Win a kit to evaluate Atmel's complete 2.4GHz system-on-chip solution
March 01, 2013 // Julien Happich
This month, Atmel is giving away three ATmega256RFR2 evaluation kits, worth $349 each, for EETimes Europe's readers to win.
The kit demonstrates the unique performance of the latest Atmel 2.4GHz System-on-chip solution, ATmega256RFR2, offering a hardware platform for evaluating complete wireless system solutions including wireless stacks such as IPv6/6LoWPAN, ZigBee RF4CE and ZigBee PRO.
The kit can also be used to evaluate and develop various proprietary systems using low level drivers or the new Atmel Lightweight Mesh Stack. Included in the kit are two radio controller boards (RCB) assembled with the ATmega256RFR2, powered by two AAA batteries and forming a fully functional and portable wireless node. The kit also includes a sensor terminal board (STB) for connection to a PC/laptop, and one Key Remote Control Board enabling demo/evaluation of remote control applications like ZigBee Remote Control and ZigBee Light Link. An RS232 cable, a USB cable and two 2.4GHz antenna complete the package.
You can find more information about the kit here.
Visit Atmel at www.atmel.com
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