Range: Indoor/Urban: up to 30m; Outdoor line-of-sight: up to 100m;
Receiver Sensitivity: -95dBm
Data Transmission Rate: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 (bps)
Working Frequency: unlicensed 2.4GHz band
Communication type: Point to Point or Start Network or Mesh Network
OTA support: update node's firmware on-the-air
Easy-to-Use Serial Interface and rich extendable ports
Easy-to-Use AT Command: Setup ZigBee network, Set Serial Baud Rate, etc.
Open source Hardware and Firmware
Programmable 32-bit RISC CPU: 32M clock, 256KB Flash, 32KB RAM, 4KB EEPROM
Socket compatible with the Xbee, so you can plug it into any Xbee socket as a quick replacement.
Microprocessor :JN5168 (32-bit RISC CPU, 32MHz clock speed)
Resources :256kB/32kB/4kB (Flash/RAM/EEPROM)
PCB size :24.5mmx30.5mmx0.8mm
Outline Dimension :24.5mmx30.5mmx9.77mm
Power supply :3.3V
IO counts :12
ADC input :3(2 multiplexing with IO)
Interfaces :UARTx2, SPI, I2C
Program interface :UART+MISO
Connectivity :Socket compatible with XBee
Communication Protocol :Uart(TTL)
Operating Frequency Band :2.4GHz
Stack/Software :RF4CE, JenNet-IP , ZigBee Pro
|Dimensions||40mm x40mm x11mm|
This is Wiki of Mash Bee.
1.You can develop a stand-alone application in AUPS. The user application consists of two arduino-style functions at the top level: setup & loop, which act just like arduino's. 2.NXP provides full-scale development environment, tools and documents. The development environment consists of the SDK toolchain and the ZigBee stack SDK.