?? Fred, I was thinking the boards in the slides were designed by you and you etched them yourself. So you're saying they are commercially available? From Digi-Key, no doubt. Can you provide part numbers?
The circuit boards come with a solder mask. All I have to do is apply solder paste to the exposed pads. I use an EFD dispensing device for small boards and laser cut metal stencils for production runs.
Will there be additional lectures on when/how to use the different MiWi topologies? Also, can you have lectures on how to build in redundancy, perform inter-pan communication, auto-configure devices as RFD or FFD (PAN Coord and simple Coord) based on device count and heard nodes, etc?
Will there be additional lectures on when/how to use the different MiWi topologies? Also, can you have lectures on how to build in redundancy, perform inter-pan communication, auto-configure devices as RFD or FFD based on device count and heard nodes, etc?
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