapproth, S. Bissig, M. Venetz, S. Knauth, D. Käslin, R. Kistler
Design of a versatile lowcost IEEE802.15.4 module for long term battery operation (PDF) 1st European ZigBee Developers Conference EuZDC07 June 2007, Munich

WeBee3G
  • TI-CC2430 based device
  • IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee
  • size 41 x 20 x 3mm (batteries)
  • the module features a chip antenna with optimized strip band HF coupling for
    achieving high range, respectively low necessary transmission power
  • 1000mAh Li-Ion Battery is placed on the back
    side of the print
  • Sensors fitted onto WeBee3G include:
    • Temperature Sensor
    • Acceleration Sensor
    • Pressure Sensor
 

G-Node
  •   MSP430F2418 Processor
  • 116 KB ROM
  • 8 KB RAM
  • 8 Mbit external flash memory
  • 16 MHz top speed
  • TI CC1101 radio chip
  • Packet radio with receiver sensitivity down to -112dBm
  • Variable data rates from 0.8kbps up to 500kbps supported
  • Variable transmission power from -30dBm up to +10dBm
    Antenna with decent range on-board
  • 8 I/O pins for external connectivity
  • SPI/I2C, UART, interrupt and ADC functions available
  • 3V power supply up to 70mA strong can power most sensors

    http://www.sownet.nl/index.php/en/products/gnode

ENS
Energy Neutral Speck (ENS)
 University of Edinburgh
- MSP430F2410 - 16 bit MCU with 56KB flash and 4KB of RAM
- TI CC2420 radio transceiver
- PCF8563 Real Time Calendar Clock
- FTSP protocol
- ENS Network Software framework
 

UbER-Badge
MIT Media Lab
UbER-badge
size: 11x12
weight: 170g
current consumption: 100mA
Processor: MSP430F149
Radio: CC1010
Data Flash: 250MB 
 
 

LEAP
Low Power Energy Aware Processing (LEAP) Embedded Networked Sensor System
UCLA 
  • Consists of LEAP Processor, EMAP (Energy Management and Accounting Preprocessor) nodes, wireless interface and sensors
  •  Wireless Communications: Chipcon CC2420 802.15.4 and Atheros 5006XS 802.11g
  •  LEAP processor: Slauson processor module (SPM) - PXA255 - 400MHz Processor with 128MB SDRAM and 64MB flash
  • EMAP module: MSP430F1611 - (10KB RAM) and CC2420
  • LEAP software framework 
 

Vision Sensor Network (VSN) Development Platform
  • 500MHz DSP , 64Mb SPI Flash ROM, 512Mb SDRAM
  • RTC (milliseconds), Timer resolution in 10 nanoseconds
  • Power consumption: active =100mW & Sleep = 1mW
  • BSN connector, 1.3 Megapixel Image Sensor with up to 30 fps
  • 8 GPIO,  2 UART, 1 SPI, 1 I2C,
  • 8 16bit A/D , 2 12Bit 10MHz D/A
  • Ethernet, USB
  • Debug LEDS and switches
  • Lantronix WLAN 802.11g