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  1. Hello, I am thinking on starting a new project, a web controlled robot!!! I was wondering if anyone has any experience with using an (Arduino)Ethernet shield with the MSP launchpad?? My plan is to build something like this: http://www.lynxmotion.net/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=6343 Or if anyone has any other ideas for easy, cheap web interaction with the launchpad. I don't want to use a wifi shield, because I would like to add video streaming in the future and wifi shields are not very video friendly. Thanks
  2. Hi guys, For my final year project I'm going to be doing some embedded development related to "the internet of things". The specs aren't fully formed yet but it'll be mcu+sensors+wifi+maybe some actuators. At the moment I've been doing some research on components, and was wondering if I could get some of your input? So for wifi connectivity I'm looking at the CC3000 and RN-171, and currently favouring the CC3000. I was wondering if anyone worked with either of these chips, and what they thought about them? My big question involves choosing a microcontroller (ideally a development
  3. Just came across this. http://www.sparkdevices.com/ Arduino compatible (through custom integration of Wiring libraries) Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g 32-bit STM32 72MHz ARM Cortex M3 128KB of Flash memory, 20KB of RAM Texas Instruments SimpleLink CC3000 Wi-Fi chip 2MB of external flash memory Still in development, supposed to come out in Autumn 2013
  4. Hi, I just wrote my first basic energia library that blinks an LED in Morse code, and now that I see how its done I'm looking for a bigger challenge. I want to write a library for the CC3000 Wifi BoosterPack. Check this post for more information: https://github.com/energia/Energia/issues/232 From some of my initial testing, the MSP430 LaunchPad will be hard pressed to meet the memory and power requirements for this BoosterPack so I'm going to use the Stellaris / Tiva LaunchPad as my initial prototype and then hopefully be able to port it over to the MSP430G2 later (supposedly it d
  5. I have been working on a few different projects that could be described as wireless sensor nodes. Just to get something working I decided to hack a retail router to give my MSP430 wireless capabilities. The first step was to install OpenWRT Linux onto the router to make it configurable. After that I mounted the file system onto a flash drive that was using the built in USB port on the router. From there I broke out the convenient 3.3v serial connection and hooked it up to my MSP430. Currently I am working on a full write up that will include compiling OpenWRT from source and detailed step by
  6. Hello everyone!! I'm a 21 years old engineer student from Spain, and I need your help, because I'm going to do a really big proyect (for me)! I need to control a microcontroller from my android smartphone. I think that the 430 Launchpad with a wifi module would be adecuate. I worked with a PIC couple years ago, and i don't know a lot about TI microcontrollers, but they are really cheap, and I need a cheapest project. What wifi module would you recomend for me? I'm searching for, but I can't find much. I read on the wiki that CC3000 is a plug-in wifi
  7. I'm interested in some applications combining a microcontroller and wifi for home automation. My plan is to use an MSP430 with a cc3000 wifi module. I have started some high level functional block diagrams and am interested in any opinions on correctness and suggestions on specific 430 MCUs for the applications. Thanks in advance for any suggestions! Alarm Panel Window Blinds Ceiling Fan Dog Door Garage Door Door Lock Pool Pump Water Heater
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