February 2002 Berkeley distributes 1000 mica nodes to other participants in the

February 2002 berkeley distributes 1000 mica nodes to

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February 2002: Berkeley distributes 1000 mica nodes to other participants in the NEST project. 2001: Berkeley develops the mica platform and releases TinyOS version 0.6. 2000: Berkeley designs the rene platform and partners with Crossbow, Inc., who mass produces the hardware. TinyOS version 0.43 is made available to the public via SourceForge. Pre-1.0 versions of TinyOS are a mix of C and Perl scripts. 1999: First TinyOS platform (WeC) and OS implementations are developed at Berkeley. Integrated development environments As of 2010, three integrated development environments (IDEs) are available for TinyOS: TinyOS Eclipse Plugin "YETI 2" [2] , ETH Zürich (Development stopped) TinyOS Eclipse Editor Plugin by Rasmus Pedersen [3] , Copenhagen Business School TinyDT TinyOS Plugin for the eclipse platform [4] , Vanderbilt University External links Official website [5] TinyOS Documentation Wiki [6] TinyOS 2.0 Documentation [7] TinyOS Programming [8] by Philip Levis June 28, 2006 TinyOS [9] at the Open Directory Project TinyOS Korea Forum Website [10] TinyOS Contrib [11] Contributed projects
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TinyOS 12 [12] Port of TinyOS to mcs51 (8051) based architectures and CC2430 in particular [12] SensorNetworkMuseum [13] reference data for sensor network platforms TinyOS Technology Exchange (TTX): annual developer meeting ETTX1 [14] 2009, Cork, Ireland TTX5 [15] 2008, Univ. of California, Berkeley TTX4 [16] 2007, M.I.T. TTX3 [17] 2006, Stanford University TTX2 [18] 2005, Univ. of California, Berkeley TTX [19] 2004, Univ. of California, Berkeley TinyOs 2.1.0 Installation [20] Blogfor installation of TinyOS 2.10 in Ubuntu. It provides simple examples for testing the installation and running programs using Avrora Video Presentation Time to Roll , ETTX 2009 Keynote, David Culler, UC Berkeley [21] T2: What the Second Generation Holds , ETTX 2009 Tutorial, Phil Levis, Stanford [22] TinyOS Demonstration References [1] http:/ / www. tinyos. net [2] http:/ / tos-ide. ethz. ch/ wiki/ index. php [3] http:/ / docs. tinyos. net/ tinywiki/ index. php/ NESCDT-_An_editor_for_nesC_in_Eclipse [4] http:/ / tinydt. sourceforge. net/ [5] http:/ / www. tinyos. net/ [6] http:/ / docs. tinyos. net [7] http:/ / www. tinyos. net/ tinyos-2. x/ doc [8] http:/ / csl. stanford. edu/ ~pal/ pubs/ tinyos-programming. pdf [9] http:/ / www. dmoz. org/ Computers/ Software/ Operating_Systems/ Network/ TinyOS/ [10] http:/ / www. tinyos. or. kr [11] http:/ / tinyos. cvs. sourceforge. net/ *checkout*/ tinyos/ tinyos-2. x-contrib/ index. html/ [12] http:/ / www. tinyos8051wg. net/ [13] http:/ / www. btnode. ethz. ch/ Projects/ SensorNetworkMuseum [14] http:/ / sites. google. com/ site/ ettx2009 [15] http:/ / www. eecs. berkeley. edu/ ~culler/ tinyos/ ttx/ [16] http:/ / tinyos. stanford. edu/ ttx/ 2007 [17] http:/ / www. cs. berkeley. edu/ ~culler/ tinyos/ ttx/ 2006 [18] http:/ / www. eecs. berkeley. edu/ ~culler/ tinyos/ ttx/ 2005 [19] http:/ / www. eecs. berkeley. edu/ ~culler/ tinyos/ ttx/ 2004 [20] http:/ / mythicalcomputer. blogspot. com/ 2008/ 08/ installation-of-tinyos-in-ubuntu. html [21] http:/ / vimeo. com/ 3264574 [22] http:/ / vimeo. com/ 3284230
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ZigBee 13 ZigBee ZigBee A ZigBee module International standard IEEE 802.15.4 Developed by ZigBee Alliance [1] Industry Industrial, scientific and medical Physical range 10 to 100 meters (approx) ZigBee
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