RF - Networking-with-the-MSP430-&-eZ-RF2500-Part-I

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1 6/5/2008 1 RF Networking With the MSP430 & eZ430-RF2500 – Session 1 Miguel Morales, MSP430 Applications 2 Agenda • SimpliciTI Overview • Lab Hardware Description • Session 1 Lab Overview • Lab 1.1 – Wired Sensor Monitor [UART] • Lab 1.2 – SimpliciTI Semaphores • Lab 1.3 – Integrating Existing Application • Lab 1.4 – Enabling Wireless Communication
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2 3 Hardware Setup • Connect eZ430-RF2500T targets onto RF header – Remember to connect JP3! (RF Vcc) • Connect MSP-FET430UIF to PC – Connect JTAG to EXP5438 JTAG header – If you have not installed the driver, please do so at this time • Connect USB cable to PC COM – If you have not installed the driver, please do so at this time – Identify serial port Æ open MS Device Manager • Right click ‘My Computer’ > Properties > Hardware > Device Manager > Ports (COM & LPT)’ • Look for ‘USB – Serial Port (COMxx)’ 4 Software Setup • If you have not done so, please install CCE
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3 5 Agenda • SimpliciTI Overview • Lab Hardware Description • Session 1 Lab Overview • Lab 1.1 – Wired Sensor Monitor [UART] • Lab 1.2 – SimpliciTI Semaphores • Lab 1.3 – Integrating Existing Application • Lab 1.4 – Enabling Wireless Communication 6 What is SimpliciTI? Low Power : Supports sleeping devices for low power consumption Low Cost : uses <8K FLASH and <1K RAM depending on platform Flexible : simple star w/ extender and/or p2p communication Simple : Utilizes a very basic core 6 instructions API Versatile : MSP430+CC1100/2500, CC111x/251x and CC2430/31 SimpliciTI targets quick time-to-market wireless solutions for low power , low cost , and low data rate networks without the need to know the details of the network support.
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4 7 What is the Market? Alarm & Security: Occupancy sensors, light sensors, carbon monoxide sensors, glass-breakage detectors Smoke Detectors AMR: Gas meters, water meters, e-meters Home Automation: Garage door openers, appliances, environmental devices And many more: Flexible peer-to-peer communication 8 Networking Topologies • Device Configurations – Access Point (AP) – Repeater (RE) – Sleeping End Device (SD) – End Device (D) • Topologies – AP Star – AP Star w/ Repeaters – Peer2Peer AP RE SD D D D D SD D
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5 9 Network topologies with SimpliciTI Wireless Sensing Application C AP RE CO Sensor Occupancy Sensor Door Lock Smoke Alarm Glass Break Sensor Occupancy Sensor Smoke Alarm RE Peer2Peer message Message to Access point Message repeated through range extenders Access point Range Extender End Device Examples message flows Key Fob CO Sensor Glass Break Sensor 10 Network topologies with SimpliciTI Active RF tags Direct message Query Device Active RFID tag Examples message flows Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag Tag T Active RF tags typically enter and exit the network ad-hoc. They must be able to quickly associate to the network while maintaining low power consumption.
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6 11 Network topologies with SimpliciTI Smoke Detector System C AP Smoke Alarm Smoke Alarm Flooded Alarm Message
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